The Department of Art, Graphic Design and Art History has numerous scholarships and internship possibilities available throughout a student’s career at OSU. Select here for complete list of scholarships.
Congratulations to all the 2019-2020 winners! See winners list here.
ART DEPARTMENT SCHOLARSHIPS
- Click here to view the Scholarship Information Sheet regarding our regularly endowed scholarships. The next endowment will be Spring 2020.
- Scholarship Application
Scholarship applications for the Department of Art, Graphic Design, and Art History are accepted through the online program Slideroom. There is no cost to set up a slideroom account, and no cost to apply for a scholarship.
Each year Universal Limited Art Editions, a renowned printmaking studio in Bay Shore, New York, provides all-expenses-paid internships for three students in the OSU Art Department. ULAE is owned by Bill Goldston, OSU alumnus. Read how this scholarship experience influneced an art students life. Audrey Gleason ULAE - Summer 2018
Travel courses are available for both majors and non-majors. The Doel Reed Scholarships and the Study Abroad Scholarships are available to undergraduates and graduate students.
MONEY TO STUDY ABROAD
- You can apply for scholarships for OSU study abroad classes. Visit the Arts and Sciences Study Abroad Scholarship page:
- Students without a passport can apply for the Gary Auel First Passport Grant. All OSU undergraduate and graduate students applying for their first US passport may apply. Gerry Auel First Passport Grant
- Visit the Art Department Study Abroad page to see the exciting trips Art Students have taken.
COURSES AT THE DOEL REED CENTER
Hosted at the Doel Reed Center for the Arts in Taos, New Mexico
Art 4800 : Jewelry Making in Taos
July 8 - July 19, 2019
This two-week jewelry making course requires no previous experience and will be taught on the grounds of Oklahoma State University’s Doel Reed Center in Taos, New Mexico. Students will create unique one-of-a-kind jewelry with a distinctly southwestern aesthetic in silver, based upon field trips to museums and historical research sites in Taos and Santa Fe. Traditional metalworking techniques used to create many of the objects observed in the museums/galleries including tufa casting and repoussé conch forms will be demonstrated while learning to silver solder, set stones in both prong and bezel settings, and develop other foundational metalworking skills.
Generous scholarships are available—apply today! Visit the link below.
Doel Reed Scholarships