Paul S. Hyde was an educator and teacher all his life, serving 45 years as a professional educator and living 86 years
as a guiding, questioning teacher. When he passed away in April of 1997, he bequeathed a scholarship in his name to the
Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council to support young performers and...read more >>
In 1982, the Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council decided to honor the late Herbert D. Brent, a Salisbury businessman who was
known for his support and dedication to the arts, by raising funds to create a scholarship fund in his name.
The purpose of the Herbert D. Brent Arts Scholarship Award is to recognize and financially assist talented young
artists from this county who are pursuing academic carrers in the arts...read more >>
- Scholarship Guidelines (pdf)
- Scholarship Application (pdf)
Application deadline: Friday, February 27, 2017
Audition/Interview: Saturday, March 18, 2017
The mission of the Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council (SWAC) is to enhance the quality of life in our community by fostering arts awareness and education, promoting a rich diversity of artistic experiences for all ages, all of which will be accomplished through leadership, support and funding of the arts.
To provide for the funding part of that mission SWAC has four arts grants programs available to any incorporated, non-profit 501(c)3 organization in Wicomico County. Grants available are Project, Operating, Emergency, & Arts Enhanced Education grants.
Click here for more info on AEE grants!
Individuals may only apply for SWAC grants if they seek and receive the support of a non-profit organization that will accept the financial and legal responsibility for the project. The grant will be made to the organization which can then, in turn, support the individual's project.
These grants are made available through SWAC and originate from the Community Arts Development program of the Maryland State Arts Council.