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2014 Idyllwild Arts Scholarship Available!

Picture Courtesy of Idyllwild webpage.
Picture Courtesy of Idyllwild webpage.

Idyllwild Arts is offering scholarship opportunities for Native American youth and adults for their summer programs!

The Idyllwild Arts Summer Program offers workshops for adults and youth in Native American arts and cultures, ceramics, painting, photography, creative writing, filmmaking, dance, theater, and music, on our beautiful campus in the San Jacinto Mountains of Southern California. Exhibits, lectures, demonstrations and performances complement these programs throughout the summer.

The Idyllwild Arts Academy 2014-2015 Native American Student scholarship is provided for students of high school age with current tribal affiliation, financial need, and who would like to study in one of the seven arts majors – Visual Arts, Creative Writing, Dance, Theatre, Music, Moving Pictures, and InterArts/Fashion.  The Idyllwild Arts Academy offers pre-professional training in the arts and a strong academic program.  Graduates from Idyllwild Arts Academy have gone on to exhibit in major galleries and museums, and to perform in renowned orchestras, professional dance troupes, Broadway touring companies and numerous films and television shows, and more.

Students applying for the Academy should complete an application of admission which is available online at www.idyllwildarts.org/academy, contacting admission@idyllwildarts.org or by calling the Admission office at (951) 659-2171 ext. 2223.

The Native American Youth Scholarship is designed for students ages 9 – 18, with current tribal affiliation, and financial need. The expenses covered include tuition, lab fee, registration fee, dorm housing, and all meals in the campus dining hall. Students are responsible for their transportation to and from Idyllwild. We are located between Palm Springs and Riverside, in the beautiful San Jacinto Mountains of Southern California. Note: If you need assistance with transportation, please contact the Summer Program Registrar.

The Native American Teacher/Community Leader Scholarship is designed for adults 18 and over, with current tribal affiliation. The purpose of this scholarship fund is to bring teachers and community leaders to workshops at Idyllwild Arts to benefit both the scholarship recipients themselves as well as those in their schools and/or tribal communities when they return home. Applicants with financial need are given priority. The expenses covered by the scholarship include tuition, lab fee, registration fee, dorm housing, and all meals in the campus dining hall. The recipients are responsible for their transportation to and from campus. Idyllwild Arts is located between Palm Springs and Riverside.  There are several steps that you need to take before applying.  Please see the fact sheet below for full information on how to apply.

For more information, please visit www.idyllwildarts.org/summer.

2014 Native American Academy Fact Sheet

2014 Native American Adult Scholarship Fact Sheet

2014 Native American Youth Scholarship Fact Sheet