Seattle Co-Arts Scholarship – Accepting Applications

Seattle Co-Arts Scholarship Information
Seattle Co-Arts, a non-profit organization committed to encouraging creative and artistic development, will be awarding a $2000 scholarship this year in honor of Joan O’Byrne. Qualified art students currently enrolled in a comprehensive 2-to-4-year fine art program with an emphasis on non-digital 2-dimensional work will be eligible.

To be considered, applicants must be currently enrolled in a
comprehensive 2-to-4-year fine art program with an emphasis on 2-
dimensional work and have completed at least one year of that
program by June 30, 2023.

The program must be in King, Pierce, or Snohomish County.

Applicants must provide all requested information as well as a resume, letter of recommendation from a current instructor, and five examples of your completed 2-dimensional, hand created fine artwork.

The scholarship recipient will be expected to attend (via Zoom) an
interview session and our organization’s June 26th meeting to accept
the award.

Important Dates
Application Process Opens – February 13, 2023

Application Process Closes – April 28, 2023

Application Reviews by the Scholarship Committee – May 1 – May 15, 2023

Finalists Contacted and Interviews Scheduled – May 25, 2023

Scholarship Award Announced – June16th (or earlier)

Scholarship Awarded – June 26, 2023

To apply for the scholarship, please complete the form: