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Creative Youth Development

 

 

A professional development class for artists from grades 9 to 12

stARTup helps build your portfolio, website, and writing skills, and provides guidance in pricing your work and exhibition planning, culminating in a Final Friday solo show for participants. Two scholarships are available to the program, as well as financial aid. To apply, email Director of Youth Education Neal Barbour at neal@lawrenceartscenter.org with a letter of intent and three images of your artwork.

 

 

A design and invention workshop class for girls in grades 5 to 9

Students will work with new technology and experimental art to solve community problems and generate their own prototypes. A scholarship is available, as well as financial aid. See our front desk, or apply online! To apply, email Director of Youth Education Neal Barbour at neal@lawrenceartscenter.org with the answer to: “How do you think Inventor Grrls could help you actualize your ideas?”

 

 


School of Dance

 

Must be enrolled in Ballet IV-VII to audition

Established in 1997, the Carmine Ballere Scholarship is awarded to students who have demonstrated excellence and commitment in dance. Encouraging the study of ballet and a life-long devotion to dance, the scholarship covers the cost of four ballet and pointe classes per week, as well as all production and participation fees during a year. Awardees are required to serve as teachers’ assistants for one Little Movers class per week. Contact Hanan Misko, hanan@lawrenceartscenter.org, with questions.

 

Scholarships for young men ages 2nd to 12th grade

Applicants must have trained at the School of Dance for a minimum of one year and be referred from a School of Dance faculty member. Scholarships can be used to cover 50% of dance class tuition during the Fall and Winter-Spring semesters. Interested applicants should contact Hanan Misko, School of Dance Director, at hanan@lawrenceartscenter.org for more details.