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The Crossing Arts Alliance opens scholarship application process

A $500 scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior from a high school in the Brainerd lakes area by the Crossing Arts Alliance.

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BRAINERD — The Crossing Arts Alliance opened the application process for its annual arts scholarship.

A $500 scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior from a high school in the Brainerd lakes area (Brainerd, Crosby, Crosslake Charter, Pequot Lakes, Pillager and Pine River). The deadline to apply is April 1.

The applicant must be planning to pursue further education in the arts including — but not limited to — visual art, music, drama, speech, literary arts, dance/movement, photography and technology-produced arts.

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To apply, applicants are asked to answer five questions, in either a written narrative (no more than 500 words) or presented through a video (three to five minutes in length). Applications and more information can be found by visiting crossingarts.org/arts-scholarship .

For more information, call 218-833-0416 or email info@crossingarts.org . The Crossing Arts Alliance’s hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. The organization is located at 711 Laurel St. in downtown Brainerd.

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