Scholarship Program

Aerial Arts America (AAA) commenced its scholarship program in 2015.  In keeping with our mission to develop, maintain and promote high and safety standards in aerial arts, the scholarship program is being implemented.  Funding is partly provided by the providing school and AAA through fundraising activities including the West Coast Aerial Arts Festival.  We are always reaching out to organizations as well as volunteers who can assist s in raising funds to sustain this program.  The recipient of scholarship funds for the scholars is granted to approved Aerial Arts schools who have applied with us.  To learn more about the how to become an approved vendor, please email us at info@aerialartsamerica.org for more detailed information.

Audition is based on:
       Technique: Flexibility – Strength – Execution – Shape/ Form
Artistry and Creativity
Interview

Audition is scheduled every November during the West Coast Aerial Arts Festival week.   The audition is open to anyone who participates at the West Coast Aerial Arts Festival.
Let us congratulate our scholars.

2017 Scholars

Maddie Seay, 14
Ruby Karen Project/
Orange County Aerial Arts

Amber Wang, 23
Ruby Karen Project/
Orange County Aerial Arts
Alina Silva, 12
Ruby Karen Project/
Orange County Aerial Arts

2016 Scholars

Reina Grace Akiyama
14 yrs old
Aerial Art Dance Project;
Circus Lab
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Staci Ensminger
14 yrs old
Ruby Karen Project/
Orange County Aerial Arts
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Vivianna Amado
12 yrs old
Ruby Karen Project/
Orange County Aerial Arts
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To carry out our programs, we need your support.  Aerial Arts America is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and your contribution is tax deductible.

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