The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s Summer Art and Architecture campers learn how their unique ideas can make an impact on the world around them. We encourage campers to think and work outside the box, as they explore and create, surrounded by the inspiring beauty of Frank Lloyd Wright’s desert masterpiece. Registration is now open for… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Opportunities for Youth
Women Leading the Way, a national research, art and storytelling project that challenges high school students to explore the fundamental human right to vote by connecting their family history to the Suffrage Movement — and by reflecting on their experience both personally and within the larger context of our democracy. 2020 will be an important… Read more »
The Arizona Commission on the Arts is partnering with Arizona the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) to engage communities in conversations about arts education in Arizona schools during a statewide tour this Winter.
This scholarship program has been created to encourage the artistic development of outstanding high school seniors who have excelled in the visual arts field and who have enrolled in a higher educational program. To download the application and guidelines: https://www.sonoranartsleague.org/docs/Sonoran_Arts_League_-_Scholarship_Application_2018.pdf
For the second year, VAM is proud to announce the Young Vocalists Online Competition, for singers age 13 – 18. ELIGIBILITY: Open to citizens of the United States of America, ages 13 through 18, as of April 1, 2018. First Place: $500.00 Second and Third Place winners receive acknowledgment and recommendation letters from Vocal Artists Management… Read more »
The California State Summer School for the Arts (CSSSA) is a rigorous pre-professional training program in the visual and performing arts, creative writing, animation, and film for talented artists of high school age. CSSSA provides a supportive environment in which students hone acquired skills and explore new techniques and ideas for an intense and exciting… Read more »