CAEA Student Scholarships
The California Art Education Association offers four annual student scholarships:
Idyllwild Summer Arts Program Scholarship for Elementary to High School Students — Application deadline: February 1 of each year
The Duane Hagen Scholarship and Lauren Burch Memorial Scholarship for High School Seniors — Application deadline: March 1 of each year
The Paul Kravagna Higher Education Scholarship — Application deadline: May 1 of each year
Please scroll down to view the following for each of these scholarships:
• Application details
• Current scholarship recipients
Scholarships sponsored by CAEA provide benefits to students statewide, including exhibiting art publicly and receiving commendations for exemplary work. Scholarships and awards for artistic achievement and service are presented by CAEA to selected students.
Nominating teachers must be current active members at the time applications are due.
For more information email [email protected]. Donations to the CAEA Student Scholarship Fund can be made by clicking here.
CAEA Scholarship Opportunities
CAEA offers two types of scholarships. Student scholarships are available to students from middle school to pre-service. Professional Development scholarships are offered to members to help them attend CAEA conferences. Your donation to the CAEA scholarship funds is appreciated.
CAEA Student Artwork Rubric
In the absence of cross-committee norming, rubrics yield subjective results based on each judge’s unique interpretation of the rubric criteria.
It is important to understand that the CAEA Student Artwork Rubric will be used when judging all student scholarship artwork entries.
CAEA Student Photo Release Form
Each year, the CAEA website displays photos of student scholarship winners and their teachers next to the image of each winning artwork. To enable CAEA to do this, this form needs to be completed, signed, and sent to [email protected] by either the student scholarship winner or, if the student is a minor, the parents of student scholarship winners, along with a photo of the winner.
Idyllwild Summer Arts Program Scholarship for Elementary to High School Students
CAEA has joined with The Idyllwild Arts Foundation to provide an opportunity for one student (ages 10-17) from one of the four areas in California to experience this unique summer art program. Current CAEA members may nominate as many students as they wish. The Idyllwild Arts Foundation is generously covering 100% of the cost of residential tuition for up to two one-week programs or one two-week program for the chosen student. The student/family will need to provide the following:
• $50 application fee
• Lab fees
• Health and safety fees
• Any incidentals
• Travel costs
CAEA will reimburse the student/family for the cost of materials up to a maximum of $250 with submission of receipts.
Click here for more information about the Idyllwild Arts summer programs.
Application Deadline: February 1 of each year.
2022 Idyllwild Summer Arts Program Scholarship Recipient
Photos from the Camp
Duane Hagen Scholarship and Laurel Burch Memorial Scholarship for High School Seniors
These two one-time scholarships are awarded to graduating senior high school art students who exemplify outstanding qualifications. Students must provide proof of enrollment in an accredited college art program. The awards are sent directly to the designated college and disbursed through its financial office. All information must be presented accurately, promptly, and completely to the screening committee or the nominee will not be considered for an award.
Application Deadline: March 1 of each year.
Fishing for Words
2022 Duane Hagen Memorial Scholarship Winner
San Diego Area
gouache, watercolor, ink
2022 Laurel Burch Memorial Scholarship Winner
Paul Kravagna Higher Education Scholarship
The one-time scholarships for college students entering or enrolled in an art credential program at one of the California State Universities are awarded to those students who exemplify outstanding qualifications. The college students must provide proof of enrollment in an accredited educational program. The awards are sent directly to the designated college and disbursed through its financial office. All information must be presented accurately, promptly, and completely to the screening committee or the nominee will not be considered for an award.
Application Deadline: May 1 of each year.