Kid Row Scholarship

Kid Row Scholarship

Craft Lake City offers a limited number of financial scholarships to select Kid Row participants. The Kid Row Scholarships provide select kid artisans with waived exhibitor participation fees (the for the virtual DIY Festival will be announced by late May 2020). The Kid Row Scholarships are presented as part of Craft Lake City’s DIY Festival Inclusion Program, which is designed to support individuals from underrepresented and/or socially or economically excluded communities.

To be considered for a Kid Row Scholarship, kid artisans must indicate their interest in a scholarship in their Kid Row application, and must meet the following criteria:

  • Kid artisan must complete a Kid Row application (and pay the non-refundable $10 application fee) by June 15, 2020. If the $10 fee poses a challenge, application fee support is available.
  • The kid artisan’s annual household income falls below the 50% area median income bracket of their family’s county of residence (see below chart)
  • Kid artisan must be selected to participate in Kid Row based on the quality of their work
  • Kid artisan must be participating in Kid Row for the first time
County 50% AMI
Beaver $30,600
Box Elder $32,550
Cache $28,600
Carbon $31,900
Daggett $34,850
Davis $36,750
Duchesne $32,650
Emery $31,700
Garfield $30,600
Grand $30,600
Iron $30,600
Juab $33,800
Kane $31,750
Millard $30,700
Morgan $36,750
Piute $30,600
Rich $31,650
Salt Lake $36,100
San Juan $30,600
Sanpete $30,600
Sevier $30,600
Summit $36,100
Tooele $36,100
Uintah $34,700
Utah $33,800
Wasatch $37,100
Washington $27,450
Wayne $30,600
Weber $36,750

 

For further information or for questions, please contact us at kidrow[at]craftlakecity.com.