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Fine Arts Applied Funds

Awards, scholarships & prizes that all require additional materials to qualify

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University Nominated Funds

Be considered for more scholarships and awards and submit your application every year by the following dates:
Current students –  May 1
High school students - March 15 
Transfer students - June 15
 
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    Find a full list of scholarships and awards available to University of Lethbridge students, regardless of Faculty, and a variety of services to help guide students and parents through university life. 

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    The USRAs will nurture your interest and develop your potential for agency-specific research careers. If you would like to gain research work experience that complements your studies in an academic setting, these awards can provide you with financial support through your host university. The agencies encourage qualified Indigenous and Black students to apply for this award.

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    External Funds

    Scholarships, awards and prizes from external sources

     

    Every year Alberta Society of Artists awards one graduate and two undergraduate students with scholarships pursuing a degree in Fine Arts in a post-secondary institution.

    Value: various

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    The Ray Jolliffe Memorial Scholarship is for students who are pursuing studies in the field of Theatre Production Design or Management and/or Media Production and Design. 

    Value: $2,000

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    For over 30 years the Lethbridge Symphony has provided talented young musicians from across Alberta a unique biennial opportunity to perform in competition for our supportive audiences. 

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    Calgary Stampede 2024 Poster Competition is now open!  Through this program, young artists (ages 15-24) compete for scholarships and the opportunity to design the 2024 Calgary Stampede poster.  In addition, they receive many free educational experiences including masterclasses and mentorship opportunities. It is free to participate and the application process is very simple. 

    Please visit the website for further information. Also view the program information flyer. The deadline to apply is December 2, 2022.

     

    AMAAS is committed to supporting media artists in Alberta and as such we have developed a bursary program. The AMAAS Bursary Program will be based on regional equity, media art excellence and accountability. AMAAS will provide cash support for media art related projects , workshops, travel, or education. 

     

     Please visit the website for more information and the application process. 

    The award recipient will be registered in a post-secondary program in theatre. The student will have an interest in experimental or non-traditional forms of theatrical performance, or innovative use of theatre as a way to explore unusual or controversial topics. Preference will be given to qualified applicants who are focusing their education and/or future plans on stage management, theatre administration, and/or any aspect of theatre-related design. 

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    Presented annually by Temple Sinai Congregation of Toronto to a promising young Jewish artist (instrumentalist or vocalist). Temple Sinai will proudly present the 38th Annual Ben Steinberg Musical Legacy Award to  a gifted young artist of the Canadian Jewish Community on Thursday, May 18th 2023 at 7:00pm. They want to encourage serious, talented instrumentalists and singers at the "threshold of their career" to enter this exciting competition.

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    Galt Museum & Archives
    BIPOC Undergraduate Award

    Deadline: April 7, 2023

    The Galt Museum & Archives in partnership with the Art History/Museum Studies program at the University of Lethbridge invites applications for a $500 award for one undergraduate student in any program at ULethbridge who identifies as Black, Indigenous, or racialized with an interest in Collections Management at the Galt Museum. 
    The award is offered as part of a work study opportunity at the museum and  can commence in either the Fall or Spring term.

    This award is open to any undergraduate student at the UofL who identifies as Black, Indigenous, or racialized. Students must demonstrate an interest in museums and collections  and must be able to work in Lethbridge for the the internship. Recipients will be selected by a committee comprised of members of the Department of Art and staff member(s) at the Galt Museum & Archives. This is a competitive award and proposals will be adjudicated on the merit of submissions.

    TO APPLY PLEASE SUBMIT:

    • A cover letter (250-500 words max.)  clearly indicating preference for the Fall or Spring term. The letter should outline how the opportunity fits with the applicant’s interests and goals.
    • Resume and Copies of Transcripts (official or unofficial)

    Send applications by email to Devon Smither.


     

    Calgary Foundation

    Generous Calgary Foundation donors assist students in their post-secondary journeys through awards, scholarships and bursaries in diverse areas of interest and study.

    Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge

    The Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge recognizes the need to celebrate the contributions towards the arts from individuals, organizations and businesses. These contributions make our community stronger and more vibrant.

    Alberta Student Aid

    Alberta's government offers scholarships and awards to encourage and reward the excellence of Albertans in post-secondary study.

    Alberta Foundation for the Arts

    Learn more about scholarships, fellowships, and award programs offered and/or managed by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.

     

    Canada Council for the Arts

    Every year the Canada Council for the Arts awards a broad range of prestigious awards, fellowships, and prizes to more than 200 Canadian artists and scholars in recognition of their quest for innovation and excellence.