BIPOC Scholarship Fund 

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The Morgan Conservatory is dedicated to growing a bright and equitable future. Each program offering is established to educate and inspire individuals. The Morgan has established a scholarship fund for artists from  Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) communities.

 

By providing funding to BIPOC artists, the Morgan recognizes the lack of representation of artists of color in paper and book arts. In addition, the Morgan acknowledges that part of its role as a community studio space and educational foundation is to create more diverse and equitable experiences by taking on an active role in providing more opportunities providing access and resources. By providing this funding we hope to provide opportunities that are impactful in the development of participating artists and will continue to utilize the processes learned in their practice and retain connections made within the Morgan community. 

 


The BIPOC Scholarship Fund offers full scholarships to artists within the BIPOC community wishing to learn through and use the Morgan's facilities. Any self-identified BIPOC artists (emerging or established) may apply for a scholarship for any of our studio workshops. Scholarships are based on availability and will be available for the Winter Workshop Season. 

Generously supported by our community and the Cyrus Eaton Foundation.

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We are currently accepting applications!

Interested in donating to this fund?