Something to announce to the world? Do it here.
Post Reply
User avatar
Posts: 36
Joined: Tue 05 Feb, 2019 10:15 am
Location: London, UK
Organisation: Fine Art Trade Guild
Interests: Encouraging and promoting the best in art and framing


Post by fine-art-trade-guild » Thu 29 Oct, 2020 10:51 am


It's the last call for the second round of the 2020 Larson-Juhl scholarship. The final date for applications is the 31st October 2020 (17:00 hrs)

Larson-Juhl and the Fine Art Trade Guild offer four scholarships annually. These scholarships give candidates the opportunity to take their Guild Certified Framer exam and achieve their initial Continuing Professional Development points.

The winners will be notified no later than 3rd December 2020

Larson-Juhl Scholars 🎓 benefit from a generous package which includes:

✔️GCF Study Guide
✔️GCF exam fee, for one attempt at a recognised GCF Test Centre
✔️One place at selected Guild workshops and Seminars for one year earning up to 10 CPD points
✔️One place at Guild Study Days, gaining 5 CPD points per class

The Guild Certified Framer GCF(APF) accreditation offers Guild member framers an internationally recognised certification for framing professionals. A rigorous examination with an approved examiner, backed up by an accessible Continuing Professional Development programme provides framers with the confidence that they are up to date with industry best practice.

Who can apply?

The scholarship 🎓 is designed to help framers at the start of their careers, and those that have no formal training. It is recommended that all GCF candidates have at least 12 months' framing experience to build up the necessary knowledge and skills.
Applicants must be, or are aspiring to be, professional picture framers and can either run their own business or be in employment as a framer.

Check here for further information and to download the application form : or email [email protected]
Larson_Juhl_Scholarship_last call.jpg
The Fine Art Trade Guild is owned and run by its members, and for the benefit of its members. These members share a common goal, which is to promote and encourage the best in art and framing.

Post Reply