Tokyo Midtown Design Hub 75th Exhibition
JAGDA Student Grand Prix 2018

The JAGDA Student Grand Prix is a nationwide poster design competition for students at high-school level or above. The Japan Graphic Designers Association calls for poster works on a different theme each year. Outstanding works are selected and awarded in a screening by seven JAGDA member designers. This year’s theme was “hand.”
The exhibition presents 144 pieces that were selected and awarded, including the Grand Prix work, under one roof. By all means observe the expressiveness of the next-generation responsible for the future of Japan’s graphic design.

Tokyo Midtown Design Hub 75th Exhibition: JAGDA Student Grand Prix 2018

[Exhibition Outline]
Venue: Tokyo Midtown Design Hub
Dates: Friday 26 September – Sunday 14 October 2018
Open daily 11am–7pm, Admission Free
Organized by Tokyo Midtown Design Hub
Produced by Japan Graphic Designers Association Inc. (JAGDA)

[Award Ceremony & Opening Reception]
Date and Time: Friday, 28 September, 6:30pm–8pm

[Competition Outline]
Eligibility: students of high schools, colleges, universities and graduate schools in Japan as of 2018 (students graduating in March 2018 included)
Submission: B1 posters (1,030mm×728mm, vertical only)
Theme: Hand
Juries: Kenya Hara (chair), Koji Iyama, Yuri Uenishi, Ken Okamuro, Yoshihisa Tanaka, Masayuki Terashima, Naoko Fukuoka
Entries: 1,527 works (including series)
Visit JAGDA website for further details (Japanese only)