William Male Foundation is happy to make available a very exciting grant program for individual artists in San Diego County. To qualify for this opportunity, applicants must be receiving official art training from a college, university, or academy, as well as from a private instructor or coach. Formal training is unnecessary, and money may be used for travel, research, or other comparable activities to help the grantee improve a certain talent or generate a specified product.
A typical award amount ranges from $1,000 to $5,000. The most they can give out in a single grant round is $5,000. Other requirements of this program are that an aspirant should be at least 18 years of age and resident of San Diego County, California, and demonstrate potential for success in their chosen field by submitting letters from instructors and samples of their artistic growth demonstrated in works of art. The selection committee will take the following things into consideration while selecting the candidates: artistic potential, work ethic, financial need, and potential benefits to the artistic community in San Diego.
Applications are accepted throughout the year, and grants are awarded twice a year. Grant decisions will be made on April 1 and October 1 of each year. The last date of the application is April 1, 2022.
The William Male Foundation is holding the aim of making a significant contribution to the San Diego County arts community by providing grants and scholarships to individual artists.
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|Organization||William Male Foundation|
|Number of Awards||Varies|
|City||San Diego County|
|Application Deadline||April 1, 2022|
Who is Eligible?
Applicants must be at least 18 years old and San Diego County, California citizens. By submitting letters from professors and instances of their artistic progress reflected in works of art, applicants must demonstrate potential for success in their chosen industry. The committee considers various factors, including the creative possibility, work ethic, financial necessity, and possible advantages to the San Diego cultural community. Officers, directors, workers, managers, grant selection committee members, significant contributors to WMF, and their family members are not eligible for WMF funding. Those who have previously received funds are encouraged to apply for renewal.
How to Apply?
Candidates will have to fill out an online application form with all correct and complete information and submit it. Please visit here to access the application form.
WMF keeps track of all grants issued, including the grant recipient’s contact information, the application used to evaluate the grantee, the grant amount and purpose, and grantee reports on how the grant money was spent. Records will be kept for at least three (3) years or as long as the law requires.
The scholarship benefits in assisting individuals in their creative pursuits. It helps to focus specifically on the arts because people interested in pursuing the arts don’t always go to the university and don’t often have a lot of scholarships and fellowships available to them. It helps in following a non-traditional path
The deadline for applying for the following scholarship is April 1, 2022. There will be no late entries allowed.