Art Scholarships & Awards
New Student Scholarships
The Fine Arts Fellowship 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 one of the nation's finest liberal arts colleges. After a competitive application and audition process, Fine Arts Fellowships are offered each year to students with demonstrated ability in one or more of the following: visual arts, creative writing, music, and theater. Fine Arts Fellows receive tuition grants worth up to $15,000 per year, regardless of financial need.
Current Student Scholarships
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.
Ryan Champion Theater Performance Award: This award is given annually by the Wabash College Theater Department to a student demonstrating excellence in the areas of acting and directing. The award honors the memory of Ryan Champion, a member of the Class of 2007, who died in an automobile accident in 2004. Ryan’s participation in theater production work in the musical 1776, produced in October 2004, set a standard of quality and commitment recipients of this award will be expected to achieve. The endowment for the Ryan Champion Theater Performance award was established through a gift from Mr. Gregg Theobald, Class of 1992, and Ryan’s friends, family, and classmates.
Kenneth W. Kloth Design and Technical Theater Award: This award is presented annually to a Wabash student for outstanding achievement in the area of scenic, lighting, costume, prop, and sound design and/or technical theater. This award in memory of Kenneth W. Kloth (1952-1995), Wabash College Scene Designer from 1979-1984, has been endowed by members of the Theater Department staff and Ken Kloth’s family, friends, and former students.
Erminie C. Leonardis Theater History Award: This award is presented annually to a student who, in the estimation of the Theater Department faculty, has done outstanding work in the study of theater history, dramatic literature or criticism. The award was established in memory of Erminie C. Leonardis (1915-1994) by her cousins, Lucille Gentile and Lucille Fraumeni, and her life-long friend, James Fisher, Wabash College Professor of Theater.
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