Student of Art Endowment

NOTE: The deadline for this award has passed (February 1, 2022)

Award Quick Look

Deadline: Tuesday, February 1, 2022

Amount: max. $4000 annually

Student Status: Full Time

Type: Internal


  • Art


  • Faculty of Fine Arts

The Student of Art Endowment Fund was established to support enriched study and professional practice opportunities for students of art. Each year endowment funds are awarded directly to students to support activities such as: Individual Art Projects; Collaborative Projects; Workshops; Residencies; Conference Participation; or Events intended to provide students with expanded professional experience in Art Studio, Art History, and/or Curation. Proposals involving and benefitting groups will be prioritized, however, individual student travel or enrichment activities will also be considered. (Note regarding travel restrictions and exemptions: please consult the Government of Canada’s COVID-19 information page.)

    Value:  Maximum $4000 annually; smaller award requests considered in accordance with each project’s budget needs.

    Number: Variable

    Eligibility: At the time of application, applicants (individual or group) must be enrolled full-time in one of the following programs: BFA - Art (Art Studio or Art History/Museum Studies), BFA - Indigenous Art (Art Studio or Art History/Museum Studies), or BFA - Art/BEd. In the case of a group submission, a lead applicant must be identified as well as a list of collaborators. Award is tenable upon confirmation of full-time enrolment at University of Lethbridge in the semester that the application is made.


    • Recipients are selected by a committee comprised of members of the Department of Art, Faculty of Fine Arts.
    • This is a competitive award and proposals are adjudicated on the merit of submissions.
    • Project Activity Period is from the time of application to August 31 during the academic year in which the application is made.

    Deadline: Extended to February 1, 2022

    Applications must include the following items submitted as a single PDF document:

    • Application Form.
    • Project Description: maximum 500 words.
    • Proposed Timeline for realization of project.
    • Proposed Budget with rationale.
    • Curriculum Vitae (CV) of lead applicant and collaborators.

    Submit completed applications via email to:

    Questions? Contact:

    Shawn Coburn - Administrative Support for Departments of Art & Drama