We are committed to making our classes available to everyone by offering scholarships and tuition assistance. A dedicated amount of financial assistance is available each year to adults, youth, and teens that otherwise cannot afford to participate in Pratt classes or workshops.
A limited amount of tuition assistance is available throughout the year to adults and youth who otherwise cannot afford to participate in Pratt’s programs. This award will give the recipient credit towards classes or workshops. If awarded, Tuition Assistance will cover 50% or 75% of the specified class. Tuition Assistance is only applicable to the class requested and is only applied to tuition. Participants will be responsible for supply fees and materials associated with their chosen class. Fees and the balance of tuition must be paid at the time of registration.
The award is based on financial need. Applicants may be beginning, intermediate or advanced students.
Tuition Assistance application forms are not considered registration forms for classes. Recipients will be advised of any award and must register for the class at that time, space in the class permitting. This application is for the current session only and will not be carried forward. Completion of a Tuition Assistance application form does not guarantee you will be awarded Tuition Assistance. :
All applications must include the following information
Incomplete applications will not be eligible for consideration
Deadline for Applications
Tuition Assistance is awarded on a rolling basis. See @Pratt Magazine or application for deadlines. Applications may be dropped off at Pratt’s front desk, emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to:
Attn: Brandi Clark Director of Programs
Pratt Fine Arts Center
1902 S Main St
Seattle, WA 98144
Pratt is proud to offer merit and financial need-based scholarships in every visual arts discipline taught in our studios. Awards are used towards classes and studio rental at Pratt and are available for adults and teens, and emerging and established artists. Some awards include a cash stipend.Please note that because scholarship availability is based on funding; Pratt reserves the right to discontinue any scholarship.
Art Bridge Fellowship 2013 (merit/adult): Application period closed for 2013
The Art Bridge Fellowship provides educational and professional support to emerging artists from Washington State, thanks to generous support from RBC Wealth Management and Chihuly Garden and Glass. The awards may be used towards course work, supplies, and studio rental (with completion of rental test) and participation in Artist Trust’s EDGE Program. Two awards of $2,500 each will be given to emerging visual artists who demonstrate artistic merit. Application deadline was December 14, 2012.
Pohlman Knowles Teen Scholarship
This scholarship was founded by and named in honor of artists Jenny Pohlman and Sabrina Knowles to provide ongoing art opportunities for Seattle’s high school students, with particular emphasis on inner-city high school youth. They continue to support this scholarship through an annual donation of art to Pratt’s annual auction. Selected students will be awarded scholarships ranging from $200 to $600 in credit to be used at Pratt Fine Arts Center. Awards may be used for classes, art weeks and workshops in any of Pratt’s studios.
Eligibility: Pratt board members and all administrative staff are not eligible to apply. Instructors, coordinators, Pratt Points volunteers and monitors are not considered administrative staff.