Princess Grace Award for Dance
Scholarship Provided by : third party
August 31, 2016
- Signed and dated application.
- Resume of nominee.
- 8 x 10 glossy photo of nominee suitable for publicity.
- 1 page biography of nominator (for first-time nominators only).
- A DVD is required for all nominations. No multi-media or artistically enhanced presentations will be viewed.
- A compilation of solos (2-3) must be submitted featuring different choreographers. None of the submitted works may be the nomineeâs own choreography. (Please refer to the work sample chart provided in the application.)
- An additional piece may be submitted, but it must be in a dance studio without costume.
- Schools submitting an application must include the following: Description of program offerings; List of faculty; Copy of Department of Treasury letter certifying 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt status; and Verification of tuition (exclusive of room and board, living expenses, etc.) for the current school year.
- Nominations for dance grants are invited from the Artistic Directors of non-profit dance companies and the Deans or Department Chairs of professional, non-profit schools where dance performance is the focused discipline of study.
- Professional non-profit dance companies must meet the following requirements: Employ professional management staff; Have been in continuous operation as an independent 501 (c)(3) company for at least 3 years; Have a total of 10 weeks of rehearsal and performance per year; and Have demonstrated the ability to raise public and private funds.
- Students enrolled in dance education or a graduate program are not eligible for Scholarships.
- All candidates must be United States citizens or provide proof of permanent resident status.
- An organization or school may submit only one nominee per category (1-2 below; please see application).
- A special category is available for choreographers.
- Promising student for tuition toward professional training at a non-profit school with dance as a focused discipline located in the United States. Students must have been in the school for at least one year.