Carthage offers a number of competitive scholarships to photography minors.
Students may apply for scholarships on November 19, 2022, and February 11, 18, and 25, 2023. In-person and virtual portfolio reviews are available. Due to COVID-19, reviews may switch from an in-person format to a virtual format. Please be prepared for this possibility. If you are visiting the College at another time before Feb. 25, please contact us at email@example.com to set up an alternate time.
Note: students entering midyear should apply for a scholarship in November. The results of all interviews and portfolio reviews will be included in the applicant’s financial aid package developed in March by Student Financial Services or in December/January for students entering midyear.
Photography scholarships are awarded based upon a review of the applicant’s art portfolio by members of the Photography and Film and New Media faculty. You will discuss your artwork with a faculty member, answering questions about your ideas, materials, process, and aspirations as a developing photographer and artist. If you are on campus for your review you will tour the program’s facilities.
BRING TO YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY PORTFOLIO REVIEW
A portfolio consisting of a minimum of 10 of your best art pieces in a variety of media. This may be work you have made in school and/or outside of classes. Having some artworks that show experience with digital photography or darkroom experience is preferred, but not required. Sketchbooks are welcome!
- For in-person reviews please bring the actual artworks. For pieces you cannot bring, please bring digital images or a link.
- For virtual reviews, please share digital portfolios weblink or video links with firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Your resume.
- One letter of recommendation (preferably from a teacher or mentor).
For more information, contact the Photography and Film and New Media faculty at email@example.com or 262-551-6247. Join our mailing list to receive more information about Carthage’s competitive scholarships.