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WCAC ART SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

The Arts Council will award following art scholarships during the 2016 - 2017 school year, to qualified students interested in pursuing academic careers in the arts:
 - one scholarship of $1,000.00 in memory of Janet R.S. Paper
 - one scholarship of $1,500 in memory of James Falcon
 - additional scholarships of $1000 each

This is a merit scholarship and award decisions are based on evaluation of talent, dedication and potential, not financial need. Graduating seniors, who will major in the visual, performing, music or media arts, are encouraged to apply. Scholarships are also available to college art majors wishing to continue their education in the arts. Applicants are judged on their visual, dramatic, writing, or musical presentations in the form of DVD, CD, or power point recordings.

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION DEADLINE: MARCH 15, 2017.

2016 - 2017 APPLICATION IS NOW OPEN. PLEASE DOWNLOAD AND PRINT FORMS LISTED BELOW.
ALL SCHOLARSHIP FORMS HAVE BEEN REVISED AS OF OCTOBER 2016.

ART SCHOLARSHIP GUIDELINES

ART SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION


The Worcester County Arts Council's scholarship program is designed to identify, recognize and encourage talented students who demonstrate excellence in Dance, Music, Theater, Visual Arts and Creative Writing.

Last year, four talented Worcester County students have been each awarded art scholarship from the Worcester County Arts Council in support of their artistic goals.
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Emily Cook and Elle Bargar, both graduating Stephen Decatur High School seniors, and Fiona O’Brien - an art major student at Radford University as well as previous recipient of Art Scholarship from the Arts Council, have been each awarded a $1,000.

A $2,000 Scholarship award for Taylor Zarif, Worcester Preparatory School senior, was made possible by a generous contribution provided by John Sisson and his Family in memory of John Carroll Sisson III.
The Arts Council is very appreciative for their continuous support of our Art Scholarship program!

Pictured from left to right: Emily Cook, Elle Bargar, Taylor Zarif, and Fiona O’Brien who were present at the award recognition held during the Annual meeting.

Read our Scholarship Success Story on previous recipient of the scholarship award, GRACE TOULOTTE.

photoThank you note from Brianna Goddard, 2015 Scholarship Recipient. photophoto