48th Annual High School Scholarship Competition & Exhibition
IT IS WITH OUR DEEPEST REGRET THAT WE ANNOUNCE THE CANCELLATION OF OUR ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP SHOW. STUDENTS, PLEASE CONTINUE TO CREATE AND WORK ON YOUR ART AND WE WILL LOOK FORWARD TO AN AMAZING EXHIBITION IN 2021.
For 48 years the Shiawassee Arts Council has offered scholarships to talented young art students. Since the establishment of SAC in 1972, over $85,000 in scholarships and awards have been granted to provide students in grades 9-12 with recognition and financial assistance in their artistic growth.
About the Competition and Show
April 27 – May 3, 2020
Reception & Awards Ceremony, Sunday, Sunday, May 3, 1-3pm
All students grades 9-12 in Shiawassee County, Chesaning and Ovid-Elsie are invited to participate in the Shiawassee Arts Center’s 48th Annual High School Art Scholarship Show & Competition April 27 – May 3, 2020. $2,000 in scholarship awards, including the $500 Janis Kazen Award, two $100 Liz McEwan Awards and the $100 Bethany Lardie Award will be presented at the reception, Sunday, May 3, 1-3pm.
Additional details, deadlines and registration forms are available below, at the Shiawassee Arts Center and may also be obtained from high school art instructors. Students do not need to be currently enrolled in an art class. Home school and private high school students are welcome.
Scholarship Chairperson and SAC Arts Education Director, Linda Ruehle states, “Since the establishment of SAC in 1972, more than $85,000 in scholarships and awards have been granted to provide students with recognition and financial assistance in their artistic growth. Professional artists from out of the county judge the work on originality, creativity, technical skill and presentation.” For more information or questions call (989)723-8354.
The Shiawassee Arts Center, located next to Curwood Castle in Owosso, is open Monday – Friday noon-5pm, weekends noon-4pm. The Arts Center features the artwork of local and statewide artists in eight galleries including the Frieseke Gallery and a specialty Gift Shop. The public is welcome, there is no admission charge and the facility is handicap accessible. SAC, which is celebrating its 48th anniversary in 2020, is a non-profit organization whose mission is to offer quality arts and cultural activities that educate, entertain and enrich our community.