en Español.

Thank you for your interest in our 2014 Summer Camps and Classes Scholarship program.  My name is Lindsay Genshaft and I will be coordinating our Summer Camps and Classes this year.

Below you will find information on how our process works, how to apply, and when applications will be due. We have a limited number of spots available this year and the process is competitive, so please take the time to consider your application carefully.

I am here to assist you as much as possible with this process, so please do not hesitate to contact me via email if you have any questions or would like some guidance in filling out your application. Spanish language applications are also available. For assistance in Spanish, please call 720-913-0072.

Sincerely, Lindsay Genshaft Coordinator of Community and Family Programs

How to Apply

The Denver Art Museum (DAM) offers one scholarship per class or camp. Instead of offering full or partial scholarships, the DAM asks parents to pay what they can for their child’s camp or class. Students are chosen based upon their interest in art, how much they would benefit from the program, and the financial needs of the family

To apply for a scholarship, fill out and submit the application form below. Please do not hesitate to contact the coordinator, Lindsay Genshaft, if you have any questions or would like some guidance in filling out your application.

All applications are due at the DAM by 5pm on Friday, March 21, 2014.

We will notify all scholarship recipients of their placements during the first week of April 2014.

Contact Information
Student Information
Please list desired class or camp in order of preference. We will make very effort to place you in your first choice, but cannot make any guarantees.
How much would you be able to pay?
Please answer the following questions.
How did you hear about this scholarship?
Has your child received a scholarship in the past?
In 3 or 4 sentences, please tell us about your child's interest in art, both learning about it and creating it. How do you think he or she would benefit from the program? Why does your family need a scholarship to make this possible?