15 Best Art Scholarships for High School Students (2022)

15 Best Art Scholarships for High School Students (1)

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It’s well known that scholarships provide college-bound students an excellent opportunity to offset the rising cost of college. While that is reason enough to make applying for scholarships a priority, young artists can reap more than a financial reward for their efforts, as many art scholarships call attention to their work. For example, the Doodle 4 Google Competition winner is featured on Google’s home page, and the winning submission in the Project Yellow Light/Hunter Garner Scholarship potentially could get displayed on Clear Channel digital billboards across the U.S.

If you want to win scholarship money and be recognized for your art, keep reading to learn about more great art scholarships.

15 Best Art Scholarships for High School Students

1. Doodle 4 Google Competition

Amount: $30,000

Deadline: March 13, 2020; 8:00 pm Pacific Time

Eligibility:

  • Kindergarten-12th grade
  • U.S. citizen or a permanent U.S. legal resident
  • Enrolled in a U.S.-based school (including homeschool, or a school in Puerto Rico, Guam, or the U.S. Virgin Islands)

The Doodle 4 Google Competition provides young artists the chance to be featured on Google’s homepage, in addition to receiving a $30,000 award. Students can create doodles in any medium—from crayon to clay—but they must submit them in a 2D format. The theme of the competition changes from year to year; 2020’s doodle theme is “I show kindness by…”

2. Frame My Future

Amount: $5,000 first place, $1,000 second place, $500 third place

Deadline: April 1, 2020; 11:59 pm Eastern Time

Eligibility:

  • Legal U.S. resident
  • Full-time student at a U.S. college or university in the 2020-2021 academic year

Sponsored by Church Hill Classics, a manufacturer of frames for diplomas, the Frame My Future contest encourages young artists to submit an original, creative work that expresses “This is how I want to Frame My Future.” Submissions can span the arts, including poems, essays, photos, paintings, or anything else that you can use to create an image. Additionally, applicants are required to send an accompanying 500-character description of their work. Contestants are narrowed to 24 finalists by a panel of judges before a public voting phase, where the work with the most votes is declared the winner.

3. Victor Agnoni Visual Arts Foundation—VAVAF LGBT Arts Scholarship

Amount: $1,500

Deadline: Expected April 24, 2020 (2019 deadline was April 24)

Eligibility:

  • LGBT student
  • Graduating high school senior
  • Enrolling in a two- or four-year college or technical school for the upcoming fall semester
  • Minimum GPA of 3.0

Application Requirements:

  • Letter of recommendation by teacher or program sponsor
  • List of extracurricular activities
  • 250-500 word statement
  • Portfolio with images of 10 pieces of work

The VAVAF LGBT Arts Scholarship is an award for young LGBT artists. To apply, students are required to submit a portfolio containing images of ten pieces of work; acceptable mediums include drawing, painting, photography, three-dimensional sculpture, ceramics, digital media, mixed media, and printmaking. Five of the 10 pieces must be the same form of media. Students also need to submit a 250- to 500-word statement on why participating in the arts has been important to them as an LGBT student, and how they have benefited from it. Works will be judged on cohesiveness, development, and technique.

4. Urban Art Scholarship

Amount: $350

Deadline: December 31, 2020

Application Requirements:

  • Portfolio of 3-5 works
  • 300-500 word essay
  • Signed contract

Founded by student/artist Trevor Coopersmith, the Urban Art Scholarship provides financial and educational support for young artists who use their work to benefit society, and who hope to pursue a career in the arts. To apply, students must submit a portfolio of 3-5 pieces of work demonstrating talent, creativity, and societal value. In addition to a portfolio, a 300- to 500-word essay discussing the student’s aspirations, community involvement, their work as an artist, how their artistic endeavors apply to society, and how the scholarship will benefit the student and their community is required.

5. The #NoRA Excellence in Art Activism Scholarship

Amount: $5,000

Deadline: expected December 31, 2020 (2019 deadline was Dec. 31)

Eligibility:

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  • High school senior or a student currently enrolled in a baccalaureate program

Application Requirements:

  • High school or college transcript
  • 2 letters of recommendation
  • Portfolio of 3-10 works
  • 700-1000 word essay

The #NoRA Excellence in Art Activism Scholarship is awarded to young artists with a portfolio of work committed to enacting social change around gun violence. Students are welcome to submit all types of artistic pursuits—including visual arts, writing, film, and music—and are required to accompany their artistic creations with a 700- to 1,000-word essay on how they use or are intending to use their art to battle gun violence.

6. Project Yellow Light/Hunter Garner Scholarship

Amount: $2,000 each for radio and billboard winners, $8,000 for video winner

Deadline: March 1, 2020; 11:59 pm Eastern Time

Eligibility:

  • Legal U.S. resident
  • High school junior or senior between 14-20 years old

Use art to help put an end to texting and driving and win a $2,000 or $8,000 scholarship. Applicants for the Project Yellow Light/Hunter Garner Scholarship are tasked with creating a billboard design, short video, or radio segment aimed at teen and young adult drivers that alerts them to the dangers of distracted driving, particularly the perils of texting and driving. Organizers are looking for messaging that isn’t preachy, and doesn’t include the usual scare tactics; they want media that actually motivates people to drive safely. Each type of medium has special formatting requirements, so be sure to read the instructions carefully.

7. Ocean Awareness Student Contest

Amount: $1,500

Deadline: June 15, 2020; 11:59 Eastern Time

Eligibility:

  • Age 15-18 enrolled high school (there is also a middle school division)
  • Open to international applicants
  • Participants may enter as individuals or as a group, agreeing to split prize money evenly if they win as a group

Application Requirements:

  • Students are required to have an Adult Sponsor who can be a teacher, parent, guardian, mentor, or other supporting adult
  • Submission of work
  • 100-250 word statement

The Ocean Awareness Student Contest is a call to students with an interest in art and a concern for the future of the planet. The contest seeks those using their talents to increase awareness of the climate crisis, bring attention to potential solutions, and promote ocean conversation. Promoting different voices and storytelling mediums, submissions are accepted in Visual Art, Film, Music, Poetry, Prose, and Interactive and Multimedia. Students may submit a maximum of one entry per category/medium. Students will also need to submit a reflection, a 100- to 250-word statement about their creative process and what they’ve learned through the contest’s theme. The theme of the contest changes yearly; 2020’s is Hope: Transforming Crisis.

8. NSHSS Earth Day Awards

Amount: $500

Deadline: expected March 15, 2020 (2019 deadline was March 15)

Eligibility:

  • High school student

Encouraging environmental stewardship in high school students, recipients of NSHSS Earth Day Awards have exhibited care, leadership, and volunteerism through Earth Day projects. Applicants are required to detail an environmental project they are working on, or one that will be underway by Earth Day, along with sharing how it will impact the future. Applicants are asked to supplement their submissions with a creative undertaking, such as a video, painting, drawing, or poem that spotlights the project.

9. L. Ron Hubbard Illustrators of The Future Contest

Amount: $500 to 3 quarterly winners; a grand prize winner amongst the quarterly winners will be awarded an additional $5,000

Deadline: March 31, 2020; 11:59 pm Pacific Standard Time

Eligibility:

  • New and amateur artists (defined as artists who have not been professionally published and paid for more than three black-and-white story illustrations, or more than one process-color painting, in media distributed broadly to the general public)
  • Open internationally, but must be able to communicate in English

An excellent opportunity for new science fiction and fantasy artists, the L. Ron Hubbard Illustrators of The Future Contest gives young artists a chance to be seen by a large audience and receive a substantial award. Entrants are required to submit three original, unpublished illustrations in color or black-and-white—the incorporation of grat scale, mixed media, computer generated art, and photography into illustrations is permitted. Three co-winners are chosen each quarter and given a cash prize of $500. They also become eligible to compete for the grand prize of $5,000 by creating an illustration for a winning story from the Writers of the Future Contest.

10. Dolphin Galleries Scholarship for the Visual Arts

Amount: $1,000

Deadline: July 20, 2020; 9 am Pacific Time

Eligibility:

  • Attending, or planning to enroll in, an accredited U.S. college or university during the 2020-2021 academic year (can be an international student)
  • In good academic standing
  • Planning or currently pursuing an arts-related major or minor

Dolphin Galleries Scholarship for the Visual Arts helps make attaining a college education more feasible for artistic-minded students by assisting with the means for the next generation to pursue their artistic and creative passions. Applicants are required to submit a portfolio of five pieces of work, and a 100-word description of each of them, that relate to expression of culture in the modern age. Submissions will be judged on originality, creativity, artistic skill, substantive content of the response.

11. AGL Over the Rainbow Foundation

Amount: $1,000

Deadline: April 30, 2020

Eligibility:

  • High school senior
  • Planning on attending college the following academic year

Application Requirements:

  • Three recommendation letters from teachers
  • Resume of musical, theatre, art, or chorus background
  • Short video of works (under 3 minutes)
  • Copy of acceptance letter from college you’ll be attending, or listing of applications of where you plan to attend

For students with a passion for music, theatre, art, or chorus, the AGL Over the Rainbow Scholarship is an excellent opportunity to earn money for college. The scholarship is in honor of Alex G. Lutrell, an accomplished singer, musician, and actor who appeared in Ant-Man and the Wasp.

12. Worldstudio AIGA Scholarship

Amount: $2,000-$3,000; one or two $5,000 scholarships may be granted at the jury’s discretion

Deadline: April 15, 2020

Eligibility:

  • Must have financial need
  • Minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in Graphic Design, Illustration, or Photography
  • U.S. citizen or Green Card holder
  • Matriculated or planning to matriculate full-time at an accredited university in the U.S.
  • Though not a requirement, racial-ethnic minority status is weighed significantly in decisions

Application Requirements:

  • Provide financial aid information on the scholarship form and have the form signed by a financial aid officer
  • Transcript
  • 400 word statement of purpose

The Worldstudio AIGA Scholarship is working to cultivate diversity in creative professions and foster social and environmental responsibility through artistic endeavors. Open to minority and financially disadvantaged artists and designers, applicants must exhibit a financial need for consideration for this scholarship. Additionally, applicants are required to submit a 400-word statement discussing their experiences, how they’ve influenced their work, future career plans, and how they see their role as a creator contributing to the community. Also required is a portfolio exhibiting 5-10 pieces of their work, along with explanatory captions, and a self portrait made with any medium; self-expression is encouraged, and the portrait doesn’t have to be a literal representation or photograph.

13. Against the Grain Artistic Scholarship

Amount: $1,000

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Deadline: May 31, 2020 at 11:59 pm Central Time

Eligibility:

  • At least 25% Asian and/or Pacific Islander ethnicity
  • U.S. citizen, legal resident, or national
  • Minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
  • High school senior or college student enrolled full time at a U.S. vocational, two-year or four-year college pursuing (or planning to pursue) an associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s degree
  • Majoring in, or planning on majoring in, visual or performing arts, including film, theatre, fashion, photography, graphic design, dance, music, journalism, and mass communications

Application Requirements:

  • Resume
  • Transcript
  • Letter of recommendation
  • Letter of acceptance to college
  • 100-character short answer
  • 500-word essay

The Against the Grain Artistic Scholarship supports aspiring young Asian American artists and leaders who exemplify what it means to “Go Against the Grain.” Providing financial assistance to students majoring in, or planning on majoring in, the performing and visual arts, journalism, or mass communications, applicants are judged on five key categories: quality of content submission (essay, artistic portfolio), academic performance, leadership/community service experience and contribution, letters of recommendation, phone/in-person committee interview.

14. Bob and Renee Stein Notre Vue Art Fund

Amount: $2,000

Deadline: May 15, 2020

Eligibility:

  • Minimum 3.0 GPA
  • U.S. citizen or legal resident, as well as a resident of California
  • Enrolled in a California post-secondary educational institution and majoring in art, photography, graphic design, etc—or a high schooler accepted into such a program

Application Requirements:

  • Statement of personal and career goals
  • Portfolio (and resume, if applicable)
  • College transcript, or letter of acceptance of admission to college

Encouraging and supporting young Californian Artists, the Bob and Renee Stein Notre Vue Art Fund provides a substantial award for school, along with the opportunity for the applicant’s artwork to become a Notre Vue Estate wine label. For consideration for this scholarship, applicants need to provide a statement of their personal and career goals, answer three questions—How has art shaped your life? What is your view of art’s role in society? How do you see the convergence of your art & nature?—and supply a portfolio of their artwork.

15. Science Without Borders Challenge

Amount: $500 first place, $350 second place, $200 third place

Deadline: April 20, 2020

Eligibility:

  • Ages 15-19 (there is an 11-14 division as well) and enrolled in primary or secondary school

Applicant Requirements:

  • Must send original artwork – digital copies aren’t allowed
  • Digital art (like photography) is not permitted
  • 150 word statement
  • Teacher contact info

Getting students and teachers more interested and involved in Ocean Conservation, the Science Without Borders Challenge tasks applicants to find creative ways to promote the preservation, protection, and restoration of the world’s oceans and aquatic resources. The theme of the challenge changes yearly—2020’s theme is Take Action: Conserve Coral Reefs. To participate in the challenge, applicants need to submit an original, two-dimensional work of art, such as a drawing or painting, in accordance with the contest’s theme along with a 150-word statement about their artwork and how it relates to the theme.

Tips for Winning Art Scholarships

Hopefully your artistic expressions and creations are enough to wow judges and earn you scholarships. Follow these tips to keep the focus on your art and increase your odds of winning an award.

Pay attention to details: Spelling mistakes, grammatical errors, and misused punctuation will all shift attention from your art. Diligently fill out applications, write essays, and proofread your descriptions before submission.

Write in your own voice: While you hope your art will speak for itself, many of the aforementioned scholarships require short essays and descriptions of your work. Use this as another creative outlet where you can set yourself apart from the competition.

Don’t wait until the last minute: Just because a scholarship deadline is May 20, doesn’t mean that you need to wait until May 20 to submit your application. Submission portals can bottleneck and websites can crash causing you to miss out on a potential award. Set yourself an earlier deadline of at least 2 days before the real one.

Apply for lots of scholarships: The more scholarships you apply to, the greater your chances are of winning one. Find even more awesome art-focused scholarships in our blog post Scholarships and Competitions for students in the Performing Arts. Just be sure that you balance the quality of your submission with quantity, and also apply to scholarships of different sizes. Larger national awards tend to be extremely competitive, while local awards may be smaller in amount, but less competitive.

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FAQs

How do you win an art contest? ›

Entering Multiple Paintings Increases Your Odds of Winning

Most competitions allow you to enter as many paintings as you want. The entry fee usually goes down after the first painting, so you can increase your odds of winning at a lower cost. And more paintings, of course, equals more of your paintings seen by a judge.

Can you get a scholarship for art? ›

A lot of arts scholarships and bursaries are donated by companies and organisations. These can lead to further opportunities for students, such as work experience and internships.

Does Paris College of Art give scholarships? ›

Paris College of Art scholarships – A variety of competitions, grants and scholarships available including the Harriet Hale Woolley Scholarship, for graduate and post-graduate visual art and music students of exceptional talent.

How can teen artists make money? ›

Start by considering these 8 active and passive income ideas for artists.
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  3. Selling vector designs on Sellfy. ...
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  6. Selling other merchandise with your art.

What is the most prestigious art award? ›

The National Medal of Arts is the highest award given to artists, arts patrons, and arts organizations by the United States government.

What do art judges look for? ›

“Simply put, I look for the best work that shows a mastery of drawing, composition, color and technique.” The artist also offers this sage advice: “If you want the best chance of getting an award, I think you have a better chance with a larger work than a very small or tiny work.”

How do I price my art? ›

Multiply the painting's width by its length to arrive at the total size, in square inches. Then multiply that number by a set dollar amount that's appropriate for your reputation. I currently use $6 per square inch for oil paintings. Then calculate your cost of canvas and framing, and then double that number.

How do art scholarships work? ›

Many colleges award scholarships for students with particular talents in the arts. Generally, college-specific scholarships for art require students to submit a portfolio, which will be the central part of your application for an artistic scholarship.

How much does art school cost in Paris? ›

Paris College of Art Tuition Fees
CoursesDurationTuition Fees
Arts (1 Courses)12 monthEUR
Media Films (4 Courses)12 monthEUR 27200

How do you get into Paris College of Art? ›

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  2. Submit. Supplementary. Materials. ...
  3. Schedule. an Interview. with Admission.

How do I get an art scholarship in USA? ›

The easiest place to get help finding a scholarship for art school is your current school. Talk to your guidance counselor, administrators, and faculty in the art department for information about applying for art school scholarships. Check your art department's website for online resources and scholarship listings.

What university has the best art program? ›

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  • #1: Rhode Island School of Design: Providence, RI. ...
  • #2: School of the Art Institute of Chicago: Chicago, IL. ...
  • #3: California Institute of the Arts: Valencia, CA. ...
  • #4: Pratt Institute: New York, NY. ...
  • #5: Maryland Institute College of Art: Baltimore, MD. ...
  • #6: ArtCenter College of Design: Pasadena, CA.
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Can I get a PhD in art? ›

The Ph. D. in Art Education is for scholars who want to delve deeper into art education research topics. Students in the program conduct original research with the potential to impact art education theory and practice.

What type of art sells best 2022? ›

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What exactly is NFT art? ›

NFT stands for a non-fungible token, which means that hidden in those quirky artworks, there's a unique and non-interchangeable unit of data stored on a digital ledger using blockchain technology to establish proof of ownership.

Can I sell NFT under 18? ›

Many of the platforms involved in NFT trading – such as Axie Infinity, and most of the exclusive NFT 'clubs' – are 18+. But that doesn't mean there aren't loopholes for children to get involved.

Is there a Nobel Prize for art? ›

Science, literature and peace are recognised – but why is there not a Nobel prize for art? This may not be a totally daft question. It probably reveals something about cultural history. Since the Nobel prize was first awarded in 1901, it has always included literature in its mainly scientific and political mission.

What are the biggest art competitions? ›

ArtPrize is the world's largest open art competition, drawing more than 500,000 visitors to Grand Rapids, Michigan.

How do I get my art noticed? ›

Read along!
  1. Establish your style for maximum artist exposure.
  2. Secure an online portfolio.
  3. Include your social media accounts.
  4. Join artist communities and online forums.
  5. Visit & join local gallery exhibitions.
  6. Sign up with online galleries.
  7. Talk about your work.
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How do you know if your art is good? ›

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  4. Quality 4: Inherent Meaning.
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What are the five characteristics of art? ›

Traditional way of looking at art, namely the visual arts, suggests that there are five basic elements of an art work – line, shape, color, texture and space. You might find form singled out as a separate category, defined as a three-dimensional alternative to shape.

What kind of art is trending in 2022? ›

The company's findings show that the most popular art styles in 2022 are expected to be abstract (54%), followed by contemporary (48%) and modern (42%) while 48% of designers indicating they anticipate an increase in use of sculpture.

What type of art is popular right now? ›

The most popular art today is commonly referred to as Contemporary Art. Contemporary art encompasses many styles including Modern, Abstract, Impressionism, Pop Art, Cubism, Surrealism, Fantasy, Graffiti, and Photorealism. Today's popular mediums include painting, sculpture, mixed media, photography, and digital art.

Do pencil drawings sell? ›

Generally, pencil art sells for anywhere from $50 to $500, but some pieces can sell for much more than that. If you're a talented pencil artist, there's no reason why you can't sell your work and make a good living from it.

Can you become rich as an artist? ›

It is quite possible for an artist to become rich and successful. Becoming wealthy as an artist will require equal parts artistic talent, marketing knowledge, and business savvy. Artists that treat their art like a business, and are always on the lookout for opportunities, are the one's likely to succeed.

How much does a pencil sketch cost? ›

Pencil Sketch, Size: A3 at Rs 500/piece in Barnala | ID: 16956409791.

How much do artists charge per hour? ›

The US Dept. of Labor lists the average hourly wage for a fine artist as $24.58—use this to help you estimate. Your price should reflect the money and time you put into creating your art.

Is there any drawing competition in 2022? ›

37th Chelsea International Fine Art Competition (CIFAC) 2022 | DRAWING COMPETITIONS. The 37th Chelsea International Fine Art Competition has been recently opened for entries and like every year invites all visual artists over the age of 18 from all around the world to participate submitting their best works.

Is there any online drawing competition in 2022? ›

The online painting competition is open to all Indian Citizens around the world who have completed the age of 4 years and above. The Contest begins on 14th January 2022 and the closing date for receipt of entries will be 10th February 2022 midnight (IST) (“Contest Period”). All dates are subject to change.

Will there be an ArtPrize 2022? ›

This year, ArtPrize is from September 15 – October 2, 2022

New app & digital interactive map. Prize categories like: Top 5 Favorites in a District; Most Favorited in a Category; Largest increase in Favorites in one day; Artist with most favorites before ArtPrize begins.

Are art competitions worth it? ›

Art contests offer false validation.

Art contest judges are not going to buy your art, so you're paying them to pass their judgment and biases onto you and your art. Art contests do not validate you as an artist or your talent. Instead, they take full advantage of your need for validation as an artist. It's wrong.

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How do you sell art? ›

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What should I draw in drawing competition? ›

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  • Draw a seahorse in a blizzard.
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What are some art competitions? ›

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  • The Chelsea International Fine Arts Competition. ...
  • The Lumen Prize for Art and Technology.
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Is there an app for ArtPrize? ›

For 18 days, art is exhibited throughout the city in public parks and museums, in galleries and vacant storefronts, in bars and on bridges. ArtPrize awards $450,000 directly to artists. How is the work judged? The public decides the winner by utilizing the ArtPrize mobile app.

Is ArtPrize every year? ›

ArtPrize lasts for 19 days beginning in late September, and during each festival $500,000 in cash prizes are awarded based on public voting and a jury of art experts. ArtPrize was originally an annual event; in 2018, it was switched to a biennial schedule.
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How do you vote for ArtPrize? ›

To cast a vote, attendees must create an online account at artprize.org/createvisitoraccount. Once completed, attendees can pull up the online map, choose a venue and click a star icon next to the artist they wish to support.

Are there any online art competitions? ›

Khula Aasmaan international online art contest is a unique drawing, painting and art competition designed to encourage creative expression. While the art contest started in 2016 for children and young adults, we are now extending it to all age groups.

Why is art competition good for students? ›

Competitions are beneficial in motivating young artists and assisting them in developing their creative talents by exposing them to current talent in the area. Students can assess and evaluate their processes and achievements in comparison to those of other artists by looking at their colleagues' work.

Are juried art shows worth it? ›

If you look at the benefits, the answer is yes. For many emerging artists, juried art shows are the first steps in the art world. Juried art shows provide art exhibition opportunities for emerging artists.

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