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2012 Scholarship Applications Are Now Open

The Anthony Quinn Foundation is proud to announce the 2012 Scholarship Program application period is now open. The Scholarship Program aims to perpetuate Anthony Quinn’s vision for an art conscious society by giving young artists the chance to further their growth in their specific field. To apply today, click here to go to the application […]

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Duende: The Art of Anthony Quinn at the Narrows Center for the Arts

The Anthony Quinn Foundation is proud to announce Duende: The Art of Anthony Quinn presented by Arbella Insurance. Duende is a term frequently used in the Spanish arts that Frederico García Lorca refers to as, “a momentary burst of inspiration, the blush of all that is truly alive, all that the performer is creating in a […]

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Inaugural Chicago Event Pictures Are Up!

The pictures from our Inaugural Chicago Event are up. Click here to see them! A big thank you to all those who attended. For larger images or permission to reprint, contact Katherine Quinn at katherine@anthonyquinn.com.  

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Zorba the Greek on Blu-Ray

Zorba the Greek Now on Blu-Ray

Today marks the release of the Anthony Quinn classic “Zorba the Greek” on Blu-Ray disc. With Quinn’s exuberant performance as the title character, and the unforgettable score by composer Mikis Theodorakis, Zorba is a must for any movie buff and Anthony Quinn fan. Make sure to get your copy today!

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Gregory LaRosa and Brandon Hou

Meet the 2011 Scholarship Recipients: Gregory and Brandon

Visit our blog or click the links below to learn more about our final two recipients, Gregory LaRosa and Brandon Hou. Gregory LaRosaBrandon Hou We hope you have enjoyed getting to know our 11 deserving scholarship recipients. We would like to extend our congratulations again to all of them, and wish them the best for what we […]

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Meet the 2011 Scholarship Recipients: Anna and Emilie

Visit our blog or click the links below to learn more about Emilie Sommers and Anna Sherman, and stay tuned in the next couple weeks for posts on our final two recipients! Anna Sherman Emilie Sommers

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Meet the 2011 Scholarship Recipients: Evan, Amber, Wickliffe, and Jordan

Visit our blog or click the links below to learn more about Evan Kinnane, Amber Romano, Wickliffe Simmons, and Jordan Towle, and stay tuned in the next week for posts on our final four recipients! Evan Kinnane Amber Romano Wickliffe Simmons Jordan Towle

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Meet the 2011 Scholarship Recipients: Megan, Tsukumo, and Erica

Visit our blog or click the links below to learn more about Megan Lee, Tsukumo (Tina) Niwa, and Erica Ogihara and stay tuned this week for posts on the other recipients! Megan Lee Tsukumo (Tina) Niwa Erica Ogihara

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Kathy Quinn Featured in Today’s Chicago Woman Magazine

Kathy Quinn is featured in a great article in Today’s Chicago Woman in preparation for the upcoming Foundation fundraiser in Chicago and concurrent Gene Siskel Film Center Anthony Quinn retrospective. Click here to read the full article. For a PDF version of the article, click here.

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Erica Ogihara

Announcing the 2011 Anthony Quinn Foundation Scholarship Recipients

The Anthony Quinn Foundation is proud to present our 2011 Scholarship Recipients. Click here to learn about these talented students.

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Anthony Quinn Foundation Supports National School Choice Week

The Anthony Quinn Foundation lent its support to National School Choice Week, which took place January 22-28, 2012. National School Choice Week was dedicated to raising awareness of the School Choice programs in the United States, and encouraging more state governments to embrace this opportunity to allow parents to choose the school that best fits their children’s […]

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Mayor Angel Taveras, Melvin Matos, and Katherine Quinn

Foundation Scholarship Recipients Receive Citations from Mayor

Two of the Foundation’s 2011 scholarship recipients who reside in Providence, RI received citations from Mayor Angel Taveras at a reception at City Hall. The citations recognize their effort and dedication to the study of art. Click here for all images.

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Anthony Quinn Foundation Announces First Scholarship Awards at Rhode Island State House Ceremony

Anthony Quinn Foundation Announces First Scholarship Awards at Rhode Island State House Ceremony

The Foundation received nominations from teachers and advisors of students from both North and South America and awarded six scholarships based on artistic merit that ranged from $1,000-$3,000 per high school student. Guests included Foundation leadership and many educators and politicians who support arts education including the following: Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, Lt. Governor Elizabeth Roberts, […]

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Anthony Quinn Sculptures Exhibited in Chicago

Anthony Quinn Sculptures Exhibited in Chicago

Sponsored by The Lynd Company, two large bronze sculptures by Anthony Quinn were exhibited during the grand opening of EnV Luxury Apartments in Chicago on the 28th floor rooftop. The city’s most anticipated and first LEED certified developments situated in the heart of River North. The Grand Opening party took place on the rooftop with […]

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Anthony Quinn Foundation Announces Launch of Scholarship Program

Anthony Quinn Foundation Announces Launch of Scholarship Program

Invites teachers, advisors, and instructors to nominate students that demonstrate exceptional talent and dedication in the fields of visual arts & design, performing arts, media arts, and literary arts. The much anticipated Scholarship Program has been developed to financially assist individual young adults in grades 9-12 who wish to attend after school and summer arts […]

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