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Greater St. Louis Art Association Scholarship

The Greater St. Louis Art Association (GSLAA) is a non-profit organization that engages in fundraising activities such as the art festivals held in Queeny Park each year. These activities are geared toward two goals: educating the public in the area of fine art and fine craft, and raising funds to provide scholarships and grants to the larger metropolitan area residents.


Once each year, art scholarships are awarded to area high school seniors who are going to pursue a college major in art. Students are invited through art teachers and high school guidance counselors and through information at our art shows to apply for our scholarships. The scholarships are nonrenewable and will be paid to the financial director of the college the winner will be attending. Generally, there are two or more scholarships per year.

Students apply for these scholarships by filing a basic information form and submitting photos or slides of their art work. Scholars are chosen by the merit of their work only. Applications may be downloaded from our website; applicants may also email info@gslaa.org for additional details.

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