Graphic Arts Scholarships
Here are some of the Graphic Arts scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.
Eligibility Criteria:•Must be of Hispanic background•Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident residing in the United States or Puerto Rico•Must be studying at an accredited university in the U.S. or Puerto Rico for the upcoming academic year•Must be (or plan to be) enrolled full-time as an undergraduate or graduate student for the upcoming academic year•Must have earned and maintain a cumulative Grade Point Average of no less than 3.0 on a 4.0 scale•Must demonstrate financial need•Must be studying a major that falls under the STEM Majors Application
For young men and women studying interior, fashion, or graphic design.
For candidates intending studies that involve visual arts and design.
The ET Foundation International Aluminum Extrusion Student Design Competition, sponsored by Hydro Aluminum, is open to U.S. and international high school, college, university or technical school students who have knowledge of architectural, product, structural and/or industrial design, engineering, and CAD design.To enter the contest, you must submit a design that demonstrates the manufacturing, design, and material advantages of extruded aluminum. Scholarships will be presented to the first place ($3,000), second place ($2,000) and third place ($1,000) entries. A separate scholarship for the Hydro Sustainable Design ($2,500) will be presented to the entry that also addresses environmental and/or societal concerns with their design.Student Eligibility and Requirements1. Entrants for the Student Design Competition must currently be enrolled in a 2-year, 4-year, trade, or technical school to be eligible to participate. High school students and first- and second-year college graduate students are also eligible.2. Submit an Official Entry Form for each design complete with all information requested, including the school's name, student's permanent address, phone, and e-mail address, and faculty advisor information.Note: Please include an appropriate, descriptive design name as it will be used to identify the entry.3. Submit student design on one or more presentation boards labeled with student name, school, and design entry name on the back of the board, or you may attach a copy of your completed entry form to the back of the board. Submissions on CD-ROM are acceptable and encouraged, however a printed copy of the entry form must accompany the submission.4. Entries must be received by the ET Foundation at the address noted on the entry form no later than February 15.
IFEC scholarships are intended to assist students pursuing careers as writers, editors, public relations and marketing communication practitioners and closely related areas within the foodservice industry. EligibilityTo be considered eligible for an award, a student must be currently enrolled and in good standing in a post-secondary, degree-granting educational institution in the U.S. and have an expected graduation date that is after December 31, 2011.The student must show evidence of training, skill and interest in both foodservice and the communication arts. The combination of studies and/or work experience in both the foodservice field and the communication arts is necessary. Applicants should have a strong academic record, good character references and demonstrate financial need. Majors considered applicable in the foodservice area include culinary arts, hotel, restaurant and institutional management, hospitality management, dietetics, nutrition, food science and technology, and related studies. Applicable majors in the communication area include journalism, public relations, mass communication, English, broadcast journalism, marketing, photography, graphic arts, and related studies.
About the Anthony Quinn Scholarship Program
Organized as a vehicle to perpetuate Anthony Quinn’s vision for an art conscious society, the Anthony Quinn Foundation Scholarship Program raises and distributes funds for arts education. The Scholarship Program focuses on the Visual Arts & Design, Performing Arts, Media Arts, and Literary Arts for young adults in high school. Scholarship recipients can apply Foundation funds to any recognized pre-college, summer or after-school arts education program. Funds awarded will be sent directly to the pre-college, summer or after-school arts education program designated by the student. The Anthony Quinn Foundation Scholarship cannot be used for secondary school or college tuition.
The Scholarship Program is for young adults in high school who demonstrate exceptional talent and dedication with a strong commitment to personal artistic growth and who will benefit verifiably from financial support. The Foundation makes an effort to distribute the funds evenly across the fields of focus: Visual Arts & Design, Performing Arts, Media Arts, and Literary Arts.
Scholarships are awarded competitively. Applications will be reviewed by a panel of judges in order to select scholarship recipients. Judges are practicing artists, arts educators, and experts in the various fields of focus, completely independent from the Foundation’s Board/staff, and geographically dispersed throughout the United States.
Additional information may be sought directly from the applicant.
How to apply for funding
The Anthony Quinn Scholarship Program and is for young adults in high school for use towards a recognized pre-college, summer or after-school arts education program which emphasizes study in the following areas:
Visual Arts & Design
Scholarships range from $1,000 to $3,000. The applicant and the nominator (a teacher, advisor, or other adult outside the applicant’s family) will work on the application together and will provide by the deadline a completed Application Form. To nominate a student, please fill out an Application Form.
The Frederic Whitaker and Eileen Monaghan Whitaker Foundation (The Whitaker Foundation) is proud announce the Fall 2018 round of its nationwide Art Scholarship Program, The Whitaker Foundation Scholarship Fund. The Foundation intends to support art students with a special emphasis on watercolor and museum studies/art history and to help them meet the diverse needs of today's professional art and museum world. Through the application process facilitated by The Whitaker Foundation, students are required to gain knowledge of the Whitakers' works through their submitted essays or watercolor paintings. Once the students' works/essays are evaluated, winners will be selected, and the scholarships will be awarded for Fall semester of 2018.
3 Scholarships are being offered:
· Two (2) $2,000 Bachelor of Fine Art scholarships (or BA majoring in Art/Art History)
· One (1) $2,000 Bachelor of Museum Studies scholarships (or BA with Museum Major/Art History)
1. Must be an undergraduate student at a national accredited degree granting institution working
towards a Bachelors degree in Fine Art, Art History, or Museum Studies
2. Must be a student in good academic standing with a minimum 3.0 GPA
3. Must be an American Citizen (with an American passport) or a legal resident (with a green card) of the United States. Scholarship winners will be asked to submit their social security numbers.
4. Must be 18 years or older at the time of entry.
APPLICANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT AN OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT SHOULD THEY BE SELECTED FOR THE SCHOLARSHIP.
ALL BACHELOR OF FINE ART APPLICANTS MUST SUBMIT IMAGES OF TWO ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR PAINTINGS. ALL WATERCOLOR PAINTINGS MUST BE PAINTED AFTER JANUARY 1ST 2017.
ALL ART HISTORY AND ALL MUSEUM STUDIES APPLICANTS MUST SUBMIT AN ESSAY.
The Arts Scholarship Fund, founded in 1999, awards scholarships to high school students who demonstrate an interest in pursuing an education and/or career in any of the various fields of the arts including the performance of music, drama, dance, and the creativity of visual art such as fine art and graphic design. Award Amount: $1,000 Max. Projected # of Awards: 1 - 2
Established by Shannon Bradford to provide scholarships to students pursuing further education in art studies.
Each participating high school selects its top candidate and two runners-up for the first 1,000 students enrolled. A second school candidates may be submitted for schools with more than 1,000 enrolled. The artwork of your school's top candidate(s) will be submitted to a national screening committee that will select the top 100 entries. The top 100 entrants will be given National Certificates of Excellence. A panel of art educators, museum and gallery directors, and technologists will then review the top 100 entries. This panel will name the top 25 Distinguished Finalists, each of whom will receive a $1,000 scholarship, a medallion, a trophy for their school, and a trip with a parent, guardian, or school representative to Minneapolis/St. Paul, April 18-19, for national recongition events. At the national recognition events, a panel of prominent artists, representatives from major media, academic and technology will select the top five entries. The top five students each receive an additional $2,500, and their school's art department will receive a gift from Imation.
In the spirit of Savvy's guiding principles, we are proud to announce the Savvy Apps Scholarship.
We are making a $1,000 scholarship available to the applicant that can best demonstrate our guiding principles by providing written examples of how they exemplify each of the guiding principles in their daily lives.
The scholarship is open to all graduating high school seniors through college sophomores pursuing a degree in design or development at an accredited university in the United States with a passion for creating apps.
For those intending to major in American Sign Language Interpreting, Communication, Graphic Arts or Graphic Design, Performing Arts or Theatre, Studio Art, or Equestrian Science. Awards vary and are based on departmental evaluations. Additional criteria required.
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