Breakthrough Project offers scholarship for student artists
Sarah Keller of Lodi High School won last year’s Breakthrough Project art scholarship. The scholarship competition is back and looking for entries this year. It’s open to all high school students living in the Lodi Unified School District boundaries, and the deadline is April 7. (Courtesy photograph)
- How to apply
The deadline for the Breakthrough Project’s art scholarship contest is Friday, April 7. There are two options to apply:
All visual art — including painting, drawing, digital, sculpture, crayon, textile and mixed media — is accepted.
- Artists must live within Lodi Unified School District boundaries
- Artists may attend public, private or home schools
- Entries must be family friendly
- Backing for art works will be provided, if needed
Judging will be based on how the artist addresses the theme, composition of the piece, creativity and overall effect.
Posted: Wednesday, March 15, 2017 4:30 pm
Calling all artists! If you’re a high school student with an interest in art, the Breakthrough Project wants you.
The Lodi organization is hosting its annual art scholarship, and it’s open to any high schoolers who live within the Lodi Unified School District boundaries.
Wednesday, March 15, 2017 4:30 pm.