Botín Foundation scholarships
The Foundation began giving scholarships in 1972. Since then, more than 2,500 people, both Spanish and foreign, and from all specialties: music, postgraduate, university, plastic arts, research, theology, etc. have received these grants.
With an expected duration of nine months, academic excellence is one of the fundamental requirements for selecting the successful candidates, following the Foundation’s purpose of promoting the integral development of society, locating the talent capable of generating progress and committing to them.
Currently, the Botin Foundation has annual scholarships for University Studies, Plastic Arts and Curation of exhibitions and Museum Management.
Scholarships and calls for applications
The Botin Foundation scholarship programme has already helped around 2,500 people since its inception. Discover the conditions to take advantage of these scholarships in all kinds of specialties.
The mask workshop, led by Damián Ortega, will be held at
Fundación Botín from 21 November to 2 December, 2022.
A cyanotype workshop led by Ellen Gallagher and Edgar Cleijne will be held at Fundación Botín – located in the in the historic port-city of Santander by the Cantabrian Sea, on the North coast of Spain – from the 11th to the 21th of July 2022.
With an expected duration of nine months which can be extended, these grants are aimed both at young Cantabrians and those residing in the region, with academic excellence being the only assessment criteria used.
Intended for both training and the development of personal and research projects, artists of any nationality can apply to participate, and it acts as a stimulus for emerging art.