Since we believe art is something to be shared by all, Scottsdale Artists´ School offers Scholarships on the basis of merit and financial need. Please send in your application for the upcoming season as soon as possible. We accept and review scholarship applications throughout the year, and award them as we can. Be sure to put down alternate choices, as quick turnaround scholarships do sometimes become available- if you are open to other workshops/classes other than your first three choices listed, please be sure to note that on your application, so that you will be considered if a spot should become available in another course.

To submit you Scholarship Application, please include the following:

Your completed Scholarship Form (Click here for directions on how to fill out your form electronically)

  • Your current resume
  • A brief artist statement outlining your goals as an artist (limit one page)
  • 5 digital images (which can be emailed, burned to a CD OR printed as high quality photographs)

Applications are accepted throughout the year and students are eligible to receive one workshop and one weekly class scholarship from July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016.

Applications received will be reviewed and awarded based on workshop/class availability and funding availability, so please do not delay. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.

Applications may be mailed to:

Scholarship Committee
Scottsdale Artists’ School
3720 N. Marshall Way Scottsdale, AZ 85251

-OR- email your application to the Scholarship Committee at (in the subject please say Scholarship Application and your name)

Scottsdale Artists’ School is able to award scholarships thanks to the generosity of the following: The Harley Brown Scholarship, honoring Tucson artist, Harley Brown. The Friends of Western Art offer a scholarship to a student from Southern Arizona (south of Gila River) to attend a workshop at Scottsdale Artists’ School.

For an application please contact:

Friends of Western Art
P.O. Box 64730 Tucson, AZ 85728
(520) 299-1398  I