Young Masters Grant Program
Eligibility: Texas 8th to 11th grade students (or homeschooled students who have achieved a comparable status towards high school graduation) who are legal US and Texas residents
Intent: To advance the creative economy of Texas by investing in the future of the arts.
This program awards grants to talented young artists to further their studies in their chosen field. This grant is not a college scholarship. The most talented young artists will receive the title of Young Master and will be awarded grants of up to $2,500 per year to further their studies in their chosen arts disciplines.
Students are eligible to receive the grant for up to two years, but they must must submit a plan for study annually. Students must be participating in a school-based arts program, summer institute, a specialized course of study, or receiving private lessons from a qualified instructor. Students must maintain passing grades in all academic areas.
Applications will be from the student, his or her parent/guardian, and his or her arts instructor. This program is available every other year.
Deadline: November 15, 2011 postmark deadlineative economy of Texas by investing in the future of the arts.
Students of all artistic disciplines apply for this competitive grant program. The most talented young artists will receive the title of Young Master and will be given grants of up to $2,500 per year for two years to further their advanced studies in their chosen arts disciplines.
The mission of the Texas Cultural Trust is to inspire, integrate, and illuminate the arts in Texas. Their goal is to provide leadership to promote and highlight the importance of the arts in educating our children and sustaining our vibrant Texas economy. Supporting the arts ensures Texas’ cultural and economic advantage for the future.
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