Northville Art House Art Scholarship

The Northville Art House supports the young artists in the community through a number of opportunities including education programs, art fairs, art exhibitions, and annual scholarships. In 2023, we are offered a scholarship opportunity in support of high school seniors who pursued the arts, in any form, in their continuing education. 


Attention all high school seniors! The Northville Art House wants to support you and your artistic journey. 

If you are planning to attend a college/university or vocational/trade school in the fall and plan to include the arts in some form (visual arts, music, dance, theater, etc.) in your continuing education, please consider applying for the Northville Art House Art Scholarship.

This scholarship opportunity to open to seniors who attend any high schools in the surrounding area or are home schooled. 

The 2024 application will be available in the Fall of 2023.


The Northville Art House is excited to announce the recipient of the 2023 Northville Art House’s Art Scholarship went to Northville High School Senior and International Baccalaureate art student Daniella Paniagua Torres.

Dani earned admiration from her high school classmates through her compassion for others and joy for life as well as respect from her instructors through her perseverance, creativity, and passion for art.

Through personal initiatives Dani joined the Northville Art House as a volunteer on our Exhibition Committee last September.  She served as an important liaison between Northville Art House and Northville High School in helping to successfully present this year’s IB Art Exhibition in March. She demonstrated an unwavering commitment to the organization’s mission and promoting arts in the community at numerous events and programs.

On behalf of the Board of directors, staff, and volunteers at the Northville Art House, we wish Daniella Paniagua Torres the best of luck this fall at the School of the Arts Institute of Chicago.

Thank you to Linda and Bill Leidel for their support of the art scholarship.