Artistic Achievers Rejoice: 2 Coral Springs Craft Guild Scholarships Up for Grabs

Artistic Achievers Rejoice: 2 Coral Springs Craft Guild Scholarships Up for Grabs

By Sharon Aron Baron

The Coral Springs Craft Guild is presenting two scholarships worth $500 each to deserving high school seniors in the Coral Springs or Parkland area.

The scholarship, established over 40 years ago, has historically awarded over $65,000 to talented students who show exceptional skill in any artistic field.

To be eligible, students must be residents of Coral Springs or Parkland or attend a school in either city. Artistic talent, not necessarily a formal education in art, is the only requirement.

Last year’s winners included Madison Mulvey of Coral Springs Charter School, Luana Fernandes Smith of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, and Jimena Carbajal of Coral Springs Charter School. 

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Applications for the 2023 scholarship can be obtained through school BRACE advisors, art and drama teachers, or by emailing Stephanie Kraft, the Scholarship Chair, at

Submissions are due by 9 a.m. on Wednesday, April 12, and will be picked up from the schools. The judging takes place on the same day, with the winners announced at the end of the school year. 

The scholarship is open to all types of art, such as visual arts, graphic arts, decorative arts, clothing design, etc., as long as the artwork is original and created by the student.

For further information about the Craft Guild, contact Stephanie Kraft at

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