Apply Now: Art Scholarship
This Scholarship is offered in memory of the celebrated painter, Zsuzsi Roboz. The Alfred Teddy Smith and Zsuzsi Roboz Art Trust will be supporting a figurative artist of promise to study for one year at Morley College London.
Figurative refers to works that are representational. For example, the human figure, animals, birds, landscape, city scape, plant life, portraits, still life.
The Scholarship offers the recipient a one year part-time programme of free classes, personal tutoring from a professional artist and teacher, and an opportunity to exhibit work at Morley Gallery at the end of the year.
The Scholarship is intended for a committed artist who has a developed artistic vision, but who needs assistance or support with the next steps of his or her career.
- You must be a figurative artist of promise and quality who needs this opportunity to develop.
- You are working in any 2D and/or 3D medium.
- You must be aged 19 or over in September 2016.
- You must be willing to commit to part-time study over a year – three academic terms during which you will undertake a tailored programme of part-time courses each term, followed by a period of preparation with a view to holding an exhibition of your work in September 2016.
It is the applicant’s responsibility to provide a completed application, with all component parts by the deadline of 17:00 on Friday 1 July 2016.
PLEASE NOTE: The application process is competitive and all applications will be assessed by a panel of experts in relation to the Scholarship criteria.
Applicants are required to submit the following:
- A statement of up to 500 words describing why you want to take up this Scholarship opportunity, what it will do for you and your art practice and where you would like to be at the end of the programme.
- An up-to-date CV.
- A digital portfolio containing 10 - 20 images of your work. This must include clear information about the scale and materials used for each image.
Download the Application Pack for full details.
Read the Scholarship blog to see the work of the current recipients.