Scholarship & Community Art Grants

2023-2024 Scholarship and Community Grant Program

Each year the Guild is able to award scholarship grants to deserving Havasu School Seniors and College students who will be enrolling in accredited art classes. The Guild's Scholarship Committee considers applications from exceptionally talented and deserving area students. Scholarship applications may be turned in between January 1 through March 15th. This committee also awards grants for community visual arts projects as funds are available. Please contact the Scholarship Chairman for additional information. Please see the Contact Us page for the Scholarship Chairman's contact information. Applications can be found on the Forms page – see Scholarship Application or Community Art Grant application in PDF format.

Havasu Art Guild Scholarship news:

2022 Scholarship Awards:

The mission of the Art Guild is to encourage individual and community interest in the creative arts and crafts, and to develop the natural abilities of members in all areas of artistic endeavor.

This year, we are proud to announce the awards given to three talented young people.

Results of Scholarship interviews and Scholarship Award Recommendations were presented to the Board of Directors by Andrea Fisher. The Board Approved results are as follows:


Kaitlyn Conklin: Kaitlin was awarded a $3,000 HAG scholarship last season as a

Senior at Lake Havasu High School (graduated with a 3.8 GPA). She will be a sophomore at NAU in the fall in their Lumberjack program, is on the Dean's List, and is in her second year as an Interior Design major. Her art covers various art media.

Scholarship Committee Score: 5.0 out of 5.0.

Scholarship Award this year: $3,000.

Faith Davis: Faith is a Senior at Lake Havasu High School (current GPA 4.425). She has been accepted at NAU in their Lumberjack program and is a Fine Arts major. Faith has participated in multiple community projects and charitable organizations. Faith was recommended for scholarship by Pam Reinke...

Scholarship Committee Score: 5.0 out of 5.0.

Scholarship Award this year: $3,000.

Adam Romano is a new candidate this year. Adam is a member of HAG. He is currently working on his AA Degree (planned completion by 5/2023) while maintaining a GPA 4.0. Adam has been accepted as an on-line student at MCC. His goal is the earn an MS degree in Painting and Museum Curating as well as remain an artist. Adam was recommended for scholarship by both Pam Reinke and Teresa Keele.

Scholarship Committee Score: 4.67 out of 5.0.

Scholarship Award this year: $1,000

Congratulations to the Scholarship Award winners!