Flagler County Branch Arts Grants
The Flagler County Branch of the American Association of University Women is pleased to be able to offer grants to local middle and high school girls in grades 7 – 11 pursuing the study of the creative arts. The maximum grant per application is $500.00.
If you have any questions, please contact the Arts Grant Committee by email at email@example.com
2020 – No applications received
2019 Winners Naomi Knight – also a recipient of a Tech Trek Scholarship this year, is planning to use her $350 grant to attend Elite Animation Academy where she will focus on visual storytelling and study digital drawing at the Academy’s summer workshop. Hannah Lopez – a violin student with the Flagler Youth Orchestra (FYO) for 6 years and is a member of the Harmony Chamber Orchestra – the most advanced orchestral group within FYO. She will use her $350 grant for private lessons during the summer when there are not any FYO classes.
2018 Winners Karissa Jackson – a member of the Flagler Youth Orchestra received $350. Jolynne Waldner – an accomplished ballet dancer received $350.
2017 Winners Evan Hernandez – a 10th grader at Flagler Palm Coast High School and a premier violinist and trombonist with the Flagler Youth Orchestra received $350. Brooklyn Hoffmann – a homeschooler who participates in Florida Virtual and is a violinist with the Flagler Youth Orchestra received $350. Sekora Shuman – a homeschooler who is involved in the Parkview Baptist Church music program received $300.
2016 Winners Annabel Baker – a 10th grade homeschooler received $500 for private violin lessons Cassidy Van Brink – a 10th grader who has appeared in over 45 theatrical performances received $500 to attend 2 Theater Camps.