2015 Borderless Art Scholarship

About Imagining More
Imagining More was established to promote education, arts and athletics. It was born from the limitations that young people face when pursuing extracurricular activities during their academic years.  Our goal is to support multi-cultural individuals who wish to pursue education, art projects and/or sport programs, as well as to create awareness about the importance of developing into a multi-dimensional individual.

The Contest
Imagining More is happy to announce its second Borderless Art Scholarship to promote interdisciplinary pursuits amongst arts and athletics. All students enrolled in their junior or senior year of high school are welcome to submit a proposal for an art project that best exemplifies the essence of being a student athlete.

Two contest winners will be provided a stipend of $300 dollars to develop a project that will later be exhibited during the 2015 Borderless Art Exhibit – Portland, to be held in the spring of 2015. In addition to creating new pieces of art, scholarship recipients will be asked to write a one page essay about their work and how it relates to their experiences as a young student pursuing both arts and athletics.

At the spring show, Imagining More will also award an additional scholarship of $1,000 dollars to be applied towards college tuition for the 2015-2016 academic year. Artwork produced through this project will become property of Imagining More.

Deadline December 1st, 2014

Apply for the 2015 Borderless Art Scholarship – Portland 

2013 Borderless Art Scholarship Recipients

Rosa Vazquez, 2013 Borderless Art Scholarship recipientt
Rosa Vazquez from San Luis Potosi, Mexico
Mandy Zeng from San Francisco, CA