Each spring the library hosts a Juried Student Artists' Book Competition and Artist's Book Symposium. SCAD students from any location may enter up to three artists' books that were made within one year of the competition deadline. An outside juror selects three award winning books and may award honorable mentions as well as selecting entries to put on display in the Student Artist's Book Exhibit. Award winning books are purchased by the library and entered into the Artist's Book Collection.
The symposium is dedicated to the discussion and study of artists' books and typically includes several speakers, a free workshop for SCAD students, a reception, and a chance to handle all of the artists' books from the competition in a 'petting zoo' and viewer's choice voting opportunity.
First Place | Hannah Kraus | Three Names | Photography
Second Place | Jennie Watts | Dog Girl | Printmaking
Third Place | Carman Anderson | Harmony | Sequential
First place: Three Names | Hannah Kraus | Grad, Photography, ATL
Second place: Dog Girl | Jennie Waits | Senior, Printmaking, ATL
Third place: Harmony | Anderson Carman | Senior, Sequential Art, ATL
Librarian’s choice: Eclipsed | Julisiah Toney | Senior, Photography, ATL
Librarian’s choice: Sunday in the Park | Soo Kim | Sophomore, Painting, ATL
Class project award: Professor Thomas Burns’ Illustration class – Nesting Dolls
Class project first place: Hungry Bunch | Erika Torres | Grad, Illustration, ATL
Honorable mention: The Bicycle | Amalia Restrepo | Grad, Illustration, SAV
Honorable mention: Wanderers | Peter Pelfrey | Sophomore, Graphic Design, ATL
Honorable mention: Lost Connection | Anderson Carman | Senior, Sequential Art, ATL
Honorable mention: Hangnail | Kevin Patterson | Sophomore, Television Production, ATL
Books with Text: Original Content
Books with Text: Sourced Content
Students who had award winning books in 2011.
Make your own instant book! Just print the PDFs double sided and follow the cut and fold directions.