Students honoured at IAPHC’s 2018 Annual Awards Dinner in Toronto

Bill Kidd.
IAPHC President Bill Kidd.

The International and Toronto Club of Printing House Craftsmen’s (IAPHC) Annual Awards night took place Wednesday evening, April 11 at the elegant Duncan House of Fine Dining in Toronto. The event in its 43rd year, was hosted by Bill Kidd, President of the Toronto Club of Printing House Craftsmen.

The evening, as always, featured a sumptuous menu as visitors made new friends and said hello to old acquaintances. But it was the numerous, well-deserved scholarship awards won by students in several categories during 2017 that were the highlights of the evening.

We congratulate all the winners and the IAPHC under Bill’s leadership for its efforts, Master of Ceremonies Ralph Pike, as well as the teachers, professors and parents who’ve inspired students in studying printing and graphic communications. Here are the winners”

Aaron Inocencio.
Aaron Jake Inocencio.
Stefany Bakelaar (left) and Calla Simpson.
Stefany Bakelaar (left) and Calla Simpson.

Toronto Craftsmen Student Chai Tse Awards

Ivory Garlock, Centennial College, The Centre for Creative Communication

George Papadopol, Central Technical Secondary School

Stefany Bakelaar, George Brown College School of Design (Shared)

Calla Simpson, George Brown College School of Design (Shared)

Tanja Schnell, Georgian College Design and Visual Arts

Seth Gordon, Graydon Memorial Secondary School Aaron

Aaron Inocencio, Humber College Graphic Design Program

Carman Fan, Ryerson University School of Graphic Management

Michael Membreno, Seneca College School of Creative Arts and Animation

 

Cherina Entena.
Cherina Entena.

Graphic Challenge Awards

Post Secondary Schools

Cherina Entena, Seneca College School of Creative Arts and Animation

Michelle Paquot, Humber College Graphic Design Program (Runner-up)

Secondary Schools

Stephan Giczey, Central Technical Secondary School

Vianna Chow, Gordon Graydon Memorial Secondary School (Runner-up)

Tianqing (Toby) Li Gordon, Graydon Memorial Secondary School (Runne

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.