For over 30 years, Gage Academy of Art has centered its mission around educating, enriching, and transforming our community through the visual arts. The Gage Academy of Art Scholarship program supports Gage’s commitment to making arts education accessible and equitable to everyone.
Gage Academy of Art’s scholarships are made possible by the tremendous philanthropy of contributing donors. This year, Gage Academy of Art’s scholarship review panel awarded $25,500 to new and returning students of Gage’s Capitol Hill and Georgetown campuses. Thank you to all of our generous scholarship donors who have made it possible to provide financial assistance to a talented array of new and returning students.
Scholarship applicants were required to complete an application, provide samples of artwork, and complete an essay submission. A dedicated scholarship review panel of Artists and Arts Administrators (listed below) reviewed submissions and selected the recipients.
Abiola will be joining the Georgetown Atelier in Fall 2021.
The Gage Academy of Art BIPOC Scholarship is designed to empower and support Black, Indigenous, and People of Color by providing partial funds to enroll in one of Gage Academy of Art’s renowned Atelier programs. This need-based scholarship was founded by Gage Academy of Art’s Atelier Instructors to provide ongoing art opportunities for BIPOC students who would not otherwise have access to Gage’s prestigious Atelier program. The funding for the 2021 BIPOC Scholarship provided by Atelier instructor Kimberly Trowbridge through the sale of her donated artwork for the 2021 Gala, and from Gage instructor and supporter Tiffany Dae. This scholarship covers partial tuition for any one of Gage Academy of Art’s seven Ateliers for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Artwork by (from left to right) Erin Besch, Angeline Phan, and Jamilla Okubo.
This scholarship includes funding for three of our Ateliers – Classical, Kang-O’Higgins, and Trowbridge – providing tuition assistance to one student in each. The Fund’s focus is on creativity and supporting artists. The Kendra Scholarship Fund additionally provides separate funding for youth scholarships.
Artwork by (from left to right) Lily Stelzer & Macy Martinez
Macy will be joining the Flack Atelier in Fall 2021.
The two scholarships were established in support of a Gage student who is experimental in their approach to art making and is not afraid to challenge traditional art boundaries.
Erin will be returning to the Kang-O’Higgins Atelier in Fall 2021.
This partial tuition scholarship is designated for a first-year Gage Atelier program student who is between18 and 25-years-old. The Atelier program is designed for artists who intend to pursue profound mastery in the disciplines of painting, drawing, or sculpture under the guidance of an internationally-renowned teaching artist.
One tuition assistance scholarship for the Kang-O’Higgins Atelier for an incoming or current student. No age or gender restrictions.
Lilyane will be joining the Classical Atelier in Fall 2021.
This scholarship is dedicated to the continuation of artistic excellence and the creative pursuit of aesthetic beauty through the fields of fine art, commercial art, and classical music. This need-based scholarship is awarded to a student ages 17-27 who demonstrates outstanding ability and motivation in pursuing a career in their field.
Charlie will be joining the Georgetown Atelier in Fall 2021.
This scholarship is designated for a Gage Atelier program student. The Atelier program is designed for artists who intend to pursue profound mastery in the disciplines of painting, drawing, or sculpture under the guidance of an internationally-renowned teaching artist.
This scholarship is a memorial fund established in memory of Mary Gales for a gifted female or female identifying artist.
We thank all of our talented applicants for applying to the 2021-2022 Donor Scholarships!
For more information regarding contributing to a scholarship fund, please contact Renate Raymond, Director of Institutional Advancement Raymond.email@example.com
In recognition of the national examination of systemic racism and injustices, Gage Academy of Art is committed to continued analysis and expansion of our own institutional practices.
Land Acknowledgment: Gage Academy of Art would like to acknowledge that we stand on the traditional ancestral lands of the Coast Salish peoples—specifically the Duwamish People, past and present—and honor, with gratitude, the land itself, the Duwamish Tribe, and their ancient heritage. Without them, we would not have access to this gathering, dialogue and learning space. We ask that we take this opportunity to thank the original caretakers of this land, who are still here.
Non-Discrimination Policy: Gage Academy of Art does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, gender identity, sexual orientation, ability, age, religion, or ethnic origin in administration of its educational and admission policies, scholarships, and any school administered programs
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