An East London based art centre is encouraging young artistic talent across East London Boroughs through an art scholarship.
Rosetta School of Arts for Children in Newham is offering a unique opportunity for two young and creative individuals to receive a scholarship place in their ‘School of Art for Children’ programme.
Targeting children between the ages of eight and eleven, the scholarship competition is on the look out for those with a sense of individuality, creativity and artistic expression.
Hassan Vawda, administrator of Rosetta Arts Centre said: “The scholarship is open to anyone in East London or even further. It is all about encouraging and developing the arts in the community and although our centre is based in Newham, we look to the entire community of East London.”
To enter the competition, hopeful children are required to submit an A4 piece of work that can either be a painting, a collage or a drawing.
The programme itself runs for twenty weeks. Within that time the children will be introduced to new learning techniques within the realms of printmaking, pottery, painting and photography.
For those wishing to submit their A4 piece of work, it can be emailed to email@example.com or dropped off to the centre directly at 1 Hamilton Road, London, E15 3AE.
All submissions require the artists name, age and contact number for their guardian.
The final deadline to enter the scholarship competition is October 19th.
For more information visit Rosetta Arts Centre website.