The Seacoast Artist Association Scholarships are awarded to local high school students

EXETER – The Seacoast Artist Association of Exeter has named its seven winners of the 2022 Art Grants. For the past 34 years, the Grants Committee has worked with local public secondary school teachers and guidance counselors who choose one talented senior from each school who pursues art studies in college or university.

This year’s nominees are Eythan Perry of Dover High School who will study studio art and digital design at Keene State College; Alexander Greubel from Epping High who will study Digital Media Design at UNH in Durham; Selena Hernandez of Newmarket High, Design/Sculpture/Painting/Video/Photography at Maine College of Art or U of MO; Portsmouth High’s Ally Casa, Film/Animation/Video at RISD; Jimmy Scanlon of Sanborn Regional, Design/Painting/Drawing/Photography/Video Animation at Plymouth State University; Shelby Mackey of Spaulding High, Fine Arts in Sculpture at New England College; Sadie Holland of York High School, New Media Design at Rochester Institute of Technology.

The Seacoast Artist Association is an all-volunteer non-profit organization. Donations are eligible for tax deductions and can be made through their website, by sending a check to the Seacoast Artist Association Scholarship Fund, 130 Water St., Exeter, NH 03833, or in person at the gallery. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Monthly Artist Receptions are held on the second Friday from 5-7 p.m. and all are welcome.

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