Scholarship Outreach Programs

SCHOLARSHIP/ COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAMS

The Prince William Art Society has awarded two competitive scholarships every academic year since 2008 to selected Prince William county students in the 12th grade preparing to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts or Art Education.  In May 2017 an award of one thousand dollars will again be presented to each of two student winners of the Jewell Pratt Burns Scholarship.

The application is available on-line and should be consulted for information on the requirements and the deadline for entries.


Malayna Moorer and Ms. Burns pose during the awards ceremonyLeft to right:  Elisha Dukes, Jewell P Burns and Elisha's proud motherOn 22 May 2017 the Prince William Art Society held it's annual Jewell Pratt Burns Scholarship award ceremony. Two students going on to study for degrees in Fine Arts were each awarded $1,000 scholarships. Certificates and checks were presented by Ms. Burns to Elisha Dukes of Woodbridge Senior High School and to Malayna Moorer of Stonewall Jackson High School to celebrate their artistic talent and to support them as they go on to study Fine Arts and forge a career in the Arts.

The community has been, and continues to be, supportive of our efforts to assist our next generation of artists. The application is available on-line and should be consulted for information on the requirements and the deadline for entries.



Celebrating our county's artistically talented youth










On 23 May 2015 the Prince William Art Society held it's annual Jewell Pratt Burns Scholarship award ceremony. The $1,000 scholarship was presented by Ms. Burns to Justine Kraynak of Woodbridge Senior High School to celebrate her artistic talent and to support her as she goes on to study Fine Arts in higher education.

The community has been, and continues to be, supportive of our efforts to assist our next generation of artists. The application is available on-line and should be consulted for information on the requirements and the deadline for entries.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


On 21 May, the 2014 the “Jewell Pratt Burns Scholarship”, named for a longstanding member of the Prince William Art Society, was presented at our annual awards ceremony, by its namesake to:

Rachel Chung from Osbourn Park High School, Manassas, Virginia, who plans on continuing her studies at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, Virginia.

 and

Ruby Williams from Patriot High School, Nokesville, Virginia,  who plans on continuing her studies at Virginia Commonwealth   University, Richmond, Virginia.

The community has been, and continues to be, supportive of our efforts to assist our next generation of artists. The application is available on-line and should be consulted for information on the requirements and the deadline for entries.

   Rachel Chung
Ruby Williams

 


On 15 May, the 2013 Jewell Pratt Burns Scholarship, named for a longstanding member of the Prince William Art Society, was presented at our annual awards ceremony, by its namesake to:

 Catherine Winings of Woodbridge Senior High School who plans on continuing her studies at the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), and

Jared Goodman of Brentsville District High School, who plans on continuing his education in the arts the Art Institute of Washington-Dulles.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Work on the left is by:

Catherine Winings

Woodbridge Senior High School  2013

School of Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Work on the right is by:

Jared Goodman

Brentsville District High School  2013

Art Institute of Washington-Dulles

 

 

 

 

 


The 2012 Jewell Pratt Burns Scholarship, named for a longstanding member of the society, was given by its namesake to Victoria Lafranchise of Woodbridge High School and Julia Moore of Forest Park High School at our annual awards ceremony.

Both recipients are bound for Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, where they intend to study art.  

In 2007 it was decided that the Prince William Art Society would expand its goals to include raising money to award a scholarship to students within the Prince William County school system.

Members contributed original works of art to our first fund-raiser in 2007, which produced a lovely art calendar. We had a good response and hence in the spring of 2008 our first 'Jewell Pratt Burns Scholarship’ was awarded to two high school students who were pursuing further education in the Arts.

 Subsequently, in 2008 further art was donated and this fund-raising effort produced fine quality note cards, suitable for framing. With the frequent addition of new art works, these note cards have been offered continuously since 2008, and will be available for purchase again this year.

The community has been, and continues to be, supportive of our efforts to assist our next generation of artists. We met our goal of two $1,000 scholarships in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012. In 2013 the Prince William Art Society will offer one $1,000 first place scholarship and one $500 scholarship to students who will be seeking degrees in the Fine Arts. The application is available on-line and should be consulted for information on the requirements and the deadline for entries.


In May 2011 the Prince William Art Society presented the IV Annual Jewell Pratt Burns Scholarship Awards of $1000 each to two extremely talented Prince William County High School art students.  

Recipients were Taylor Fox, graduating student from Brentsville District High School, who will be attending the Arts Program at UVA and Christopher Green, a graduating student from Osborn Park High School, who will also be attending the Arts Program at UVA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


In May 2010 the Prince William Art Society presented the III Annual Jewell Pratt Burns Scholarship Awards of $1000 each to two extremely talented Prince William County High School art students.  

 Our recipients were Sompaseth Chounlamany of Brentsville District High School and Kamille Jackson of Woodbridge High School.

Both students are continuing their art studies in college. Funds for the scholarships have been raised by profits from workshops and the sale of note cards made from members’ original art.

 

 

 

 

 

 


The 2009 recipients of the Annual Jewell Pratt Burns Scholarship Awards were Caleb Fletcher  and  Liddy Seager.  Each student received $1000.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


The 2008 recipients of the Annual Jewell Pratt Burns Scholarship Awards of $1000 each were to two extremely talented students Danny Morgan and Brittany Person.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Left to right:  Alice La Bier, Danny Morgan, Brittany Person, Jewell Pratt Burns

 


In 2007, member Alice La Bier proposed that the Prince William Art Society expand its goals to include raising money to award a scholarship to students within the Prince William County school system. The board brought the proposal before the membership, who voted to support the scholarship.  

Members contributed original works of art to our first fundraiser in 2007,which produced a lovely art calendar. We had a good response and hence in the spring of 2008 our first 'Jewell Pratt Burns Scholarship’ was awarded to two high school students who were pursuing further education in the Arts.

Subsequently, in 2008 further art was donated and this fundraising effort produced fine quality note cards, suitable for framing which were updated for 2011 and enabled the continuation of the scholarship. The community has been, and continues to be, supportive of our efforts to assist our next generation of artists.  The application is available on-line and should be consulted for information on the requirements and the deadline for entries.