2014 Scholarship Winners

Smith Mountain Arts Council has awarded Julia Robertson and Sage Wright two-year college scholarships in the amount of $2000 each. Julia is a senior at Staunton River High School; Sage a senior at Franklin County High School. The scholarships will be paid $1000 per year for the first two years of college.

Students applying for SMAC scholarships must demonstrate talent in the Performing, Visual or Literary Arts as well as exhibit academic qualifications. Sage is a violinist planning to be a professional musician and business person, majoring in management and music performance; Julia an artist planning to do a double major in art [fine art or graphic design] and French. And in addition to their impressive artistic talents Sage and Julia have distinguished high school records, accomplishments and commendations.

SMAC applications are open to seniors at Franklin County High School, Gretna High School, Staunton River High School and students home-school in these geographic areas. The scholarships, along with SMAC’s other youth programs, are an important part of its mission to comprehensively promote the arts at the Lake. The Scholarship Committee received nine applications this year and was particularly impressed by the skill and hard work these students efforts promise for the future.


2014 Winner Sage Wright
with Jim Mullens
(Julia Robertson not pictured)

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