STUDIO INCAMMINATI SCHOLARSHIPS SUPPORTED BY INDIVIDUALS
Each year, Studio Incamminati offers a number of scholarships that are supported by individual donors. These donors designate their contribution for specific use toward student scholarships.
This year, Studio Incamminati offers two $5,000, one $4,000, and five $3,000 scholarships annually to current students and those considering enrollment in the Advanced Fine Art Program full-time. Overall criteria for the successful applicant includes quality of work, artistic potential, dedication and commitment to becoming an artist and demonstrated financial need. Scholarship money is applied only to tuition, not for materials, housing or any other expenses. The Scholarship Committee of the Board of Directors of Studio Incamminati evaluates all applicants and makes award decisions. The committee's decision is final.
Applications due May 31, 2017 and awards will be announced June 23, 2017.
Individuals wishing to contribute to the Scholarship fund can contact Jay Pennie at 215-592-7910. Click here to make a donation.
The Dr. Alan Kwon and Mrs. Ruth Miller Scholarship
Ruth Miller, a Studio Incamminati graduate, is a practicing artist whose work is displayed in private collections and exhibitions. She also serves as the artistic director for the Tibetan Refugee Fund. Her husband, Dr. Kwon, practices pain medicine in New Jersey.
The Maggie Price and Urania Christy Tarbet Scholarships
Jack Richeson & Co., Inc., manufacturer and importer of fine-arts material, has established two $5,000 annual scholarships to honor the artistic and educational contributions of Maggie Price and Urania Christy Tarbet, two women who embodied a spirit of fierce dedication to high-quality art instruction and unflagging support for artists.
The International Association of Pastel Societies (IAPS) was founded in 1994 through the efforts of Urania Christy Tarbet, who remains president emeritus. IAPS sadly announced the recent passing of Maggie Price, President of IAPS and co-founder of the venerable publication, The Pastel Journal. Maggie's legacy not only includes her IAPS presidency and the magazine, but her three bestselling books, DVD's and workshops that have inspired students around the world to become better artists. IAPS represents pastel societies uniting in a common cause—to demonstrate the validity and quality of fine art in pastel around the world.
How to Apply for a Scholarship
Important application dates for 2017-2018 school year
Applications due May 31, 2017
Scholarships awarded June 16, 2017
Scholarship applicants must complete and submit a Scholarship Application.
The Scholarship Application includes demographic information, a biography and a narrative on why the applicant feels he or she should be granted a scholarship.
Complete and return this application to:
340 North 12th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107