Support the Art League Scholarship Fund
Each year since the year 2000, Art League of Hilton Head awards a $2000 scholarship to a Hilton Head Island graduating high school senior who has been accepted into an accredited art school or a college where he/she will be majoring in the visual arts. Your generous donations ensure that Art League is able to advance their mission of support and promotion of the visual arts through education within the Hilton Head community.
In 2019, Art League will be awarding one additional scholarship to a student from a low-income family pursuing a major in visual arts. The Barabra Kittinger Scholarship Award will total $1000.
2019 Scholarship Application
The successful applicant will be selected on the basis of completion of the application, an interview, and review of a portfolio. Applications are due by Friday, April 12, 2019.
For more information, contact ALHH at 843.681.5060.
Two 2018 Art League Scholarship Recipient’s Named
Since 2000, Art League of Hilton Head has awarded an annual scholarship in the amount of $2000 to a graduating high school senior who is studying or living on Hilton Head Island and attending a local high school. This year the applicants who were interviewed were of such high caliber that Art League awarded two scholarships of $1,250 each. The scholarship program encourages students to develop their artistic skills and pursue a career in visual arts. The funding of this scholarship is made possible through charitable donations made to Art League of Hilton Head.
Jordan Crosby plans to attend Winthrop University with a major in Visual Communications, focusing in Graphic Design and Illustration. As a student at HHI High School, Jordan is heavily involved in extracurricular activities such as; the Robotics Club, a technician for the school’s theatre productions and a member of SADD (Students Against Destructive Behavior). Jordan’s art has been exhibited in the Promising Picassos exhibit, the Seahawk Cultural Center and her work was entered into the 2017-18 USCB Emerging Artists Competition.
Abbigale Gross plans to attend Columbia College Chicago with a major in Photography with a focus in Fashion Photography. Abbigale hopes to one day become a photographer for Vogue or Elle Magazines. Abbigale is an International Baccalaureate Diploma Candidate at HHI High School. Upon taking IB Visual Arts, she completed an exhibit entitled “The Intersection of Science and Art,” which required a detailed portfolio of the process. Abbigale has been awarded Honorable Mentions from Scholastic Art and Writing, the Kurtzberg Award for her photography by the Camera Club of HHI, and has had work accepted into ISCA’s Promising Picassos Exhibit, ArtFields Jr. Art Competition and her work has been selected for submission in the Photographic Society of America’s Youth Competition.