Each year the Arkansas Committee selects an Arkansas woman student attending an Arkansas university or college to receive a stipend to collaborate with a mentor working in an Arkansas museum, gallery, or arts institution. The internship is designed to give the student an opportunity to learn about and make contributions to the cultural life of Arkansas while enriching her Program of Study related to the advancement of fine arts, art history, or arts administration. Chosen from numerous applicants, the internship has enabled recipients to pursue real-life work experiences in the arts.
To issue a $2,000 stipend to an outstanding woman student in an Arkansas institution of higher learning who wants to learn about and make contributions to the cultural life of Arkansas.
The deadline to apply is December 31. The award is announced February 1.
- Applicant must be 18 years of age or older and have resided in the state for at least one year.
- Previous Arkansas Committee Intern recipients are ineligible.
- Current family members of Arkansas Committee board members are ineligible.
- Applicant must pre-contact/collaboratively organize the internship project with the institution.
- Applicant must provide proof of institutional availability and participation by supplying the institutional mentor contact information and a description of the proposed collaborative project.
- Recipient may use the stipend for any expense: transportation, meals/lodging, child care, etc.
- Recipient must complete the project within the calendar year of receiving the stipend.
- Recipient must submit a report of how the stipend was used to the ACNMWA Internship Committee.
- Recipient must make an oral presentation to the ACNMWA Board of Directors upon the culmination of the project.