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PPAC's Arts Scholarships, sponsored by Textron Charitable Trust.

2020 ARTS SCHOLARSHIPS APPLICATIONS ARE NOW AVAILABLE!!
 

                   

The Providence Performing Arts Center’s Community Outreach Committee is requesting applications to the 2020 ARTS Scholarships program.  The ARTS Scholarships program, sponsored by The Textron Charitable Trust and PPAC’s Annual Fund donors with support from Ocean State Charities Trust, awards up to $500 in financial assistance to each of 30 winning Rhode Island students (15 from Providence, 15 from other Rhode Island communities) for summer arts education programs.  

To be eligible, a student must:

  • be aged 11 - 14 by June 1, 2020
  • reside in and attend school in Rhode Island
  • demonstrate artistic ability and interest
  • demonstrate financial need
  • submit a completed application

 

All applications must be filled out completely and correctly, signed by the student, the parent or guardian, and the student’s sponsor and submitted with supporting materials no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, February 28, 2020.

Applications, guidelines, and summer arts program lists are available through the links below or can be picked up at the PPAC Administrative Office at 220 Weybosset Street, 2nd Floor, Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  For questions or further information, contact Cynthia Goldsmith at 401-574-3105.
 

 

Congratulations to the 2019 ARTS Scholarships Winners pictured below!

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2019 ARTS SCHOLARSHIPS RECIPIENTS
 

Kayloni Almonte – Sophia Academy, Providence

Riley Barrio – Gov. Christopher DelSesto Middle School, Providence

Alexis Belanger – Joseph L. McCourt Middle School, Cumberland

Bailey Brennan – Frank E. Thompson Middle School, Newport

Asniel Cruzeta – Carl G. Lauro Elementary School, Providence

Claire Cunningham – Lincoln School, Providence

Joseph Davis – Sarah Dyer Barnes Elementary School, Johnston

Isabella D’Errico – Nicholas A. Ferri Middle School, Johnston

Tatiana DiCecco – Western Hills Middle School, Cranston

Cristofer Flores – Gov. Christopher DelSesto Middle School, Providence

Mia Gomez – Carl G. Lauro Elementary School, Providence

Cadence Koenig Western Hills Middle School, Cranston

Zachary Leone – Hope Highlands Middle School, Cranston

Avery Lough – Saint Philip School, Greenville

Thynashia Lovett – Esek Hopkins Middle School, Providence

Camden Lussier – Western Hills Middle School, Cranston

Delia Macedo – Francis J. Varieur Elementary School, Pawtucket

Ashley Matos – Hugh B. Bain Middle School, Cranston

Payton Mays – Western Hills Middle School, Cranston

Alayna Medina – Warwick Veterans Memorial Middle School, Warwick

Bilma Morales – Carl G. Lauro Elementary School, Providence

Migdalia Morales – Segue Institute for Learning, Central Falls

Cain Morton – John F. Deering Middle School, West Warwick

Ashley Muchiri – Barrington Christian Academy, Barrington

Paolo Ordinola – Nathanael Greene Middle School, Providence

Wendy Panadero Dubon – Esek Hopkins Middle School, Providence

Shaily Quiroa – Gov. Christopher DelSesto Middle School, Providence

Saphire Rai-Hoffman – French American School, Providence

Fabricio Reyes – Carl G. Lauro Elementary School, Providence

Isabel Sullivan – Saint Margaret School, Rumford

Xyarrah Tejeda – Carl G. Lauro Elementary School, Providence

Maggrey Volcimus – Gov. Christopher DelSesto Middle School, Providence

 

2019 Keri Anne O’Donnell Scholarship Recipient:

Nina Lautieri – Nicholas A. Ferri Middle School, Johnston

Funded by the Keri Anne O’Donnell Memorial Fund

 

2019 Jessie’s Dream Scholarship Recipient:

Haylie O’Connor – John F. Deering Middle School, West Warwick

Funded by Jessie's Dream Scholarship Fund

 

2019 Desiree Mesolella Art Scholarship Recipient:

Karyssa Maynard – Ponaganset High School, North Scituate

Funded by Desiree Mesolella Art Scholarships