As a non-profit arts organization, Gage Academy of Art intends to serve all motivated students who desire to receive an arts education. We offer full scholarships to students who show financial need. Gage Academy of Art admits students of any race, color, nationality, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at Gage. These scholarships are intended for Youth Programs.

Youth scholarship application deadline: May 14, 2021 

Scholarships to be awarded by May 21, 2021.

Anonymous Scholarship for BIPOC Teens (in-person class or camp): six scholarships @ $750 each

Provides six student scholarships for BIPOC identifying youth to help with developing their creative skills through our teen programs. Gage offers a safe space for teens to learn from a creative, forward thinking, professional teaching artists.

The Kendra Scholarship Fund for youth (in-person or online class), $2,500, Four scholarships at $625 each 

A need based fund intended to aid in students for whom art training will make a life changing difference.


Gage wishes to thank the following donors for our youth program scholarships: Boeing (Digital Animation Intensives); The Kendra Scholarship Fund; The Jessica Harrison Belzberg Scholarship for Young Artists; Maggie Jiang & Matthew Warburg; Thacher Family Philanthropy Fund.

Please submit the Youth Scholarship Form to apply for the scholarship

Gage wishes to thank the following donors for our youth program scholarships: Anonymous, The Boeing Company (Digital Animation Intensives); The Kendra Scholarship Fund. 

 For more information regarding contributing to a scholarship fund, please contact Renate Raymond, Director of Institutional Advancement


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

Gage Academy of Art is committed to social justice in a diverse democracy

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