MPAG's Scholarship Fund
The Mount Pleasant Artists Guild is pleased to announce a scholarship award ranging from $4,000 to $9,000, to be granted to a qualified high school senior living East of the Cooper. Applicants will be seeking an undergraduate degree in an art-related field beginning in the 2020-2021 school year. The Guild reserves the right to split the award in case of a tie. Applications will be available at area high schools, on the Guild website or by contacting the Guild Scholarship Chair. Art teachers will be informed about the scholarship, and announcements will be placed in area newspapers.
Further details regarding the 2020 MPAG Scholarship can be found on the Application Form below
The completed written application must be postmarked and mailed no later than February 21, 2020, for consideration.
MPAG Scholarship Application
2019 MPAG Scholarship Recipients
Katherine Palmer will study art and psychology or art and business. She has been accepted to a number of colleges, including the honors programs at the University of South Carolina and Clemson University. She will attend University of South Carolina Honors College.
Daniel Jacobs, who will attend the College of Charleston, plans to major in studio art and use concept art to create unique settings and characters in the game development process.
2018 MPAG Scholarship Recipients
Camille Richmond and Erin Turner!
Camille will graduate from Charleston County School of the Arts and will attend the University of South Carolina.
Erin will graduate from Wando High School and will also attend the University of South Carolina.
Congratulations ladies on an excellent achievement!!
2017 MPAG Scholarship Recipient
Fred Horton, 2017 recipient of the MPAG scholarship award, presented by Tracy Gansrow, scholarship chairperson, and Mark Horton, local artist and Fred's dad.
Fred will be attending the Rhode Island School of Design in the Fall.