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Morgan Equitable Artist Fund

The Morgan Conservatory is proud to present our newly revamped workshop fund for the 2022 summer workshop season. Thanks to the support of our community and the Cyrus Eaton Foundation, the Morgan Equitable Artist Fund, previously known as the BIPOC Scholarship, awards fully funded papermaking, bookbinding, and printmaking workshops to aspiring, emerging, and established artists in Northeast Ohio. Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian American, and Pacific Islander identifying artists are highly encouraged to apply to the Morgan Equitable Artist Fund for 2022 summer workshops. 

The Morgan Equitable Artist Fund was designed to expand creative programming for underrepresented artists, further encourage paper and book arts locally, and reflect the diversity of our community.This summer, the Morgan is hosting a hybrid workshop season that will incorporate in-person and virtual workshops centering on traditional paper, printmaking, and book arts. Selected individuals will be applying to take a summer workshop from our 2022 season catalog.Our workshops are developed by teaching artists to provide opportunities to learn craft traditions and techniques in an environment that fosters creativity. Each workshop is a wonderful opportunity for individuals who are interested in furthering their skill set or learning entirely new skills!

Generously supported by our community and the Cyrus Eaton Foundation.

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We are currently accepting applications!

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