Anthony Quinn Foundation offers scholarships for high school students interested in the arts
The first deadline is November 28
The Anthony Quinn Foundation offers scholarships for high school students who wish to attend a pre-college, or summer intensive arts education program. Students from around the world are invited to apply, and must be enrolled in high school or officially registered as a home-schooled high school student. Applications are reviewed by a panel of judges, made up of all professional artists or art educators and independent of the Foundation’s Board of Directors.
Maximum scholarship award is $2,500. Partial funding from other sources is encouraged. Based on the requested amount and overall cost of the recognized pre-college or intensive summer arts program, the Anthony Quinn Foundation may award only partial funding.
The application is a two-step process. A parent/guardian form, a nomination letter and a recommendation letter are due by Nov. 28. The completed application, artistic statement and work samples are due Jan. 4. All applicants must provide the required materials by the first deadline in order to move to the second deadline.
Winners will be notified no later than April 10, 2017.
Complete guidelines and application instructions are online.
Related: Two S.C students receive Anthony Quinn Foundation scholarships (2015).
Via: Anthony Quinn Foundation