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Visual and Performing Arts Scholarships

Visual and Performing Arts Scholarships for 2016/2017

Visual and Performing Arts Scholarship Auditions/Interviews will be held Wednesday February 24, 2016 at 6:30pm in the Amelia G. Tapper Center for the Arts. These scholarships are for incoming and returning full time students. A high school diploma or equivalent is required by August 2016. Questions? Call 850-872-3887 or email jhedden@gulfcoast.edu

Theatre

Contact: Jason Hedden, jhedden@gulfcoast.edu, 850-872-3887

  • For Acting: Two contrasting monologues not to exceed three minutes.
  • For Musical Theatre: One monologue not to exceed 90 seconds and a song.
    (Applicants will need to bring sheet music or an accompaniment track without vocals.)
  • For Directing/Stage Management/Design: Applicants will need to come for a technical interview and bring their portfolio and resume and a sample of work if available.
  • Bring two letters of recommendation (one letter from a theatre teacher, and one from a teacher in an academic course area).
  • A copy of a high school or college transcript

Music

Contact: Carissa Hosea, chosea@gulfcoast.edu, 850-769-1551 x 2821

  • Perform two contrasting pieces on their instrument or voice. Voice applicants will need to bring sheet music or an accompaniment track without vocals.
  • Bring two letters of recommendation (one letter from a music teacher, and one from a teacher in an academic course area).
  • A copy of a high school or college transcript

Entertainment Technology

Contact: Rusty Garner, rgarner@gulfcoast.edu, 850-769-1551 x 2888

  • Be prepared for an interview with faculty
  • Bring two letters of recommendation.
  • A copy of a high school or college transcript

Art

Contact: Tammy Marinuzzi, tmarinuzzi@gulfcoast.edu, 850-769-1551 x 2890

  • A portfolio of the applicant’s work including 10-12 high quality images (need not be matted). Work may also be submitted on slides or high quality digital format (CD).
  • Bring two letters of recommendation (one letter from an art teacher, and one from a teacher in an academic course area).
  • A copy of a high school or college transcript
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