Scholarships, Fellowships, and Grants Information in the following listings has been taken from public record sources such as newspapers, newsletters, and Internet websites, in addition to listings submitted directly to HCS. Readers interested in more information or in applying for any of these scholarships should contact the organizations offering the awards for current forms and to ensure that they meet the eligibility criteria. Information for most entries is now dated May Deadlines, awards, and application criteria may change without any notice.
The Scholastic Art Awards offers early recognition of creative teenagers by local and national professionals in the arts and exhibition opportunities for regional and national audiences; and scholarships for graduating seniors who present portfolios of art.
Young artists residing in Wisconsin who: The process begins with students submitting creative works of art to the Wisconsin Regional Affiliate program through an art teacher or other primary teacher if their school does not have an art teacher.
Supported by their teachers and other community mentors, students create and submit their best works in any of the following sixteen visual arts categories: Requests for entry materials to the Scholastic Art Awards — Wisconsin Exhibition may be made starting in late September.
Art work submissions are due in late December, so request entry materials before December to complete your submission by the deadline. See selections from previous Scholastic Art Awards — Wisconsin exhibitions: Congratulations to the following students on being recognized by WAEA: Both artists will receive a check for International students should click the links at the bottom of the page for international art and writing guidelines.
a U.S. territory, or a U.S. school abroad may submit work to The Awards.
Foreign exchange students who are temporarily residing in the U.S. may also participate if they are attending an American school.
The Hollywood Reporter is your source for breaking news about Hollywood and entertainment, including movies, TV, reviews and industry blogs. Doug Wright Awards (March 12th) 17 Photos Doug Wright Awards (, mb) Brad Mackay did the opening and Dustin Harbin hosted the ceremony. There was a word from the family of Doug Wright, Don McKeller, Marc Ngui and Bo Doodley also spoke at the ceremony. The Scholastic Writing Awards are now open. The Missouri region anticipates more than 1, entries from students in grades With eleven categories—from flash fiction to critical essay—students can submit writing in the genre of choice.
International. Students in grades 7–12 in the U.S. and its territories, as well as American schools abroad, are invited to submit creative and original work in any of the Awards’ 29 art and writing categories, including architecture, painting, flash fiction, poetry, printmaking and video game design.
WAEA is proud to announce the two student winners of the WAEA Sponsored Scholastic Art and Writing Awards! To align with the Wisconsin Art Education Association mission to promote excellence in visual art and design education for all students by showcasing student’s talents and abilities.
TB to the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards [Celebration, in NYC]. Little year-old me won a Silver Medal for Novel Writing. Such a gratifying and uplifting experience—I highly encourage any teen creatives to submit!Account Status: Verified. NYC Scholastic Awards Regional Exhibition Opening Reception View images from the opening reception for the NYC Scholastic Awards Regional Exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art The New York City Scholastic Art & Writing Awards 5/5(2).
The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards were founded in , and have become the nation's largest and longest running program of its kind. Regional Scholastic Sponsors: City of Everett Cultural Arts Commission Everett Public Schools Melby, Cameron & Anderson Stanwood-Camano Arts Guild. Click here to view the complete list of award .