Vero Beach Art Club
The Vero Beach Art Club awards scholarships to Indian River County high school seniors annually to further their career in the arts. The entries are judged by three examples of their artwork, and letters of reference from their art teacher or art-related mentor. Scholarship applicants may apply as a senior who is graduating from an Indian River High School and accepted to pursue an art related course of study at an accredited higher learning institution.
The Vero Beach Art Club's mission is to encourage and support both appreciation and creation of fine art with emphasis on painting, drawing, collage and sculpture. The Vero Beach Art Club is a non-profit organization and receives funding from donations for their education programs, scholarships and school outreach, Arts for Smarts, through their four main exhibitions, Under the Oaks Fine Arts & Crafts Show, Art in the Park, Art by the Sea and the Art Trail each year.
2018 Scholarship Application now available
Our 2018 Scholarship application is now available. You may download and print the application or stop by our office.
Applications must be submitted 12:30 to 4:00 PM on Friday, March 2nd, 2018 with three examples of artwork, and one
brief letter of reference from your art teacher or art-related mentor about your abilities to:
Artist Guild Gallery, 1974 14th Ave, Vero Beach, FL 32960, Historic Downtown Vero Beach (772) 299-1234
2017 Scholarship Winners
This year we are pleased to award 4 Scholarship to the following very talented Indian River County Graduating Seniors: Maya Lindseth, Julianne Lombardi, Sheila Nguyen, Tasha Reiner.
Sheila Nguyen and Tasha Reiner who are graduating from Indian River Charter High School were each presented with a scholarship check for $3000 at Community Church on May 2, 2017.
Pictured left to right are: Lizdiel Ramos-Hering Vero Beach Art Club Vice-President, Sheila Nguyen, Tasha Reiner, Rebecca VanCordt Vero Beach Art Club President.
Maya Lindseth received her scholarship in the amount of $3000 at our Annual Luncheon/General Meeting held at the Patio on May 4, 2017. Maya is a graduate of Sebastian High School and plans to attend University of Central Florida to study art.
Pictured left to right are Rebecca VanCordt President, Alicia Callander Great-Grandmother, Maya Lindseth and Lizdael Ramos-Hering Vice President.
Julianne Lombardi received her scholarship in the amount of $3000 at St. Edward's High School on Tuesday, May 23, 2017. She plans to attend the Ringling College of Art and Design to study art.
Pictured left to right are: Julianne Lombardi and Rebecca Van Cordt Vero Beach Art Club President.