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Central Florida Community Arts is excited to launch the “Stars of Tomorrow” Scholarship Program.

After receiving a generous donation from the Barry L. Miller Foundation for Arts and Education, Central Florida Community Arts announced this Scholarship Program for High School Seniors who are planning to attend a 4-year or 2-year University for any one of the following disciplines:

• Dance
• Instrumental Music Performance
• Musical Theatre
• Theatre
• Visual Arts
• Vocal Performance

Scholarship recipients will receive scholarships in the amount of $1,000 and will be featured in a culminating performance alongside fellow scholarship recipients.

Requirements for Application:

• Students must be a graduating high school senior.
• Students should demonstrate proficiency in their chosen Discipline of study.
• Students should be accepted to a 2-year or 4-year University in their chosen Discipline. Acceptance letters must be provided at the audition/interview.
• Financial Need will also be a consideration for scholarship recipients, and a copy of the FAFSA (Federal Application for Federal Student Aid) will be requested at the Audition/Interview.

To Apply:

• Follow the instructions below. All fields are required for consideration.
• Selected applicants will be invited for an interview and a live audition in front of a selection committee.
• Scholarship winners will be required to perform at a culminating performance with their fellow scholarship recipients in May or June of 2017. This date will be provided at the Interview/Live Audition.
• APPLICATION DEADLINE: We will take applications through April 21

Questions? E-mail our Scholarship Coordinator, Donald Rupe, at theatre@cfcarts.com

Scholarship Form
First & Last
(Dance, Instrumental, Musical Theatre, Theatre, Visual Arts, Vocal)
(Dance/Vocal/Instrumental/Musical Theatre/Visual Arts/Theatre)
Upload a link of a 3-5 Minute performance showcasing the student's ability in her/his chosen discipline. Videos should be shot so that the student's entire body is visible throughout the performance (please do not zoom in/out or add any movement of the camera)
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Maximum upload size: 10.49MB
Upload a Word Document that includes an essay that is no more than 500 words that answers one or several of the following questions: • What career path would you like to follow in your discipline? • Describe the moment you knew you wanted to pursue your discipline as a career. • Describe a difficult moment in your life and how you were able to overcome it.
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Provide a recent photograph of yourself. If you do not have a professional headshot, this is okay, but please provide a photo that could be used in marketing materials should you be selected as a scholarship recipient.
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For these Unofficial Transcripts, a word document that displays your academic history is sufficient (this does not necessarily need to come directly from your counselor). IMPORTANT: Should you be selected to attend a live audition, you will need to provide an Official, sealed transcript from your Guidance Counselor.
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Word Doc or PDF
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Word Doc or PDF
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Upload a Document that includes clear images of 5 pieces of artwork that showcase your skills as an artist. Within the document, include any relevant descriptions of your piece (Title, Medium, size, materials used, etc.). Recognizing that images can seriously diminish the intent of the artwork, we will be inviting EACH Visual Artist to bring in 3 of these pieces of artwork to a live critique.

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