This program is open to the following BIPOC individuals:
Highschool seniors (18 & up) planning on pursuing an advanced degree in art, design, craft or teaching
Undergraduate or graduate students pursuing art, design, craft or teaching degrees
K-12 public school teachers who lead classes in art, craft or design
Application is simple!
For current BIPOC students: email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what school you are currently attending and what your major or intended major is. Please include the names and dates of 3 WildCraft studio classes you’d like to take, ranked by 1st, 2nd & 3rd choice.
For current BIPOC K-12 public school teachers: email email@example.com and let us know what school you are teaching with and what subjects you teach. Please include the names and dates of 3 WildCraft studio classes you’d like to take, ranked by 1st, 2nd & 3rd choice.
WildCraft will donate 25 seats in workshops to BIPOC individuals each season (Spring & Fall) for a total of 50 seats donated annually, approximately $8000 value.
Our goal is to increase the number of free seats offered with the outside support of WildCraft friends and followers.
The program is first come, first serve, with a limit of 1 free class per eligible person per year.
Only Textile, Craft, Native Art & Studio Art classes are eligible for this program.
If you have a reason why attending a Nature workshop rather than a Studio workshop would support the development of your art/design/craft or teaching practice, please email us directly.