Wellington Art Society to Present Scholarships at Their May Meeting
The Wellington Art Society will present scholarships to this year’s recipients of the society’s Scholarship
Program at their May 12, 2021 meeting. The meeting and presentation will take place through the
Wellington Art Society’s virtual Zoom link, which is distributed via e-mail to all members. A meet-and-
greet will begin at 7 p.m., followed by the member spotlight and a brief meeting. The meeting will
conclude with the presentation of scholarships to three deserving high school seniors. The public is
invited. RSVP by e-mail to email@example.com.
The students who will be receiving scholarships this year are Makena Vargo of American Heritage
School, Olivia Cunningham of The King’s Academy and Sasha Bass of Dreyfoos School of the Arts (DSOA).
The scholarships will be presented by WAS Scholarship Chair, Lynn Doyal. Each student will have the
opportunity to share about their work and plans for the future.
The Wellington Art Society (WAS) has been supporting the advancement of arts in the Palm Beach
community since 1981 with the intent to encourage young artists to pursue art careers, provide
programming that expands art in public places, and to make art accessible within the community daily.
The WAS Scholarship Program was established in 2001 to provide scholarships to talented young artists
for art related College and University expenses and tuition costs. Over the past 2 decades WAS is proud
to have awarded over $100,000 to students within our community. Past recipients of the WAS
Scholarship have gone on to become educators, illustrators, authors, curators, artistic directors,
professional artists and arts advocates.
To support the Scholarship Program, the WAS relies solely upon money raised from donations,
membership dues, monthly raffles, artist exhibitions, annual art shows, and commissions. To make a
donation, please visit www.WellingtonArtSociety.org
The Wellington Art Society is a non-profit charitable organization in its 40th year. It is open to artists of
all mediums and patrons of the arts, allowing both local and regional artists to display their art work in
local galleries, interact with other artists and serve the community through their art.
For further information about the Wellington Art Society, please visit www.wellingtonartsociety.org.