Unique Funding Programs for Theatre Artists, Educators & Scholars
As the ongoing recession is affecting everyone – especially
theatre arts & education programs – money is short. No one understands that more than we do here at AATE.
This is why our Board has championed the creation of ways to
support our members during these tough times. We’ve also located some unique
funding programs outside of our own organizations to help support the herculean
efforts of our country’s most talented theatre artists & educators. You.
Have a look. It’s worth a peek. Maybe there’s a fit.
AATE Lin Wright Professional Teaching Grant
The Lin Wright Professional Teaching Grant supports the work and professional development of an exemplary secondary school teacher through the introduction of AATE’s national professional network. The $3,000 grant funds registration and travel expenses to attend AATE conferences in 2014 and 2015, and a project aimed to grow or enrich the theatre program in their school or to make the program more visible in their community.
To apply, please click here. Deadline: March 15, 2014
AATE Betsy Quinn Scholarship
The American Alliance for Theatre and Education proudly introduces the Betsy Quinn Scholarship Initiative, developed to support attendance and participation at the AATE annual conference by the youth members of a well-deserving and high-quality youth programs, particularly those involving under-served populations. The youth members will present some aspect of their programming as a part of their conference attendance. This award was created in 2011 in celebration of Betsy Quinn’s leadership and dedication to the American Alliance for Theatre and Education.
Don and Elizabeth Doyle Fellowship
The Don and Elizabeth Doyle Fellowship Committee is pleased to announce the fifth Annual Doyle Fellowship, named for the Doyles for a lifetime of creative work in Theatre for Youth. This award will be given to an outstanding graduate-level student of demonstrated artistic ability in the area of Theatre for Youth. In addition, the candidate should indicate a professional interest in pursuing career goals consistent with the legacy of the Doyles.
Winifred Ward Scholarship
The Winifred Ward Memorial Fund, Inc. is pleased to announce the 35th Annual Winifred Ward Scholarship, named for the pioneer of children’s theatre and creative drama in the United States. The 35th award of $8,000 will be given to an outstanding graduate-level student who has demonstrated intellectual and artistic ability in the area of child drama/theatre. In addition, the candidate should indicate a professional interest in pursuing career goals consistent with the legacy of Winifred Ward.