The Judaic Visual Arts On-Line Mentoring Program For Students Grades 7-12: FUNDED BY THE AGJA-
APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED NOW- Membership in the AGJA is not a requirementThe American Guild of Judaic Art is inviting students to participate in an international program whose mission is to teach young people to create Judaic art. It is sponsored and funded by the American Guild of Judaic Art, at no cost to student artists or their parents. Moreover, the program embraces special needs students, as well.
The American Guild of Judaic Art is composed of over 100 professional artists from around the world who are celebrated for their Jewish related art. AGJA artists volunteer to mentor student artists in a unique on-line venue.
STUDENTS: submit a formal application to the AND agree to adhere to the rules governing the AGJA mentoring program.Qualified students are selected on ROLLING ADMISSIONS basis. APPLY NOW
Julie Braley, Administrator, American Guild of Judaic Art at firstname.lastname@example.org. Write “student artist application” in the subject line.
135 Shaker Hollow, Alpharetta, GA 30022, (404) 981-2308
Need further information regarding the AGJA or the mentor program?
Please visit The American Guild of Judaic Art’s official website (www.jewishart.org) where Guild artist/ mentors display their vast array of artistic talent in the Judaic arts gallery and the On-Line Exhibition 2013, as well. The AGJA’s Facebook page is an additional resource. Contact Julie Braley, Administrator, email@example.com. Write “mentor program questions” in the subject line.
American Guild of Judaic Art (AGJA) – Administrator: Julie Braley firstname.lastname@example.org 404-091-2308
Mentor Program Director: Lawrence Mark Schloss email@example.com
Funding for Whidbey Island Jewish Community was made possible, in part, by a grant from the Special Initiatives Fund of the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle.