2014-2015 Scholarship Application Directions

Submit Materials on a CD that is both PC and MAC Compatible.

For all undergraduate and graduate student applications:
A portfolio of up to 10 images of recent work. Applicants working in video or performance may present either a video or slides. The portfolio should contain properly exposed images of a quality that shows the work to its best advantage.

Video: No more than five movies and/or interactive documents may be submitted, with total presentation times not to exceed five minutes per submission. The first minute of each submission should be viewable separately, as this is all the committee may look at in the initial viewing. Include a title sheet with Title, Dimensions (HxWxD), Medium, and Year. Provide as a PDF doc on the CD.

Images: Images should be jpg, gif, or png, video (mov, wmv, flv) or PDF documents. For good image quality, your image files should be sized no larger than 1280 x 1280 px @ 72 dpi. Please keep video files under 20MB.

For BA, BFA, and MFA students: A single-spaced statement of specific reasons for how this scholarship will enable you to achieve the specific learning and professional goals that you will outline here (1-2 pages).
PDF
For BFA and MFA students:
Artist statement (1 page or less, single-spaced). PDF
For MFA students:
Current CV. PDF
For MFA students:
In 300 words or less (single-spaced), please describe how you contribute to the success of the University community and in what ways your current research practice exemplifies cross disciplinary, engaged scholarship essential to meaningful contributions to the human community.
A digital version of these instructions car be downloaded HERE

Scholarship Applications are Due to the Department of Art Office By 3pm on Thursday, March 13, 2014. Late Applications Will Not Be Accepted.