Results for the 'Art' Category
Scholarship: 2012 LegiSchool Visual Arts Contest
Scholarship Amount: 1st - $150 (1); Runners up - $100 (4)
Eligibility: California high school student currently enrolled in grades 9-12. Visual art submission required.
Additional Information: All visual arts submissions must adhere to the following criteria:
1. Artwork must an original 11 x 14 piece, flat and suitable for hanging. Artwork can be matted (not to exceed 11x14 and 1/4 inch thick) and must be unframed.
2. Any type of mixed media (paint, sketch, pastel, watercolor, etc.) or computer generated graphic designs are permissible. Computer generated works must be printed on print quality paper. No electronic files will be accepted. No photographs will be accepted.
3. Artwork must include the words “California State Park(s)” in the piece.
4. A completed submission form* must accompany each entry. Students are limited to one entry per person.
|October 26, 2012|
Scholarship: Young Arts’ Award Program
Scholarship Amount: Awards up to $10,000
Eligibility: • Grades 10 – 12
• Gives national recognition of artistic excellence to students, teachers, and schools
Application Deadline: 10/19/12
Additional Information: • Talented students in grades 10 – 12 who are passionate about:
• Cinematic arts, dance, jazz, music, photography, theater, visual arts, voice, writing
• Provides winners with an all-expense paid week-long learning and performance/exhibition intensive in Miami, FL, working with world-renowned artists.
|October 19, 2012|
Scholarship: UC Berkeley Incentive Awards Program
Scholarship Amount: $8000 a year for four years
Eligibility: The Incentive Awards Program provides up to $32,000 in scholarship funds over eight semesters, and student support services to low-income students and first generation college students who have demonstrated leadership potential, high academics, and a commitment to serve others.
IAP reaches out to first-generation college students who have overcome great socioeconomic disadvantages through its partnerships with 49 Northern California high schools, and 22 Los Angeles high schools through its Pre-Collegiate Academy.
Founded on the UC Berkeley campus in 1991, the program is now the largest privately funded scholarship and leadership development program in the UC systems.
IAP Eligibility Criteria
* Junior in attendance at an IAP partner high school during Junior and Senior years.
* Minimum 3.5 unweighted UC GPA.
* Meet financial eligibility guidelines.
* Meet minimum UC admission requirements and apply to UC Berkeley.
* Must be a US citizen, resident, or eligible non-citizen at time of application.
* Demonstration of strong leadership at home, the community or at school, and commitment to community service.
Application Deadline: May 1, 2011
Additional Information: Oakland Tech nominates five candidates. See Ms. Purbaugh in the Counseling Office for more details.
Scholarship: Scholarship for the Arts
Sponsor/Organization: Beach Blanket Babylon and Steve Silver Foundation
Scholarship Amount: Three $10,000 scholarships
o All applicants must be legal residents of the United States or one of its official territories.
o Students must be seniors enrolled at a Bay Area High School or home schooled (within 100 miles of Club Fugazi in San Francisco).
o Students must include a completed entry form along with a recording of their performance.
o Scholarships are awarded based on talent. Grades and financial needs are not factors.
o Scholarship awards are contingent upon proof of enrollment at an accredited post-secondary institution. If you are chosen as a winner, you must agree to attend an accredited post-secondary institution within a year of receiving the scholarship award.
o Application must include signature verification that information provided is accurate and that the scholarship award will be applied toward the cost of the education at a fully accredited institution.
Application Deadline: April 27, 2012
Scholarship: Evelyn Keedy Memorial Scholarship
Sponsor/Organization: Evelyn Keedy & The Art Institutes
Scholarship Amount: $30,000 tuition scholarship is awarded each year to a worthy high school senior who has enrolled at one of the eligible Art Institutes locations, including The Art Institute of Houston—North.
Eligibility: An applicant must be a senior at a high school located within the United States. An offer not accepted by the deadline date will be rescinded and offered to the first runner-up.
Application Deadline: May 1, 2010
Scholarship: The Art Institutes' Passion for Fashion Competition
Sponsor/Organization: The Art Institute
Scholarship Amount: Two grand prize winners will have the opportunity to earn a full tuition scholarship to study fashion at an Art Institutes school, as well as tour Seventeen magazine’s offices, have lunch with a style pro, indulge in a $500 shopping spree, attend New York City Fashion Week — and blog about the experience on Seventeen.com.
Eligibility: The Art Institutes Passion For Fashion Competition (“Competition”) is open to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and Canada (excluding residents of Quebec) who are full or part-time high school seniors/grade 12 students scheduled to graduate in 2010 with a minimum 2.0 cumulative grade point average or the equivalent thereof (based on either a 4.0 scale or 5.0 scale) as of date of entry and prize award. An eligible minor should have his/her parent’s or legal guardian’s permission to enter. Submit a completed Entry & Release Form, to your choice of one of The Art Institutes schools listed herein that offers a Fashion program. This school will be the location you represent, should you progress in the Competition, and plan to attend following the end of the Competition. You may only enter the Competition at one Art Institutes school. You must fulfill all individual fashion program admission requirements of The Art Institutes school at which you enter the Competition.
Application Deadline: November 19, 2010
|November 19, 2010|
Scholarship: David Curtis Stringer Memorial Scholarship
Sponsor/Organization: Stringer Family
Scholarship Amount: $500
Eligibility: Applicant must be planning on attending a college or trade school majoring in Fine Arts (traditional, graphic, media etc...) or music. Must attend school in Northern California, be at least a sophomore in high school and hold a GPA of 2.0 or better. Art work must be submitted with application. Art work can not measure larger than 11 by 14 or 18 inches tall if sculpture and can be of any type of material. Art work will not be returned and may be auctioned out in a scholarship fund raiser during scholarship ceremony with your permission or put on display by Ed's Place for public and judges review. Those applying under music shall submit a short CD or video with music sample. By submitting this application you acknowledge that you understand these conditions and understand that CD's, and DVD's and artwork can not be returned.
Application Deadline: March 1, 2012
Scholarship: ACT Poster Concept Contest
Sponsor/Organization: ACT, Inc.
Scholarship Amount: 1st place - $5,000 nonrenewable scholarship to his or her college of choice; 2nd place - $2,500; 3rd place - $1,000.
Eligibility: The Contest is open to high school students who are residents of any one of the 50 United States and who are eligible and applying for 2010 or 2011 admission to a two-year or four-year college in the United States.
Application Deadline: January 28, 2012
|January 28, 2012|