The purpose of this endowment is to facilitate, support, and encourage enriched study opportunities for U of L students of art. The fund is intended to support art student activities such as individual art projects, workshops, residencies, or events intended to provide students with expanded professional art studio, art history, or curatorial experience. Group projects, workshops or events (which can include travel) may be considered, however given COVID-19 restrictions, applicants must demonstrate how the intended group activity would be conducted safely. Apply with a proposal including your project description (up to 1 page), proposed timeline* and budget, contact information, and a brief statement of the anticipated impact or benefit to students of art. Recipients are selected by the Student of Art Endowment Fund Committee. The Student of Art Endowment Committee considers proposals on an annual basis.
*All activities must be completed before February 28, 2021 to be eligible and awards are conditional on risk assessment approval*
Proposals MUST include:
- Project description of up to one page
- Proposed timeline for realization of the project
- Proposed budget
- Applicant's contact information
- Brief statement of anticipated impact / benefit to students of art
- NOTE: Give details about specific facilities and locations in your proposal, including reasons why they will be beneficial to an art practice experience.
Value: $4200 (varies per year)
Eligibility: Any undergraduate student or group of students enrolled in the BFA - Art, BFA - Indigenous Art (formally BFA - Native American Art), or BFA - Art/BEd with majors in Art, Art History/Museum Studies, or Art Studio.
Deadline: November 1, 2020 (for Spring proposals).
Proposals must be submitted via email to: Shawn Coburn - Administrative Support: email@example.com