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Scholarship Foundation Supports Young Artists

Eighteen Local Art Students Receive Annual Awards and Exhibition


The Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara is proud to support local art students through their annual Art Scholarship Exhibition and Awards.

2011 marks the 32nd year of the Scholarship Foundation’s Art Patrons providing local art students scholarship support from the community. Scholarships were awarded to eighteen high school seniors planning to continue their education in the Art. This year’s winners attend Dos Pueblos, San Marcos, Laguna Blanca, Carpinteria and Santa Barbara High Schools.

Awards were based on the quality of student portfolios. The competition was judged by local artists Anthony Askew, Patti Jacquemain, and Joan Rosenberg-Dent. The Art Scholarship Exhibition and Reception was held Thursday, January 20 at the Ridley Tree Education Center.

Each year there are a number of talented art students the Foundation must turn away due to a lack of funds. Please contact the Scholarship Foundation if you or your business or community group would like to sponsor a scholarship for young artists.

The Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara inspires, encourages, and supports Santa Barbara County students in their pursuit of college, graduate and vocational education through financial aid advising and scholarships.

Since 1962, the Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara has helped more than 25,000 Santa Barbara County students more than $65 million in awards. The Scholarship Foundation manages scholarship funds for many businesses, organizations, associations, civic and service clubs, family foundations, and individuals. They do not charge an administrative fee for management of scholarship funds; 100% of designated scholarship donations are directed to scholarship awards. Additionally, the Scholarship Foundation provides financial aid advising services to more than 23,000 students and parents each year. The scholarship application deadline is January 31, 2011!



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