Merit, Monitor, and Work Exchange Scholarships at the Woodstock School of Art are generally awarded to students who intend to maintain an ongoing relationship with the school, or who have demonstrated a commitment to a career in the Fine Arts, and can establish need for financial assistance. Scholarships are available for ongoing classes only. Scholarships do not cover model fees, lab fees, or matriculation fees. Scholarships are not available for workshops.
Contributors to new or existing scholarship funds are welcome as a living memorial to artists and friends.
You may download a printable scholarship application here and return it by postal mail to Scholarships, Woodstock School of Art, PO Box 338, Woodstock NY 12498 or you may fax it to 845 679 3802.
THE WOODSTOCK SCHOOL OF ART ANNOUNCES A NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH SUNY ULSTER FINE ART PROGRAM. Upon review by the SUNY Ulster Fine Art faculty, SUNY Ulster students will be awarded SUNY academic credit for classes taken at the WSA. For SUNY academic information students should contact Iain Machell, Chair of Art, Design, Music, Theatre & Communication at SUNY, 845. 687. 5000. Students may download a printable scholarship application and return it by postal mail to Scholarships, Woodstock School of Art, PO Box 338, Woodstock NY 12498.
Scholarships are also available to deserving high school students. You may download the high school scholarship application here.
Funding for the SUNY Ulster and high school scholarship programs is provided through the generosity of the Thompson Family Foundation.