As a design student, you’ve surely wrapped up your spring semester. However, your path as a designer is a constant passion.While enjoying your time off, take a few seconds time to submit your recently-finished projects to the 2022 Vectorworks Design Scholarship. By doing so, you’ll have the chance of winning up to $10,000 USD!
Regional winners are chosen from all qualifiedsubmissions. Based on your region, you can win up to $3,000 USD. All regional winners then have a chance to win the $7,000 USD grand prize, the Richard Diehl Award.
Note that submission dates and deadlines vary slightly based on the country and/or region you live in.Click hereto see when we’re accepting submissions for your region.
Have Your Work Judged by Design Professionals and Professors
In addition to a chance of winning an exciting monetary award — which, let’s face it, is always helpful —you’ll also have the unique opportunity to have your design be judged by an impressive panel of design professionals.
The 2022 judges are*:
- Greg Upwall,Studio Upwall Architects
- Claudia Tejada,Claudia Giselle Design
- Pax Chagon,Chagon Architecture
- Anthony Caldwell,UCLA
- Stephen Schrader,Renta Urban Land Design
- Kevin Crist,Intrinsic Landscaping
- Brian Barry,Intrinsic Landscaping
- Stephen Jones,California State University - Sacremento
- Anne Militello,Vortex Lighting, inc.
- Jeff Ravitz,Intensity Advisors
- Ann-Marie Powell,Ann-Marie Powell Gardens
- David Chadwick,CAD User and Construction Computing Magazine
- David Farley,David Farley Design
- Mark Doubleday,Mark Doubleday Lighting Design
- Sophie Entwisle, Pegasus Group
- Victoria Farrow,Birmingham City, School of Architecture and Design
*More information on judges by country is available on the website.
Vectorworks — For Students and Professionals Alike
In addition to submitting your design this summer, you could also spend some time getting to know Vectorworks software.
For example, Jacob VanVlymen, a production designer, discovered Vectorworks his junior year of high school. In his spare time, he downloaded the free academic version of the software and devoted time to learning the ropes. Through viewingYouTube tutorials, scouring theVectorworks Forum, and talking over the phone with the Vectorworks support team, VanVlymen made the most of the software and resources available to him.
Although a noted self-starter, VanVlymen wasn’t the first in his family to pursue a career in lighting design. He admits, “design runs in the family,” and he was inspired by his grandfather, whose scenic design portfolio includes high-profile names like ABC Studios and the Metropolitan Opera. Harnessing that familial thread of design savvy, VanVlymen immersed himself into the world of production design.
Now a full-time professional, VanVlymen’s knowledge of Vectorworks has given him and his team the ability to plan out large-scale events with precision and accuracy. “I can design, I can piece things together, I can understand the room and where we’re going to rig,” he said. “All of that goes through my head because I’ve drafted on Vectorworks.”
Vectorworks software is for anyone who wants to create imaginative designs.
Submit Your Design Today
Be sure to enjoy your summer break. But before you go and enjoy the end of the semester, click the button below to submit your design.
Good luck and enjoy your break😎!