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Art

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Scholarships

The Art discipline annually awards scholarships to declared Art majors based on artistic merit. The number of scholarships awarded varies from year to year, with the value of individual scholarships generally ranging from approximately $200 - $2,000.

Eligibility Criteria

Students who have earned 27 or more UWGB upper-level art studio credits are not eligible for art scholarships.

David L. Damkoehler Scholarship

David L. Damkoehler was an area businessman and father of Professor Emeritas David L. Damkoehler. This scholarship is endowed by the Damkoehler family.
Open to: Full-time continuing students with a declared major in Art and a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA, who graduated from a high school in the Wisconsin counties of Brown, Door, Forest, Marinette, Oconto or Shawano.

Hagemeister Family Art Scholarship

This scholarship is in honor of Henry Hagemeister III, Charlotte Nelson Hagemeister, and Karon (Eltgroth Hagemeister) Winzenz, UW-Green Bay Professor Emerita. The scholarship is endowed by Annelies Hagemeister and Kristina Hagemeister.
Open to: Any declared major in Art with a 3.0 minimum GPA.

Craig A Mueller Scholarship

Captain Craig A. Mueller was a 1971 graduate of UW-Green Bay with a degree in Communication and the Arts, and one of the first students to graduate from UW-Green Bay. Mueller was a commercial airline pilot and avid sailor.
Open to: Any declared major in art who will have at least sophomore standing in the following academic year and a 2.5 minimum GPA.

William Prevetti Scholarship

William Prevetti was a Professor of Art at UW-Green Bay from 1968-1983. He taught printmaking and drawing.
Open to: Any declared major in Art.

Michael Kazar Scholarship

Michael Kazar was a Professor of Art at UW-Green Bay from 1969-1980. He taught art education and watercolor painting.
Open to: Any declared major in Art.

Althea Steele Lederer Scholarship

Althea Lederer was an area resident with an interest in art. This Scholarship is endowed by her late husband Albert.
Open to: Any continuing student with a declared major in Art with preference to students with a physical disability.

Selection Criteria

Scholarships are selected by the Art Discipline faculty based on criteria similar to those used to evaluate student work in studio courses.

  • Formal Quality - Is there a successful application of visual elements and principles?
  • Technical Mastery - Does the work show a command of processes, materials and techniques?
  • Conceptual Depth - Is there a successful incorporation of content and concept into the work presented?
  • Integration - Is there a mutually reinforcing relationship between form, technique, and concept?
  • Context - Where appropriate, does the work show an awareness of historical, contemporary or other (e.g. outsider, ethnic, etc.) traditions?
  • Consistency - Is there consistency of quality, style, concept and approach appropriate for undergraduate work?
  • Artist's Statement - Is the statement articulate and does it relate well to the work presented?

Application Procedures

See the Art Scholarship Application Form for due dates and application procedures.

Scholarship recipients are announced at the opening reception for Senior Exhibition II in the Lawton Gallery.