Sangres Art Guild

Westcliffe, CO

Scholarships

The Sangres Art Guild (SAG) will award non-renewable scholarships to Custer County High School or Custer County Homeschooled graduate(s) who will be furthering their education in an art related program in college, university or art institute with a student entering the visual arts.

Applications should be turned in by April 30th, 2023.

If you are interested in applying for a SAG scholarship, email jankraus16@gmail.com or call 719-429-4911. See also the application form.

2023

  • Sangres Art Guild awarded Custer County High School graduate Haley Jordan Nameth a $1,000 scholarship to attend Western Colorado¬†University for the 2023 – 2024 school year. Haley will be pursuing a degree in graphic arts.

2022

  • In May of 2022, SAG awarded Custer County High School graduate Harrison Walter a $1,000 scholarship to pursue a fine arts degree at Colorado Mountain College in Leadville.

2021

  • No scholarships were awarded due to lack of candidates.

2020

  • No scholarships were awarded due to lack of candidates.

2019

  • SAG awarded a $1000 scholarship to Michael B., a local student to continue pursuing an arts-related career at University of Colorado.

2018

  • SAG awarded a $500 scholarship to Michael B., a local high school student to help him pursue an arts-related career at University of Colorado.

2017

  • SAG again provided financial assistance to Custer County School to acquire needed art supplies and a series of learning tools.

2016

  • SAG again sponsored a field trip to the Denver Art Museum for high school art students of Custer County School.  Additionally, SAG purchased needed art supplies for the art students at CCS.

2015

  • SAG re-approved sponsorship of a trip to the Denver Art Museum for art students of Custer County School.
  • Additionally, SAG will sponsor several art workshops for home-schooled children in Custer County during 2015 and 2016.  The workshops will provide hands-on experiences in several art mediums and provide a casual exposure to the visual arts.

2014

  • SAG approved sponsorship of a trip to the Denver Art Museum for art students of Custer County School.  Unfortunately, the trip was not able to be fulfilled, so we will roll-over the support in 2015.

2013

  • SAG awarded a $500 scholarship to Maya J., a local high school student to help her pursue an art-related career at Western State Colorado University.

2012

  • SAG provided monetary awards to local art students via their student art show.  The monies were used for the purchase of art supplies to further their education in art.

2011

  • SAG provided a local home-schooled student interested in art, a scholarship to attend the Lorenzo Chavez workshop, hosted by the Sangres Art Guild