Seattle Co-Arts 2022 Scholarship Award

Seattle Co-Arts will be awarding a scholarship this year in the amount of $2000 to one deserving art student. In addition to this monetary award, we will be using our website and social media sites to promote our winner as they progress in their art education program and career. This is a wonderful opportunity for an art student to connect with an art organization that has been around the Puget Sound area for more than 70 years. We hope that you will help us find our award winner by publicizing our scholarship award.

• 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, 2022.
• 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 28th Zoom meeting to accept the award.

❖ Application Process Opens – February 15, 2022
❖ Application Process Closes – April 30, 2022
❖ Application Reviews – May 1 to May 15, 2022
❖ Finalists Contacted/Interviews Scheduled – May 25, 2022
❖ Scholarship Award Announced – June 15, 2022

The Scholarship will be awarded on June 28, 2022

Access the form at the Seattle Co-Arts website or by going to the following URL:

Seattle Co-Arts began in 1949 as a small group of artists led by Margaret Mattocks as the founding president. They gathered regularly to paint together. In 1950 under the guidance of Judge Evangeline Starr, the group incorporated as a non-profit
educational organization. Today we have over 130 members and continue to provide a forum for artists to meet and expand their love of art while fulfilling their ongoing mission:
• To encourage creativity and artistic development
• To offer educational opportunities
• To present member’s work to the public
• To encourage community interest in the arts
• To cooperate with other organizations to promote art appreciation
This organization does not and shall not discriminate based on race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of its activities or operations.

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If you have questions or difficulties submitting this form, please contact the Scholarship Chair at