Scholarship Fund in Memory of Steve Rosen

Steve Rosen photoThe Arts Business Institute announces a scholarship fund to be established in memory of Steve Rosen. Steve will be very missed for his contributions to the art community, and his support of creative entrepreneurs.

 

 

 

Steve was an avid photographer and a faculty member of the Arts Business Institute. For decades he sold thousands of his wonderful framed photos of Maryland life and nature at his Mark Downs office furniture store in Cockeysville, Maryland. His popular Arts Business Institute course on Finances, Credit and Collections turned a very boring topic into a stand up comedy routine, giving artists the confidence to handle everything from cash flow to collections.

Donations to this fund will assist artists who wish to attend workshops presented by The Arts Business Institute, through providing complete or partial scholarships based on need and merit.

– A Donation of $250 will provide one Full Scholarship.
РA Donation of $125  will provide one Partial Scholarship. Artists will match the donation to attend the workshop.

– Donations in other amounts are appreciated and will be pooled to provide Full or Partial Scholarships to deserving recipients.

100% of all funds will go to scholarships, with no monies used for overhead or other expenses. Donors may designate a specific artist scholarship recipient by name, art media or city or state.

If you wish to donate to this fund, please make a check payable to: The Arts Business Institute
Please make this notation on your check: Steve Rosen Scholarship to ensure it is deposited into the account specified for this purpose.

 

Mail your check to:
The Arts Business Institute
Attn: Jo Ann St. Germaine
3000 Chestnut Avenue, Suite 300
Baltimore, MD 21211

 

Questions? Please contact Carolyn Edlund, Executive Director, at ArtsBizInstitute@gmail.com
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