Let’s send some congratulations out to Caleb Heisey ’11, who was recently notified that he is the recipient of this year's Brian Brown Scholarship Award from the Art Directors Club of Metropolitan Washington. Here’s some information about the scholarship form the ADCMW website:
The Brian Brown Scholarship is awarded annually by the Art Directors Club of Metropolitan Washington to a student or students who exhibit a high level of quality in their work. Any full-time freshman, sophomore, or junior in an accredited Visual Communications program (Graphic Design, Illustration, or Photography) is eligible. You must also enter the Real Show. As the Brian Brown Scholarship award is applied against your undergraduate tuition fees, graduating seniors are not eligible. To apply, simply participate in the Real Show. The ADCMW Education Committee will review the entries and request a portfolio of work from those students who deserve further consideration. The final decision on the scholarship winner or winners will be made on the basis of the portfolio review.
Congratulations to Caleb, who is spending his summer working as a designer in the Susquehanna Office of Communications, and as a design intern at the Office of Print and Publications at Bucknell University. Caleb is also developing a website for English and Creative Writing Assistant Professor Glen Reteif. That’s a busy summer!