Craft Lake City and Project Rainbow are partnering to support artisans at the 14th Annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival Presented By Harmons! The Project Rainbow Scholarship will benefit 5 artisans whose work promotes LGBTQ+ visibility, covering their booth fees in full for their participation in the DIY Festival. This scholarship is applicable to both first-time DIY Festival applicants and folks who have participated as exhibitors in past years. Interested parties must submit a general DIY Festival application alongside the supplementary Project Rainbow Scholarship application. Recipients of the Project Rainbow Scholarship must have their work juried in for the DIY Festival by Craft Lake City’s panel of anonymous third-party jurors, and will complete a series of screening questions. Selected individuals will be invited to interview with the Project Rainbow Scholarship Committee to determine eligibility for the scholarship, and selected recipients will be announced on May 5, 2022.

The Project Rainbow Scholarship includes: waived booth fees for participation in the 14th Annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival Presented By Harmons, special signage at your booth, & promotion across Craft Lake City’s social media channels specific to this scholarship award. Selected applicants for this scholarship will be notified on May 2, 2022, alongside the general selected exhibitor announcements for DIY Fest. This scholarship is made possible by Project Rainbow!

If you are interested in applying for the Project Rainbow Scholarship for the 14th Annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival Presented By Harmons, click the links below to access the applications! Please note that, in order to be considered for the Project Rainbow Scholarship, you will need to complete both of the forms below before the application deadline (4/3/22):

Applications are now CLOSED.

Scholarship recipients & DIY Fest exhibitors will be announced on May 2, 2022!

For additional application questions or fee support inquiries, please reach out to or 801-906-8521.

Qualifications for the Project Rainbow Scholarship:

  • This scholarship is open to individuals who are both first-time applicants and returning DIY Fest exhibitors, specifically geared towards folks who identify as LGBTQ+ or create artwork that spotlights LGBTQ+ visibility.
  • Candidates must be juried into the DIY Fest as an individual 2-day or 3-day exhibitor based on the quality of their work, after completing & submitting the general DIY Fest application (accessible here).
  • Please note that individuals who apply for the Project Rainbow Scholarship will be ineligible to be selected for the Artisan Scholarship & Mentor Program, and vice versa, so please be sure to review both applications and submit an application to only one of these scholarships.