The Student Success Office announces a scholarship opportunity for student artists
On a mission to fill the walls of the Holton Hall Student Success Seminar – a newly redesigned basement space for classes, conferences and the community – the Student Success Office has announced a possibility of scholarship for visual artists on the Kansas State campus.
In keeping with campus-wide efforts to emphasize the importance of cultivating mental health, the theme of the submissions is “well-being”. Luke Matulewicz, general manager of tutoring services, is the head of the committee leading this initiative.
“Success means a ton of different things to everyone. … We all want to be better, ”said Matulewicz. “We thought [the initiative] would sum up a great type of message to have while we’re in space.
Matulewicz said 3 Holton Hall – a room with white walls and versatile use – lacks an infusion of student life. Its recent upgrade from an overflow compartment desk to a flexible gathering place reflects a new well-being of its own.
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Artists can use any medium of their choice to express the theme, with submissions due by 5 p.m. on October 11, through a Qualtrics Form on the K-State website. Students can explain the style and meaning of their entry.
Selected students will have their work on display at 3 Holton Hall and will receive a refund of $ 500 on tuition fees paid for the 2021 fall semester. Matulewicz said he does not expect the pieces to be removed from Holton Hall shortly. long after installation.
“We don’t have a timetable for when we want to withdraw them… but certainly [at least] a year, probably much longer than that, ”said Matulewicz.
Emmiley Springfield, a junior in apparel and textiles marketing, said the stock market is a chance to open up creatively.
“If I qualify as one of the winners of this scholarship, it would mean the world to me because I’m starting to dive back into the aspect of creation, and being rewarded for it would make me more than happy,” Springfield said. . “The ability to allow others to see my work and understand my story through my art is definitely a goal. “
The scholarship committee will choose the winning pieces on November 8 and recognize the winners during the week of the finals.