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The Woods have created this fellowship to financially support the efforts of committed and high achieving students in the visual arts. The existence of this fellowship is a statement by the Woods and the College that the visual arts are important in the realm of human endeavor and consequently worthy of support.
$2,500 will be awarded annually to a selected student, one student per year. Typically, the award will go to a new student each year, but it is possible that the same student will receive the award two or more years in a row. The $2,500 amount will usually be broken out as follows:
The most likely departure from this division of funds would be that the tuition remission amount is reduced, with those funds instead going to project-related costs. An applicant’s project proposal may include a suggested budget adjustment of this type.
The process follows a timeline in which applications are submitted and a selection is made during the spring, and the project is completed during the following academic year. It is possible, however, that the project will take place, at least in part, during the summer following selection of the recipient.
The application will be due the second Friday in March. A complete application consists of:
Applications are due the second Friday of March.
After reviewing all applications, the selection will be made by a committee consisting of all full-time studio faculty members in the department of Art and Visual Studies.
Professor David Sloandsloan@whittier.edu
Priscilla Hernandez '20Priscilla Jimenez '19