Arts Funding Available for Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Student Projects!
Come see what it's about at the information session at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 16 in the lobby of the Center for the Visual Arts.
The College of the Arts provides Flash Grants for undergraduate student art, design, research and creative projects. The grant is open to students from any discipline in the College of the Arts, as long as the team is composed of students working in different disciplines, either in another school in the College of the Arts or another unit across campus. The team's project manager must be an undergraduate student on the Kent Campus who is currently enrolled in a major within the College of the Arts. Other team participants may be students from any school/department/college on the Kent Campus. A total of FIVE awards of up to $600 each will be granted to student teams for supplies.
Do you want to explore or create something new or different?
Are you passionate about an idea?
Do you want to experiment with unusual materials?
Are you curious and want to do more research?
Do you want to test the boundaries between art forms?
Do you want to work with students in a major different from your own?
Deadline is November 18, 2019
To apply, students will submit a 500-word project summary and a one-page budget. Selected finalists will "pitch" their project to a team of jurors for no longer than 5 minutes.
Teams will be required to present either completed projects or "in process" projects at the KSU Undergraduate Research Symposium, Spring semester, in the KSU Ballroom and write a brief report to the Dean of the College of the Arts at project completion.