George & Cordelia Oliver Undergraduate Drawing Scholarship 2020: This is to inform you that the Scholarships At Glasgow School of Art – UK 2020 is now available and open for applications from suitably qualified candidates. Application Deadline for George & Cordelia Oliver Undergraduate Drawing Scholarship is 27 May 2020.
Are you interested in Arts? Are you looking at pursuing a scholarship program in UK? The Glasgow School of Art – UK is offering the George & Cordelia Oliver Drawing Scholarships to applicants who are interested in studying for a degree program at the Institution. The opportunity is open for international students and will provide them aid financially of £1,000 per year for up to four years.
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Students from the School of Fine Art programs may be eligible to apply for the scholarship below.
Cordelia and her husband, George, were both artists and studied at GSA. Cordelia studied Drawing & Painting from 1939-45 and during that time she won the Guthrie portrait prize and continued, after graduation, to teach evening classes here. She and George married in 1948; he was a photographer and travel writer.
Cordelia developed her skills as an arts correspondent for a variety of publications, and they sometimes worked together covering major arts events. After George died in 1990 Cordelia continued to write and was still covering the arts in Artwork, Scotland’s arts newspaper, up to the week before she died in 2009. This scholarship in George & Cordelia’s name was offered for the first time in 2012.
Value of the scholarship: £1,000 per year
Duration of the scholarship: Up to 4 years depending on the length of the course
Number of scholarships available: 1
Subject eligibility: All BA(Hons) Fine Arts degree programs
Domicile Eligibility: Open to all students
Additional eligibility requirements:
Applicants must demonstrate exceptional ability in drawing without the use of a computer by submitting a piece of work. The work must be a maximum of A5 size. Your scholarship application must include one digital image of your piece of work.