2014 Art Scholarship Recipients


2014 Art Scholarship Recipients

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Congratulations to our 2014 Art Scholarship Recipients!

Last week, twenty-one promising student artists were awarded scholarships at the Scholarship Foundation’s 35th annual Art Exhibition and Reception.

William, winner of the Schall Family Best of Show Award

These financial awards are part of our Art Competition program, which invites high school seniors to submit artwork to be judged by a panel of prominent local artists. This year, thirty-two students’ work were appraised by Tony Askew, Patti Jacquemain, and Chris Orwig.

Winners were vetted at a reception in their honor at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art’s Ridley-Tree Education Center. Students displayed their art and mingled with their families and guests, including many of the generous art patrons who provided the funding for our art scholarships.

Each year students tell us that these awards help launch the trajectory of their career in art. Scholarships provide more



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Ameera is a graduate of Lompoc High who now resides in Seattle and works as a pediatric dentist. She has volunteered time for dental/oral health promotion outreach and has even taken her talents to work at an orphanage in Malawi, Africa. She says, “Every amount helps deserving students take advantage of educational opportunities.”

Join her in supporting the Scholarship Foundation by clicking here. If you are an Alumni of the Scholarship Foundation, consider making a donation to the Alumni Scholarship Fund, and pay it forward to students who walk in your footsteps.

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    • In 2016, we provided 3,016 scholarships totaling $8.74 million.


    • In 2016, we provided financial aid advising services to more than 45,000 students and families in our County.


    • The Scholarship Foundation does not charge an administrative fee to scholarship fund donors. 100% of contributions to support scholarships goes directly to deserving students.