SCHOLARSHIPS IN ARTS LEADERSHIP
 

Are you prepared to be a leader in the arts? With new times come new challenges. Exciting advances in comprehensive arts education and technology make the future one of promise and infinite possibilities. The preparation of arts leaders is a central part of the mission of the North Texas Institute for Educations on the Visual Arts (NTIEVA).

The Priddy Scholarships in Arts Leadership were established in 2010 through the generosity of the Robert and Ruby Priddy Charitable Trust and the Texas Research Initiative Program (TRIP). Recipients are selected from applicants in Visual Arts and Music who are enrolled in the Arts Leadership Certificate program.

From 2005 - 2010, the Institute, in collaboration with the College of Visual Arts and Design (CVAD) and the College of Music (COM) provided Fellowships from graduate students in art and music interested in developing their leadership abilities and skills through the Priddy Charitable Trust Fellowships in Arts Leadership Program. Supported by the Robert and Ruby Priddy Charitable Trust, fifty (50) students completed the year-long intensive program of study and are filling important leadership roles in arts organizations throughout the country.

From 1995 through 2006, the Institute provided Fellowships for graduate students in art education and museum education through the Marcus Fellows Program. Supported by the Edward and Betty Marcus Foundation, fifty-three (53) students completed the year-long, intensive program of study and are filling important leadership roles in museums and schools throughout Texas and beyond.


Priddy Scholarships in Arts Leadership

Priddy Fellowships in Arts Leadership

Marcus Fellowship Program