May 8, 2019
FFANY believes education has the power to strengthen and transform the footwear industry. Toward that end, we announce Sean Stockton as the winner of the 2019 Joseph C. Moore Scholarship to attend the prestigious ARSUTORIA School in Italy. A student at The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), Sean is heading to Milan for 13 weeks where he will learn shoe pattern making and prototyping – an award valued at $17,500!
Congratulations also to 2nd place winner India Cohen, a student from the Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD) and this year’s 3rd place winner Griffin Hunt also ofSavannah College of Art & Design. They both have won a 5-day ARSUTORIA “Art of Shoemaking” course in NYC and E-learning training, valued at $3,100.
A very special thank you to the renowned judging committee and their generous donation of expertise and time:
“The Joseph C. Moore Footwear Scholarship is a remarkable way FFANY supports and helps to shape the future members of the footwear industry,” said Keith Brown, President Private Label Brands at Camuto Group. “I am proud to be on the judging committee and look forward to continuing to support this education effort.”
The winners were recognized at the June 5th industry event at Bryant Park Grill.
Looking to gain knowledge and skills in the world of shoemaking? FFANY is proud to partner with the experts at Arsutoria School to bring the 5-day course “The Art of Shoemaking” to Los Angeles from March 12-16. A big thank you to the Two Ten Footwear Foundation, who is offering a full scholarship ($2,500 value) to footwear industry employees looking to advance their careers through education – learn more.