TypeParis 2019 TypeCon Scholarship Application

TypeCon and SOTA are proud to announce a new scholarship program to TypeParis19 — an incredible five-week typographic intensive in Paris, France.

This summer, one selected female applicant will join fourteen fellow students in the heart of the city for 340 hours of immersive education in type design, lettering, and calligraphy – on us! This year’s intensive will take place from June 10th to July 13th, 2019.

TypeParis19 instructors include Xavier Dupré, Jean François Porchez, Mathieu Réguer, Marc Rouault, and Julie Soudanne. In addition to classroom time, students will have opportunities to participate in field research trips and special sessions, listen in to weekly guest presentations, and seek critique from a variety of international experts.

This scholarship award covers tuition costs for TypeParis19, a €4600 value. (Travel, lodging, and meals are the responsibility of the recipient.)

How do I apply?

You must be a female graphic designer, typographer, web designer, educator, or recent design graduate between the ages of 18 and 32, currently residing outside of the United States, Canada, or the EU, who would like to develop her typographic skills in one of the most beautiful cities on Earth.

The recipient will be asked to summarize their experience and share photographs, recollections, and stories in a series of three blog posts to be published on the TypeCon website, after the intensive has concluded.

Scholarship applications should be submitted via email and are due by Sunday, March 3rd, 2019, 11:59 pm PST.

The recipient will be announced on March 8th, 2019 on the TypeCon website.

What do I need to submit?

Prepare a single A4-sized PDF named “yournamefamilynametypeparis19” that is no larger than 10MB.

Your PDF should include the following:

  • Portfolio: Up to twelve graphic/typographic design projects (one per page). These projects should demonstrate your proficiency in graphic design, typography, and lettering, as well as your knowledge of Béziers curves. (You do not need to be an expert, but you should have a basic understanding of Béziers to apply.) If a project involves multiple people, please state your role.
  • Curriculum résumé: A single-page résumé detailing your creative background, any specific courses or workshops you have previously undertaken, proficiency in software applications including Adobe Illustrator, and your experience in traditional techniques or skills (calligraphy, lettering, etc.) if any.
  • Contact information: A single-page that includes your full name, email address, telephone number, home address, and country of residency, birth date, and a scan or photocopy of a current ID card validating your age and country of residency.

When you’ve compiled your PDF, email email hidden with your first and last name, as well as the words “2019 Application” in your subject line.

Want to learn more?

Read testimonials and tips on the TypeParis19 website.

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