SCHOLARSHIPS

 

Scholastic Scholarships

Congratulations to our 2018 scholastic scholarship winners! Mya Concepcion from Conard High School was awarded the 2018 Sandy Chase College Scholarship, and Daisy Li from Hall High School, was awarded the 2018 Louis Pollock Art Scholarhip.

 Mya Concepcion, the 2018 winner, shown with Sandy Chase. 

Mya Concepcion, the 2018 winner, shown with Sandy Chase. 

Sandy Chase College Scholarship: $2,500

Eligibility: Open to all high school seniors in the Greater Hartford region, who plan to major in art in the fall of 2018, at an accredited College or University.  This is a need based scholarship. Financial forms and a portfolio of work are required.  Applications close March 23, 2018.

 Daisy Li, the 2018 winner of the Louis Pollock Scholarship.

Daisy Li, the 2018 winner of the Louis Pollock Scholarship.

Louis Pollock Art Scholarship: $1,500

Eligibility: This scholarship is open to all high school seniors in the Greater Hartford region, planning to major in art, in the fall of 2018. Financial forms and a portfolio of work are required. 
Applications close March 23, 2018. 


Need Based Scholarships

Need based scholarships are available year round on a rolling basis. 

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The Barbara Morley Family Art Scholarships

In an effort to expose more youth to art as a creative outlet, The West Hartford Art League, through a donation from The Barbara Morley Family Foundation, offers scholarships to under-served youth from the greater Hartford region. Scholarships will be granted to youth between the ages of 5 – 18 based on need and income documentation.

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John Ford Childrens Art Scholarship

Scholarships are available for youth art classes from the John Ford Memorial Fund. John Ford was a local artist who taught art at Maine Endwell Jr. High School in Binghamton, NY and at Renbrook School for thirty-six years. John's passion for art influenced his students, some of whom chose art as a career.