Arts - General
- John Michael Delehanty Arts Scholarship
The John Michael Delehanty Arts Scholarship was created by Carolyn Delehanty to remember and celebrate the life of her son, John Michael Delehanty. John Michael was a kind and caring person, who always made time for others. He had an adventurous spirit and enjoyed skateboarding, snowboarding and art; as well as spending time with good friends and family. The purpose of this award shall be to provide financial support to a deserving Arts Major to assist in paying for art supplies and textbooks. Consideration shall be given to KSC students majoring in art who demonstrate financial need as well as a commitment to community service.
- KSC Film Program Endowment
This endowment was created in 2000 in recognition of Film Studies Professor, Dr. Larry M. Benaquist. The purpose of the endowment is to provide perpetual funding for the support and enrichment of the film program including equipment and film purchases.
- Roberta F. Roos Annual Art and Theatre Arts Lecture Endowment
This lecture was establish by Peter Roos, in memory and honor of his mother, who was an accomplished artist and expressed creativity in all aspects of her life. She spent 26 years in London, England where she became an avid theatre enthusiast. The purpose of this endowment is to establish and annual educational lecture to benefit the Art Department and Theatre Arts and Dance offered free and open to the public. Funds shall be used for speaker fees, room and board, transportation, publicity and other related expenses.
- Thorne-Sagendorph Dublin Colony Art Colony Acquisition Fund
This fund was established so that the Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery would be able to collect artwork from the Dublin Art Colony as an educational and historical resource for the Monadnock Regions. The Gallery's collection of Dublin Art will remain a legacy for our community and illustrate the importance of our Region in the cultural history of America.
- Thorne-Sagnedorph / Art Department Student Fellowship Endowment
This fellowship represents a cooperative effort between the Art Department faculty and the Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery staff to better facilitate faculty and student exhibits and other exhibitions. The purpose of this endowment shall be to provide recognition and financial assistance to a selected art major to assist the Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery for an academic year. This fellowship will provide a stipend for a student to work 150 hours for both fall and spring semester.
Alphabetical Listing of restricted funds
Restricted funds by category