A fund is available annually, on a competitive basis, to advanced level students who are concentrating in Electronic Arts. The award is typically divided between 2-3 projects.
Fine Arts students working in electronic art
Applicants should submit a detailed proposal describing the work to be undertaken and the result which will be accomplished. Proposals should include a timeline for completing the project and a budget listing the expenses to be covered by the grant and the total amount requested. Applicants may request amounts between $100 and $500 for reimbursement of direct cash expenses relating to completion of their projects.
Note: Such expenses might include materials, supplies, equipment or facility rentals, and hiring persons to assist on the project. Grants may not be used to fund salaries for the applicant.
Final funding decisions will be at the discretion of the Juror. Applications should include a brief work sample along with a sheet listing the contents of the sample and describing each work. Samples may be submitted in the following formats: DVD or URL Applications must also include the applicant’s name, year in school and telephone and email contact information.
Please submit all materials to the School of Art office, Aronoff 6431 in a 9x12 envelope with your name and "Rookwood Production Grant Application" written on the outside of the envelope.
January 25, 2013
Associate Professor Charles Woodson
Associate Professor Benjamin Britton