June 07 2011

Kelli Folsom, Class of 2011, Receives Two Prestigious Scholarships

Kelli Folsom, a member of this year’s graduating class at the College, has been awarded two prestigious scholarships, which together are enabling her to travel to Europe, experience several of the most significant fine arts institutions in the world and then participate in an artist-in-residence program in Bulgaria. Read More→

May 26 2011

Two Students Selected to Attend Venice Biennale Study Abroad Program Sponsored by Marist College

Two students from Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts have been selected to attend a month-long summer program co-sponsored by Marist College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., and the Instituto Lorenzo de’ Medici in Florence, Italy. This intensive workshop experience offers advanced art students an opportunity to explore the work of global contemporary artists featured at the Venice Biennale 2011. Read More→

May 23 2011

Lyme Academy College Hosts “A Royal Affair” Scholarship Fund-raiser June 4

Continuing the excitement of The Royal Wedding across “The Pond,” the College is hosting a glittering evening on Saturday, June 4, celebrating "A Royal Affair." The College will be transformed into a royal castle complete with castle chambers, British-themed regalia and entertainment. One hundred percent of net proceeds will go to scholarships for students of the College. Read More→

May 23 2011

Finalists Selected for National Figurative Sculpture Competition

Two current students and two alumni of Lyme Academy College have been chosen as finalists for the 32nd Annual National Competition for Figurative Sculpture, which will be held at the College from June 13-17. Read More→

May 22 2011

Lyme Academy College Announces New Connecticut Resident Grant for BFA Applicants

Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts is delighted to announce a new scholarship opportunity for residents of Connecticut applying to the College. The new award, the Lyme Academy College Connecticut Resident Grant, is for an amount of $4,000 per year and is renewable as long as the recipient remains in good academic standing.Read More→