NEED-BASED SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
After School Art and DAC Applause
- AFTER SCHOOL ART SCHOLARSHIPS: Applications accepted on an ongoing basis
- DAC APPLAUSE: Currently accepting applications for Make Way for Mondays on Main 2017-2018
Arts Center provides need-based
scholarships to students thanks to generous individual donations and support from
the Boone Fund, Community Foundation Serving Southwest Colorado, Coca-Cola of Durango-Farmington, Durango Education Foundation, Durango Friends of the Arts, Durango Motor Company, Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, Erteszek Family Fund, George W. Hopper Foundation, Martin Family Foundation, Pediatric Partners of the Southwest and Red Scarf Shots.
In assessing scholarship requests,
we ask that your child submit either a written paragraph or drawing that
describes why they are interested in attending a DAC education program that will be shared with our generous scholarship donors. Honoring confidentiality, child names will be withheld – this information will be shared with donors to further
illustrate the impact of their funding.
Upon receipt of your complete
application, you will be notified regarding the level of scholarship support
DAC can provide to assist with your child’s art class experience.
If you do not wish to fill-out an online scholarship application, you may download this form by clicking here, or pick up a copy at the Durango Arts Center in the first floor Box Office or Barbara Conrad Gallery front desk. The paper application should be submitted along with your child's drawing or writing sample to:
ATTN: Sandra Butler (Visual Arts / After School Art)
or ATTN: Emily Simpson Grandt (Applause!)
802 E 2nd Avenue, Durango, CO 81301
Sandra@durangoarts.org or Emily@durangoarts.org
Durango Arts Center Education Team