Chapman Cultural Center is pleased to announce that the application period has opened for the Mary Wheeler David Scholarship. The Mary Wheeler Davis Scholarship is an annual award open to high school seniors from Spartanburg County who are interested in pursuing an undergraduate degree in the visual or performing arts.
Applications for the Mary Wheeler Davis Scholarship will be accepted by Chapman Cultural Center through March, 16th. One scholarship of at least $1,000 is usually awarded. The selection is based on student character, financial need, and artistic potential. The scholarships are awarded based on the recommendations of a panel of community leaders with interest and expertise in the visual and performing arts. With tuition prices rising and amid a pandemic, now more than ever, this scholarship will help provide financial assistance to students looking to further their education in the arts.
The scholarship award was named in honor of Mary Wheeler Davis, who felt her purpose in life was to improve the quality of life for others, especially to enhance the artistic and cultural environment of all citizens of Spartanburg County. The family of Mary Wheeler Davis created a special trust as a memorial to her to be devoted primarily to the promotion of the arts in Spartanburg County by means of scholarships for studies in the performing and visual arts.
The Mary Wheeler Davis Scholarship is a component fund of The Spartanburg County Foundation.
In addition to completing the application, the student must submit a resume; two letters of recommendation; statements pertaining to career goals, scholarship use, and need; and support materials, such as writing samples, tapes, films, and videos. The application must be submitted to the Chapman Cultural Center offices by 5 P.M., Friday, March 16, 2022.
To apply for this scholarship, please visit www.ChapmanCulturalCenter.org.
About Chapman Cultural Center
Chapman Cultural Center provides cultural leadership for Greater Spartanburg by developing, strengthening, and promoting the scope, excellence and educational role of the arts, humanities and sciences, and to further their significance in the life of our community.
The Chapman Cultural Center is located at 200 East Saint John St in downtown Spartanburg, SC. Please visit www.ChapmanCulturalCenter.org for more information.