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Competitions, Scholarships & Grants
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Scholarships & Grants | Special Opportunities | Cultural Opportunites
Page Updated: March 3 , 2014

Competitions

There are no Competition announcements at this time. Please check back soon.

Scholarships and Grants

2014 SCHOOL ART LEAGUE STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS
Application Deadline: Friday, April 4, 2014
Award Ceremony:
Friday, June 6, 2014, 3:00 - 5:00 pm at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Since 1909, the mission of The School Art League is to support art education and career development and to provide recognition and encouragement for student artists. The New York City Department of Education and the trustees of The School Art League have joined together to provide the following visual arts scholarships and financial awards for graduating seniors:

School Art League/Pratt Institute/Marcia Friedmutter Scholarship, (min. $10,000)

School Art League/School of Visual Arts/Henry Wolf Scholarship, (min. $10,000)

Jane Curliano Mazzella/Fashion Institute of Technology Scholarship (min. $10,000)

School Art League/Art Education/Renee Darvin Award ($1,000)

Art Directors Club Award ($1,000)

Johnie Bennings-Norman-Jones Award ($1,000)

Scholarship and award winners will be selected through a city-wide competition and honored at a ceremony to be held at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on Friday, June 6, 2014.

Click here for the memorandum, application and instructions.


Please contact Edward Morgano at emorgan3@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.


2014 ROTHKO AND DEDALUS FOUNDATION ART SCHOLARSHIPS FOR GRADUATING HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS

Submission Deadline:
Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Graduating high school seniors are invited to apply for the following three prestigious scholarships
 
- The Mark Rothko Scholarship in Memory of Gustave Harrow for Excellence in Art
- The Dedalus Foundation Scholarships in Fine Arts
- The Dedalus Foundation Scholarships in Art History
 
Click here for the Rothko scholarship memo, guidelines and submission forms.

Click here for the Dedalus scholarship memo, guidelines and submission forms.

Portfolios and Art History Research Papers are to be delivered to MoMA on Tuesday, April 8, 2014.
 
If you have any questions, plealse contact Karen Rosner at krosner@schools.nyc.gov or 212.356.8569.  


2014 SCHOOL ART LEAGUE Medals
Submission Deadline: Friday, May 2, 2014
Award Ceremony:
Friday, June 6, 2014, 3:00 - 5:00 pm at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The awarding of School Art League medals to high school students for excellence in visual arts has been a tradition since 1909. The Department of Education of the City of New York and the trustees of The School Art League join together in this endeavor. Every high school is eligible to select the three outstanding young artists to receive one medal each, based solely on school’s selection.  

The medals are:

Alexander Medal
Awarded to a graduating senior who has completed a visual arts program with distinction

St. Gaudens Medal
Awarded to a graduating senior who has completed an art program with excellence in drawing

Haney Medal
Awarded to a ninth or tenth grade student who has shown the most growth and potential in the field of visual arts

Medal recipients selected by each school will be honored at a ceremony to be held at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on Friday, June 6, 2014.

Click here
to download the School Art League Medals Memorandum.

Please contact Edward Morgano at emorgan3@schools.nyc.gov with any questions.

Special opportunities

Saturday Art Career Workshops for High School Juniors
Application Deadline: Friday, April 11, 2014

The Saturday Art Career Workshops for High School Juniors is a collaboration between The School Art League, The Art Directors Club and the New York City Department of Education. The program brings together New York City art students with design professionals who conduct workshops and share their expertise and career experiences.

This is an extraordinary opportunity for students to:
-Study with professionals in the field of Graphic and Advertising Design
-Develop “portfolio ready” artwork
-Learn about careers in the visual arts
-Participate in a FREE program with other New York City visual arts students
-Work for five Saturdays at the Art Directors Club in the center of Manhattan

Enrollment is limited to 50 high school juniors. Priority will be given to schools and students that can guarantee participation and attendance.

Click here to download the Saturday Art Career Workshops memo and application guidelines.

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