ART SCHOLARSHIP IN KENT FOR DESERVING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT
In honor of noted American artist George Laurence Nelson, one of the founders of the Kent Art Association, the Kent Historical Society is offering a very special scholarship of $1,000 to any graduating high school senior intending to further his or her education in studio art or art history.
The George Laurence Nelson Art Scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior or college student who is a graduate of Kent Center School, or whose family resides in any of the Region One towns (Canaan, Cornwall, Falls Village, Kent, Salisbury and Sharon). The application must be postmarked or received by the Society by May 2, 2017.
Applications have been supplied to the guidance offices of most high schools in the immediate area. Please click HERE for a copy of the application form.
The Kent Historical Society is located at Seven Hearths, which was the home of George Laurence Nelson and has a permanent display of his original art works. This home, at 4 Studio Hill Road, is a reminder that Kent has a rich and diversified historical past. In supporting young artistic talent we hope to keep this tradition ongoing.
For further information or to request an application for the George Laurence Nelson scholarship contact:
Kent Historical Society, PO Box 651, Kent, CT, 06757 (Please reference: Art Scholarship)