Department of Art & Art History

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Fredricka Crain Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Art

This scholarship was established in 1993 by Dr. E. Lilo Crain, Jr., in honor of his wife's lifelong commitment to education and the arts.

Eligibility:
For graduate or undergraduate students in visual arts who demonstrate academic excellence, promise, and talent.

Application Deadline: Not applicable

Stipend: Minimum award of $2,500

Dallas Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Art

The Dallas-area members of the College of Fine Arts Advisory Council established this scholarship.

Eligibility:
For Dallas area residents who are a graduate or upper-level undergraduate (junior or senior) majors in the Department of Art and Art History. Preference is to be given to studio art majors.

Application Deadline: Not applicable

Stipend: Minimum award of $2,500

Kelly Fearing Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Art

Eligibility:
Graduate or undergraduate majors in the Department of Art and Art History.

Application Deadline: Not applicable

Stipend: Minimum award of $2,500

Irving and Jeannette Goodfriend Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Art

Irving and Jeannette Goodfriend established this scholarship in recognition of the richness and enjoyment which the arts have brought to their lives.

Eligibility:
This scholarship will be used to attract exceptionally talented art students to the University. Specifically:

Preference will be given first to an undergraduate and then a graduate student in sculpture.
Should no qualified sculpture student be identified in any given year, the scholarship may be awarded to a student majoring in Studio Art.

The recipient must have demonstrated academic excellence, promise, talent, and financial need.
Recipients will exemplify the high standards and ideals of the honorees.

Application Deadline: Not applicable

Stipend: Minimum award of $2,500

Dr. Ralph and Marie B. Hanna Centennial Endowed Scholarship in Art

Eligibility:
Incoming graduate major in the Department of Art and Art History. Must be U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Recipient may continue to hold this award in successive years.

Application Deadline: Not applicable

Stipend: Minimum award of $8,000

Isabell Smith Herztstein Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Art

This scholarship was established in 1994 with a gift from Mr. Max Herzstein. This endowment represents Mr. and Mrs. Herzstein's lifelong commitment to education and the arts. Both Mr. and Mrs. Herzstein are members of the Chancellor's Council at The University and have been members of many civic organizations, including the Houston Museum of Fine Arts and the Houston Zoological Society.

Eligibility:
For a graduate or undergraduate major in the Department of Art and Art History who demonstrates academic excellence, promise and talent. The recipient must exemplify the high standards and ideals of the donors.

Application Deadline: Not applicable

Stipend: Minimum award of $2,000

Helen Milam Hughes Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Art

This scholarship was established in 1995 in memory of Helen Milam Hughes, in recognition of her lifelong commitment to The University, education, and the arts. This award is for the benefit and development of visual arts students.

Eligibility:
The scholarship may be awarded to either an undergraduate or graduate student in visual arts. The recipient must have demonstrated academic excellence, promise and talent.

Application Deadline: Not applicable

Stipend: Minimum award of $2,500 (awarded every other year)

Marian Royal Kazen Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Art

This scholarship was established in 1985 as a result of a gift from Dr. Nasser I. Al-Rashid of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in memory of Marion Royal Kazen. The late Mrs. Kazen was the daughter of Darrell Royal, Special Assistant to the President for Athletic Programs and former Head Football Coach and Athletic Director at The University. Mrs. Kazen, who was especially interested in ceramics, graduated from The University in 1967 with a B.F.A. in studio art.

Eligibility:
For an incoming or continuing graduate or undergraduate major in the Department of Art and Art History.

Application Deadline: Not applicable

Stipend: Minimum award of $2,500

Emily Maverick Miller and Emily Miller Wells Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Art

This scholarship was established in 1989 with gifts from Mrs. Mary Miller Bartholow and funds from an anonymous donor to honor the memory of Mrs. Bartholow's mother, Emily Maverick Miller, and to honor her sister, Emily Miller Wells. Mrs. Miller received her B.A. in Spanish from The University in 1907, and Mrs. Wells received her B.F.A. in studio art from The University in 1942. Both honorees have demonstrated an abiding interest in and commitment to art, music, dance, theatre, and literature.

Eligibility:
For incoming graduate major in the Department of Art and Art History. Must be U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Recipient may continue to hold this award in successive years.

Application Deadline: Not applicable

Stipend: Minimum award of $6,000

David Price Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Art

This scholarship was established in memory of David S. Price, Coordinator of University Publications from 1969 until his death in July 1991. David's career with The University began upon his graduation in 1959. He was an outstanding artist, a dedicated employee and a caring friend.

Eligibility:
For a graduate or upper-division undergraduate studio art (painting) major who demonstrates promise and talent, as well as financial need. Applicant must be U.S. citizen or permanent resident, and preference is given to residents of the State of Texas.

Application Deadline: Not applicable

Stipend: Minimum award of $2,500

Address:
Department of Art and Art History
ART 3.344
(512) 471-3377

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