Summer Drawing Program


Sessions: 9:30 am-12:30 pm, July 14–18 & July 21–25
$50 per student, limited to 15 students

Application deadline: Friday, June 13

The Summer Drawing Program gives talented high school art students a college-level experience while helping them prepare their portfolios for college admission and scholarships. This two-week course is the only program of its kind in the Quad Cities for aspiring young artists who plan to major in art.

Learn more about the program and fill out application, or fill out the application and letter of support below.


For questions, contact Heather Aaronson, education programs coordinator, at haaronson@figgeartmuseum.org or 563.326.7804 x2045.

Funded in part by the Brand Boeshaar Foundation Fund and the Hubbell Waterman Foundation. Sponsored by Butler Insurance Service and Western Illinois University.

Student Application

Student Information

Name:
Current Grade:
Street Address:
City, State, Zip Code:
Phone:
(-
Email:

Essay

Why do you wish to participate in the Summer Drawing Program?

Art Activities and Honors

Please list.

School Information

Nominating Teacher:
School:
Street Address:
City, State, Zip Code:
Phone:
(-
Email:

Security Code

Security Code:
 Security code





Letter of Support

Applicant:
Current Grade:
School:
How do you know this applicant?
What are the applicant’s strengths as an artist?
How would the applicant benefit from the Summer Drawing Program?
Prepared by:
Date:
CalendarNow
Phone:
(-
Security Code:
 Security code


Summer Drawing Program


Sessions: 9:30 am-12:30 pm, July 14–18 & July 21–25
$50 per student, limited to 15 students

Application deadline: Friday, June 13

The Summer Drawing Program gives talented high school art students a college-level experience while helping them prepare their portfolios for college admission and scholarships. This two-week course is the only program of its kind in the Quad Cities for aspiring young artists who plan to major in art.

Learn more about the program and fill out application, or fill out the application and letter of support below.


For questions, contact Heather Aaronson, education programs coordinator, at haaronson@figgeartmuseum.org or 563.326.7804 x2045.

Funded in part by the Brand Boeshaar Foundation Fund and the Hubbell Waterman Foundation. Sponsored by Butler Insurance Service and Western Illinois University.

Student Application

Student Information

Name:
Current Grade:
Street Address:
City, State, Zip Code:
Phone:
(-
Email:

Essay

Why do you wish to participate in the Summer Drawing Program?

Art Activities and Honors

Please list.

School Information

Nominating Teacher:
School:
Street Address:
City, State, Zip Code:
Phone:
(-
Email:

Security Code

Security Code:
 Security code





Letter of Support

Applicant:
Current Grade:
School:
How do you know this applicant?
What are the applicant’s strengths as an artist?
How would the applicant benefit from the Summer Drawing Program?
Prepared by:
Date:
CalendarNow
Phone:
(-
Security Code:
 Security code