We are thrilled to announce the Gordon Liddle Phd. Scholarship Fund. Dr. Liddle was a lifelong educator whose passion was sharing his knowledge with others. As a professor of Human Development at the University of Kentucky, Dr. Liddle taught and supported many of his students in their efforts to become who they wanted to be.
Dr. Liddle also felt it his duty to improve his community and the world. He worked with the Civil Rights Movement, National Alliance on Mental Health, and served for over 31 years on the Clark County Water Board. He strongly believed in everyone contributing to and striving to make the world a better place by sharing ideas and time, as well as providing financial support to reach his goal.
It is in that spirit that his family wishes us to create this scholarship fund. It will be used to help fund arts education and training for those who cannot afford it otherwise.
If you are interested in contributing to this fund, please email email@example.com.
21′ – Katherine Kennedy – University of Kentucky
21′ – William Wyatt – Long Island University
20′ – Galen Arnett – Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music
20′ – Alexandra Brown – Howard University
Vanessa Rogers Scholarship Fund
The Vanessa Rogers Scholarship was established to honor Vanessa Rogers, a teacher and community leader who encouraged her students to pursue careers in the arts. Leeds Center for the Arts is proud to offer two nonrenewable $500 scholarships to two graduating high school seniors that are committed to a four year institution with intent to study an artistic or educational field. The 2022 Scholarship is live now! Applications are due May 10, 2022.
Requirements: A Kentucky resident, graduating high school in the 2021-2022 school year.
Committed to a four-year institution with intent to study an artistic or educational field
including, but not limited to, the following:
● Arts Administration
● Instrumental Music
● Musical Theatre
● Visual art
● Vocal music
Must be used to pay for tuition, books or materials relevant to your field of study.
Energizing the community through the beauty and emotional power of the arts.