Fine Arts Fellowship Program
This program at Wabash was established in 1987 to encourage the development of the fine arts within a rigorous liberal arts context. Wabash is looking for students who show genuine promise as artists, actors, musicians, or creative writers and wish to pursue an education at Wabash. Fine Arts Fellows receive tuition grants regardless of financial need.
Paul J. Husting Award for Outstanding Work in Art
A cash award given annually to the art major who, in the judegment of the Art Department, has accomplished distinguished work in art. The award was established in 1983 in memory of Paul Husting, Class of 1937, by his daughters Betsy Husting and Suzanne (Husting) Hutto and friends of Paul Husting.
Randolph H. Deer Prize for Outstanding and Continued Work in Art
This prize is made possible by a generous gift from Randolph H. Deer, an Indiana native and life long supporter of the arts. The prize is set up to reward and encourage art majors for exceptional work during their freshman and sophomore years. The recipients are selected by the Art Department faculty based on their achievements in the art department. The prize will be awarded in two installments: half before the junior year, and renewable before the senior year.
ARTBASH : A Celebration of Art and Ideas
ARTBASH is a one day conference for high school teachers and their students to investigate various topics on art from a liberal arts perspective. The event consists of presetation and panel discussions by Wabash alumni who are making careers in art, architecture, design, advertising and art education. Further, a panel of current Wabash art students will discuss the expectations of college level art classes. ARTBASH is held every 3 years on the Wabash college campus.