Dan Nuhn Memorial

Dan Nuhn Memorial Scholarship

A Westbrook student until his death in October, 2005, Dan’s love of art manifested itself not only in experimenting in various art genres but also in the formation of a very profitable business. For years Dan collected Andy Warhol art and was frustrated by the fact that there was not one single source for this. He had to search the world over to add to his collection. This eventually led to Dan Nuhn Art, the only single source for Andy Warhol art. His passion for art fuelled his desire to contact art dealers all over the world to purchase and sell Andy Warhol art. He was respected by everyone he came in contact with, none of whom even suspected that he was so very young. Dan was a very compassionate person who would delight in knowing that a student with the passion he had for art would benefit from a scholarship in his name.

Purpose – This scholarship is to be awarded to a graduating senor of Westbrook High School who is furthering his/her education in the area of art.

Criteria for Selection

The candidate must intend to pursue a higher education in the arts.
The candidate must show proficiency for one or more artistic interests.

Scholarship Board – This award is at the decision of the Chairperson of the WHS Art Department, who must confirm his or her decision with the principal.

Procedure to Apply

  • The candidate must complete a “Westbrook Foundation Application”.
  • The candidate’s official transcript needs to be attached.
  • The candidate must provide two letters of recommendations.

Notification – A formal presentation of the scholarship will be given to the chosen candidate at graduation. An alternate and second are chosen, but not announced, in the event that the principle recipient does not enter post-graduate studies.

Award – An award in the amount of $500 will be awarded to the candidate at the Senior Awards Ceremony. In the event of insufficient funds, the scholarship will not be given until the funds have been raised.

Deadline -Applications are due in the Guidance office or mailed to The Westbrook Foundation, Inc. and postmarked on or before April 1st.