Every other January term a practicing artist is invited on campus to conduct a studio course based on their particular creative expression and expertise.
In addition to whatever scholarships, you may receive from financial aid, you may be eligible to receive scholarship money based on the quality of your art.
The art department awards scholarships up to $5000 to students based on the quality of their portfolio. These scholarships are renewable annually for up to 4 years based on continued performance and are in addition to any other financial aid or scholarship received.
To apply for arts scholarships, you must submit a portfolio that meets the following requirements.
All work must be submitted by April 1 in order to qualify. If selected, you will be notified by email by May 1.
If you have further questions about applying for art scholarships, please feel free to contact any faculty member. Contact information is listed below.
My technical painting and drawing skills are more refined and allow me to communicate more effectively. Additionally, my art history degree has taught me how to make connections with the past, better understand religion and philosophy and articulate my own artistic ideas. I am prepared to defend my artistic ideas and concepts in an educated and professional way. - Brittany Jameson '14
Dr. Rakic noticed the potential I had and appointed me as her Art History mentee. This gave me the experience I needed for graduate school. Since a passion of mine is to teach and mentor, this appointment allowed me to share my findings and share the joy of art with others, as well. - Tony Quintana '14
My experience with the art department has been a very positive one. I am now triple majoring in studio art, art history and French. The professors are incredible and balance the department wonderfully. I have been awarded internship opportunities and scholarships, including the Rinker Award, which provided funding to create my own art and hold my own show. I would not have been given nearly as many opportunities to succeed if I had gone to any other school. - Emily Winship '14
Franklin College art majors have a 100% acceptance rate into graduate programs.