Fireclay Tile is pleased to introduce the incredibly talented Oni Thornell as the first recipient of her Diversity Advancement Grant.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, Sept. 22, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — As Fireclay Tile has entered its third year of partnering with the Architects Foundation on grants for black women in architecture, they are thrilled to see the incredibly talented artwork Introducing artist and future architect Oni Thornell as the first recipient of her Fireclay Diversity Advancement Scholarship.
Thornell’s thoughtful approach to environmental and community impact demonstrates a keen understanding of the forward-thinking changes that Fireclay deeply respects. With inspirational changemakers like Oni, it’s easy to see how a better, more inclusive future is possible for everyone. Thornell, from Brooklyn, NY, receives $4,000 a year in tuition for up to five years to attend Syracuse University.
Incorporating diverse perspectives and cultures in architecture is an enrichment to the profession, and the Diversity Advancement Scholarship offers students with a passion for studying the discipline of architecture the opportunity to successfully complete their degree regardless of their race or background. With the help of generous donations from brand partners, friends and customers, Fireclay has raised over $120,000 to date.
Learn more about Oni and read her carefully written application essay.
Learn more about Fireclay’s Open Scholarship Fund to support more students like Oni, or make a donation.
About Fireclay Tile:
Fireclay Tile has been committed to making tiles better since 1986. This mission has earned them B Corp certification, carbon neutral certification and a reputation for making the most desirable handcrafted tiles on the market. Fireclay is made to order and offers a range of materials, free design services for homeowners, a home trades program and dedicated commercial support for large projects. Her customers can boast that her beautiful, sustainably sourced tiles are handcrafted using 100% renewable energy, which qualifies for industry-leading certifications, including LEED. Their products are also made for good. Because of their partnerships with Allies in Arts, the National Parks Conservation Association, and their Pledge1% commitment, they work and design with good intentions.
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