We offer scholarships each year to help introduce more people to the power of craft. All scholarships can be applied to in-person or online workshops! The deadline for all applications is March 1st unless noted differently below.
Art Educator Scholarships
Four 50% tuition scholarships for art teachers.
Dorothy Youth Art Scholarships
Full tuition scholarships for students who have financial need to take youth art workshops. Materials are also covered.
Ferne Williams Memorial Scholarship
One full scholarship including tuition and lodging for a college student to attend a fine metals workshop
Huber-Weyer Youth Scholarships
Four full-tuition scholarships for high school students
Lenore G. Tawney Foundation Fiber Tuition Scholarship
One full scholarship including tuition, materials, lodging and meals for a Fiber workshop
Marie Zimmermann Legacy Metals Scholarships
Full scholarships including tuition, materials, lodging and/or meals for Fine Metals or Blacksmithing workshops
Making Their Mark College Student Scholarships
Full scholarships including tuition, materials, lodging and/or meals for college students to take a workshop in any studio
Matriculated College Student Scholarships
Scholarships for current college students offering 50% tuition and lodging discount on any workshop
Mudslinger Ceramics Scholarship
Five scholarships including tuition, materials, lodging and/or meals up to $1,000 for a Ceramic workshop.
Bruce Dehnert Ceramic Scholarship
One scholarship to cover tuition, lodging and meals for a ceramic workshop.
Society of Inclusive Blacksmiths Scholarship
One full scholarship to individuals from historically marginalized groups, which includes anyone who identifies as BIPOC, LGBTQA+, female, or disabled to participate in a blacksmithing workshop at Peters Valley.
Deadline to apply is April 1st
Peters Valley is excited to offer a scholarship each year in partnership with The Furniture Society, a non-profit organization representing, promoting, and connecting furniture makers, designers, collectors, curators, educators and manufacturers from around the world.
We are also excited to continue a partnership with Crafting the Future to increase access for members of underrepresented communities who can benefit from Peters Valley’s craft education and creative community.
The Friends of Marie Zimmermann organization generously fund metals scholarships for a student from Pratt Institute and Delaware Valley High School to study at Peters Valley.
We thank the Potters Guild of New Jersey for funding full-tuition scholarships for two high school students to participate in a ceramics workshop each year.
Peters Valley School of Craft provides equal opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual preference, age or disability.