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Scholarship search | Collin Post Memorial Scholarship in Sculpture

Collin Post Memorial Scholarship in Sculpture

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July 1 2021 to October 1 2021
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Up to $25,000 | One year's duration | One award

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Scholarship search | Collin Post Memorial Scholarship in Sculpture

Collin Post Memorial Scholarship in Sculpture

The scholarship was created in memory of Collin Post, a strong supporter of arts and culture in Wellington. Collin held an unwavering belief in the value of education and this scholarship provides a pathway for students and emerging artists to develop their creative practice in sculpture.

We're looking for a third or fourth-year Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons) degree or the Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts, or a Master of Fine Arts or Master of Māori Visual Arts student. You will have a continuous interest in sculpture as a medium

This is an undergraduate or postgraduate scholarship. You will be enrolled in Whiti o Rehua / School of Art, College of Creative Arts, and have a strong interest in sculpture as a medium.

Eligibility

You must:

  • be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident
  • be studying a specific programme
  • be in the third or fourth year of your degree

Application checklist

Please include the following with your application:

  • five or more examples of sculptural work (including sketches and works-in-progress if appropriate)
  • a cover letter outlining your prior experience with sculptural practice, study and career aspirations, and how this scholarship will help you achieve your artistic goals within the realm of sculpture

View the regulations for more details