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An image of Sophia Santella for Voices @ SVA

Alumni Scholarship Award Winner Combats Pollution With Seaweed-Based Packaging

"Both literally and metaphorically, I am choosing to never turn my back on the power of mother nature."

Sway by Julia Marsh

Alumni Scholarship Award Winner Portrays Growing Up as a Young Woman of Color

"Always remain true to yourself and your ideas"

​Mayoridad (Coming of Age), 2018. Image courtesy of the artist.

Alumni Scholarship Award Winner's Visual Narrative on Life as a Gay Minority

"There is no better time to break who you are into pieces, and then reassemble them into who you are capable of being."

'The Lightness of Being,' a page from Wang's thesis project titled 'Late Bloomer and Other Stories'

Alumni Scholarship Award Winner's Book Explores Courage, Empathy and Creativity

"Don’t be afraid to try something new and fail, you’re still young and one failure doesn’t mean the end of everything."

"Little Plum and The Closet" development art by Lian Cho.

Alumni Scholarship Award Winner's Film About Sacrifice and Secrets

“You have to make your art first and foremost for yourself”

Poster for "The Quiet," a short film by Mateo Márquez
Lily Maslanka. Photo by Tyler Kufs
A graphic by Todd Radom portraying Willie Stargell of the 1979 Pirates in his book ' Winning Ugly'

SVA's Gail Anderson Is Honored With The National Design Awards' Lifetime Achievement Accolade

Cooper Hewitt's annual awards bestows our creative director with its highest honor.

old lady in glasses. observe envision inhale entice
people gathered around a screen

Alumni Scholarship Award Winner Ken Castaneda​​​ Examines Latinx American Identity​ Via Mexican Lucha Libre

"The sport is so performative and high action, and held secrets that ... I always tried to unlock."

A wrestler in a mask and a green shirt is doing sit-ups.

Alumni Scholarship Award Winner Ora Xu Explores Human Struggle Through Surreal Paintings

"I want to visualize the challenges we all face with paintings of ... bizarre fairytale environments."

A dead fix with human-like legs and arms has a string tied to its tail and is lying on top of a pinkish-red background with purple veins drawn throughout.
5 people looking forward
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a man with a clock for a head
a tiger an Asian lady and a flower  notebook
A piece of a circuit board in a frame
An angry cartoon character.

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