George Hardy was a member of Workman Arts from 2008-2016. He was an improviser, photographer, musician, ‘techie’ and an enthusiastic member of the Workman Arts community as well as a cherished employee.
This scholarship was established in honour of George through the generous contributions from George’s son Trystan Hardy and George’s sister Lynn Hardy.
This annual scholarship provides one Workman Arts member with tuition money (up to $750 per year) to attend additional artistic training outside of Workman Arts training courses.
This scholarship is open for all Workman Arts members to apply. To be eligible, the Workman Arts member must demonstrate active participation in the organization and be able to propose a professional development activity (based on their artistic practice) that requires funding
Tuition may cover activities such as enrollment for a course at local artist-run organization/ art school/ studio, attending special workshops/ intensives/ conferences, or travel-based research.