Jean Kawecki Memorial Scholarship

$1,000

May 10, 2020

Awards Available: 1

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  • Scholarship Description
  • From its inception, Studio Montclair has believed in the value of professional development and has encouraged emerging artists by offering workshops, seminars, panel discussions and exhibitions. We are pleased to further this tradition with the Jean Kawecki Memorial Scholarship, to be given to an individual pursuing or furthering a career in the arts who has been accepted into an accredited art institution or college. This $1,000 scholarship honors Jean Kawecki, a renowned sculptor and founding member of Studio Montclair. This scholarship is made possible through our partnership with the Kawecki family and friends and Broadfoot & Broadfoot Gallery.

    In order to qualify for this scholarship applicants must be residents of NJ. Applicants may be any age but must have graduated from high school. The applicants must include a narrative essay (up to 300 words) explaining their financial need or hardship relating to their artistic work. They are also required to submit ten to fifteen images of original artwork created in the past four years. Applicants must show proof of acceptance to an accredited arts institution or college. The applicant’s choice of study can encompass any area of art, including fine arts, graphic design, fashion, photography, animation, etc. Applicants must complete submissions and supporting documentation via the Studio Montclair website using the EntryThingy submission program. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 127 Bloomfield Ave
  • Montclair, NJ 07042
  • susanna@studiomontclair.org
  • 862-500-1447

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