|A Room of Her Own Foundation for Women||Suspended until further notice||Gift of Freedom Award||The $50,000 Gift of Freedom competition will determine finalists from each genre (creative nonfiction, fiction, playwrighting, & poetry). One genre finalist will be awarded the $50,000 Gift of Freedom grant. The three remaining genre finalists will each be awarded a $5000 prize and eligibility to attend a future AROHO Retreat for Women Writers benefitted by a Gift of Freedom Legacy Fellowship.||Creative Nonfiction|
|Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation||December for individuals program and rolling for emergnecy grants||Individual support grants||Since 1976, the Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation has been making Individual Support Grants to painters, sculptors and printmakers who have been creating mature art for at least 20 years and who are in current financial need. Grants are available through an open application process and they have been distributed to artists worldwide. Grants are awarded based on maturity of the artist in the field and financial need. There is an individual support program and an emergency grant availble.||Painting, Sculting, Printmaking||Grant|
|Advertising Educational Foundation||January||Visiting Professor Program (VPP)||In 2018 there will be three different ways to participate in the VPP:|
I. The Immersion: A four-day Immersion into the latest innovations in current marketing and advertising practice. Participating companies will be agencies, marketers and media companies such as: Facebook, R/GA, Ogilvy, McCann, IBM and NBCUniversal. Topic areas will include social media, global brand building, cultural insight, multicultural marketing, the future of media and diversity in the industry. The Immersion is most suited to professors seeking an overview of the latest developments in the field in order to infuse his or her teaching with real-world examples and industry insights. The program will also include a networking reception for professors to meet with executives from agencies and marketing companies. The Immersion will be limited to 30 professors and will be held in New York City from Tuesday, June 5 to Friday, June 8.
II. The Immersion + Fellowship: A nine-day program combining the Immersion with a week-long ‘deep dive’ Fellowship hosted by a marketer or agency whose interests align with a professor’s research interest. Given the one-on-one interaction through the Fellowship component, the program is best for faculty who have specific questions about the industry that are best addressed through more in-depth study. Through this intensive program professors can gain ‘on-the-ground’ experience to inform their teaching with the goal of forming a longer term relationship with their host company. The Immersion + Fellowship will be limited to 10 professors and held from Tuesday, June 5 to Friday, June 15.
III. The Shadow Program: Responding to requests for more flexibility in the VPP experience, professors will be matched with marketers or agency leaders for a day-long shadowing experience. The ‘inaugural class’ for this new and exciting program will begin with 20 professors and it will be conducted in markets outside New York City. Timing for the Shadow Program will be year-round.
|Akademie Schloss Solitude||No New Information Available||Digital Solitude Fellowships||The Akademie Schloss Solitude has a Digital Solitude program which focuses on the communication of the content from the Solitude network in the fields of art and science and the support of new digital projects and talents. Through this program they offer Digital Solitude Fellowships that are for young journalists, developers/coders, designers, as well as artists and all other creatives and professionals who work on the development of new digital content and formats. Young professionals who have an interest in the content of the international artist-in-residence program Akademie Schloss Solitude and its interdisciplinary network can apply for a fellowship. The program offers fellows the space and flexibility to develop new ideas and formats, which will be published on or in connection with the online platform Schlosspost, a content focused online platform in English for the Solitude network.||Journalism, Design, Digital||Fellowship|
|Albright (W.F.) Institute of Archaeological Research Jerusalem||October||George A. Barton Fellowship||The sponsor offers a $3,000 award for one month to pre-doctoral students and recent Ph.D. recipients to undertake Near Eastern studies from prehistory through the early Islamic period.||Near Eastern Studies||Award|
|Alliance of Artists Communities||September||Robert & Margaret MacColl Johnson Fellowship|| |
The Robert and Margaret MacColl Johnson Fellowship Fund provides up to three $25,000 artist fellowships each year, rotating among composers, writers, and visual artists on a three-year cycle. The 2016 Fellowships will be awarded to visual artists, the 2017 Fellowships will be awarded to composers, and the 2018 Fellowships will be awarded to writers. MUST be a Rhode Island resident.
|Composition, Writing, Visual Art||Fellowship|
|American Academy in Berlin||May||Berlin Prize Fellowhship Program|| |
The American Academy offers residential fellowships to emerging as well as established scholars, writers, and professionals who wish to engage in independent study in Berlin. Around two dozen Berlin Prizes are conferred annually. Past Berlin Prize recipients have included historians, economists, poets, art historians, journalists, legal scholars, anthropologists, musicologists, public policy experts, and writers, among others. The Academy does not accept project proposals in mathematics and the hard sciences. The Academy seeks to enrich transatlantic dialogue in the arts, humanities, and public policy through the development and communication of projects of the highest scholarly merit. For 2018-19, the Academy is also interested in considering projects that address the themes of migration and social integration, as well as questions of race in comparative perspective.
Art History, Musicology
|American Academy in Rome||Last known deadline was November 1, November 2-15(late fee)||Rome Prize Fellowships||Each year, the Rome Prize is awarded to thirty emerging artists and scholars in the early or middle stages of their careers who represent the highest standard of excellence in the arts and humanities. Fellows are chosen from the following disciplines:|
Architecture, Design, Historic Preservation and Conservation, Landscape Architecture, Literature (awarded only by nomination through the American Academy of Arts and Letters), Music Composition, Visual Arts , Ancient Studies, Medieval Studies, Renaissance and Early Modern Studies, Modern Italian Studies
|American Antiquarian Society||October||Fellowships for Creative and Performing Artists and Writers||The American Antiquarian Society (AAS), a national research library and learned society of American history and culture, is calling for applications for visiting fellowships for historical research by creative and performing artists, writers, film makers, journalists, and other persons whose goals are to produce imaginative, non-formulaic works dealing with pre-twentieth-century American history.||Poetry|
|American Antiquarian Society||January||Drawn to Art Fellowship||The "Drawn to Art" Fellowship supports research on American art, visual culture, or other projects that will make substantial use of graphic materials as primary sources.||American Art|
|American Antiquarian Society||January||Jay and Deborah Last Fellowships||Jay and Deborah Last Fellowships are for research on American art, visual culture, or other projects that will make substantial use of graphic materials as primary sources.||American Art|
|American Association of Advertising Agencies||October||Multicultural Advertising Intern Program (MAIP)||The 4A’s Multicultural Advertising Intern Program (MAIP) connects aspiring diverse entry-level advertising professionals with prestigious advertising agencies.||Multicultural Advertising Intern Program||Fellowship|
|American Composers Forum||August||Jerome Fund for New Music||The American Composers Forum (ACF) champions composers and other creative musicmakers, and boosts their careers with professional opportunities. Our Jerome Fund for New Music (J)und) supports the creation, presentation, and subsequent life of a new work. About 10 grants are available: up to $7,000 for the composer or primary artist’s time to create the work, and up to $1,500 to help make it happen and further its potential. The primary artist needs to be at an “emerging” level in her/his career: neither a student nor an established professional.||Music & Composition||Fellowship|
|American Composers Forum||March||McKnight Composer Fellowship||The American Composers Forum is pleased to administer the McKnight Artist Fellowships for Composers. The intent of this program is to enrich and strengthen the state of Minnesota by acknowledging the accomplishments of composers and providing for their artistic growth.This program is made possible by the generous support of The McKnight Foundation. The McKnight Foundation also funds artist fellowship programs in ceramic arts, choreography, dance, literature, music performance, photography, playwriting and theater arts, screenwriting and filmmaking, and visual arts, administered respectively by the Northern Clay Center, Northrop Auditorium, The Loft, MacPhail Center for Music, mnartists.org, Playwrights’ Center, Independent Feature Project/North, and Minneapolis College of Art and Design.||Music & Composition||Fellowship|
|American Council of Learned Societies||September||Fellowships||The ACLS Fellowship program invites research applications in all disciplines of the humanities and related social sciences. The ultimate goal of the project should be a major piece of scholarly work by the applicant. ACLS does not fund creative work (e.g., novels or films), textbooks, straightforward translation, or pedagogical projects.||humanities and related social sciences||fellowship|
|American Council of Learned Societies||November||African Humanities Fellowships||The African Humanities Program (AHP) seeks to reinvigorate the humanities in Africa through fellowship competitions and related activities in Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, and Uganda. The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), with financial support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York, announces competitions for: Dissertation-completion fellowships in Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, and Uganda Early-career postdoctoral fellowships in Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, and South Africa. Funding is available for dissertation completion and for postdoctoral research and writing.||Fellowship in Africa||Fellowship|
|American Institute of Indian Studies||July 1||Senior Performing and Creative Arts Fellowships||Senior Performing and Creative Arts Fellowships are available to accomplished practitioners of the performing arts of India and creative artists who demonstrate that study in India would enhance their skills, develop their capabilities to teach or perform in the U.S., enhance American involvement with India’s artistic traditions or strengthen their links with peers in India. Awards will normally be for periods of up to four months, although proposals for periods of up to nine months can be considered.||Performing arts|
|American Musicological Society||April, June, August (varies)||Travel and Research Grants||Multiple small grants for research in music - generally $1,000 to $2,000.||Music Research (and travel)||Research Grant|
|American Musicological Society||May||H. Colin Slim Award||The H. Colin Slim Award honors each year a musicological article of exceptional merit, published during the previous year (2011) in any language and in any country by a scholar who is past the early stages of her or his career. The selection committee, consisting of five scholars, will choose a single winner from among all the candidates.||Musicology||Recognition Award|
|American Musicological Society||May, August, January (varies)||Awards||Multiple small awards for article publication, performance projects, etc.||Musicology||Recognition Award|
|American Printing History Association||December||Mark Samuels Lasner Fellowship in Printing History||The Mark Samuels Lasner Fellowship in Printing History is an award for research in any area of the history of printing in any form, including all the arts and technologies relevant to printing, the book arts, and letter forms.||History|
History of Science & Technology
|American Research Center in Egypt, Inc.||January||Fellowships for Research in Egypt||The American Research Center in Egypt (ACRE) administers research fellowships for students enrolled in doctoral programs at North American universities, and for postdoctoral scholars and professionals affiliated with North American universities and research institutions. ACRE is a private, nonprofit organization supporting research and conservation programs that encompass all aspects of Egyptian history and culture, from the prehistoric to modern day. American pre-doctoral candidates (ABD), postdoctoral scholars, faculty and senior scholars at universities worldwide for a minimum stay of three months and maximum stay of 12 months. U.S. citizenship is required.||Egypt||Fellowship|
|American Research Institute in Turkey||November||National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowships for Research in Turkey||ARIT NEH Fellowships, funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, provide longer term support for advanced research in all fields of the humanities, including prehistory, history, art, archaeology, literature, and linguistics as well as interdisciplinary aspects of cultural history.||Turkey||Fellowship|
|American Society for Theatre Research||July||Co-Sponsored Events||Events of regional, national, or international significance in the format of conferences, colloquia, symposia, summits, etc. will be considered provided that they align with ASTR's purpose, namely, to foster scholarship on theatre and performance, either historical or contemporary, with respect to the US or abroad. Although applicants may apply for funds, the co-sponsorships will normally take the form of an endorsement without funding. In exceptional cases where monetary support is awarded, such support will be capped at $500, and applicants should emphasize forms of in-kind support.||Theatre||Event Award|
|American Society for Theatre Research||April||Eroll Hill Award||The Errol Hill Award is given in recognition of outstanding scholarship in African American theater, drama, and/or performance studies, as demonstrated in the form of a published book-length project (monograph or essay collection) or scholarly article. Beginning in 2018, in even numbered years the prize will recognize essays published in the past 2 years, and in odd-numbered years the prize will recognize books published in the past 2 years. The book or article must have been published during the eligibility window, and deal with African American theater history, dramatic literature, or performance studies (research on dance, acting and directing, public performances, i.e., parades, pageants, etc.). For 2018, the essay (from a journal or book) must have been published in 2016 or 2017, but all scholars are eligible - whether or not they are affiliated with a university or tenured.||African American Theatre||Recognition Award|
|American Society for Theatre Research||July||Targeted Research Area Grants||This grant of up to $3000 total per annum (which may be split among more than one award) is intended to support specific projects by scholars working in areas important to ASTR's mission that are currently under-represented in its various activities. Such areas include, but are not limited to, the following: pre-1900 research and Asian, African, Latin American, and Middle Eastern theatre, dance, and performance. Translations of important theatre documents, including plays, will also be considered. This award is not intended to support curriculum development. Recipients are encouraged to submit their resulting work, if appropriate, to TheatreSurvey and to liaise with the editors as the project develops.||Theatre, Dance, Performance||Research Grant|
|American Society for Theatre Research||July||Grants for Researchers with Heavy Teaching Loads||Recognizing the deep disparities in available resources that distinguish institutions across our profession and that ultimately impede exchange between scholars within the broadly defined field of theatre studies, the ASTR Grants for Researchers with Heavy Teaching Loads of up to $1000 promote scholarly and practical exchange among theatre researchers by providing opportunities to faculty at institutions with heavy teaching loads and limited support for scholarship. One year’s membership in ASTR and conference registration accompany the award. Generally stated, the goal of the ASTR Grant for Researchers with Heavy Teaching Loads is to ensure that institutional affiliation does not hinder the contributions of individual faculty to debates that concern us all and that are central to ASTR's mission of cultivating scholarship on all aspects of theatre studies.||Theatre||Research Grant|
|American Society for Theatre Research||July||Helen Krich Chinoy Dissertation Research Fellowship||The total award amount of $3000 is typically divided into three equal awards. It is intended to assist Ph.D. candidates with the expenses of travel to national and international collections to conduct research projects connected with their dissertations.||dissertation, travel, research||Award|
|ARThinkSouthAsia||October||Fellowship Program||The ARThinkSouthAsia Fellowship is designed to help develop skills, knowledge, networks and experience of potential leaders in the cultural sector of South Asia, which includes museums, the visual and performing arts and digital media. These fellowships are open to residents of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Iran, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka only. Applicants should have a minimum 3 years of work experience in the arts/culture sector and a submission of an on-going arts/culture project.||South Asia||Fellowship|
|Arts and Humanities Research Council||Engaging with Government Programme||The Arts & Humanities Research Council is offering a three day course designed to provide researchers in the arts and humanities insight into the policy making process, and enable academics to apply this to their own research. The course will be held on 24, 25, and 26 February 2015 at the Institute for Government Offices in central London.||Fellowship|
|Arts and Humanities Research Council||On-going||Leadership Fellows||The AHRC’s Leadership Fellows scheme provides time for research leaders, or potential future research leaders, to undertake focused individual research alongside collaborative activities which have the potential to generate a transformative impact on their subject area and beyond. In addition to demonstrating support for high quality, world leading research and associated outputs, proposals must include collaborative activities to support the development of the Fellow’s capacity for research leadership in the arts and humanities.||Arts and Humanities||Fellowship|
|Arts Midwest||April||Performing Arts Fund||The Performing Arts Fund supports the interstate touring of professional performing artists specializing in the fine arts of dance, theater, music, youth and family entertainment, and other meaningful performing arts forms appropriate for communities throughout Arts Midwest's nine-state region (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin). Engagements must feature a professional performing artist/ensemble from outside the applicant's state.||Exhibit, Production, or Performance||Project Grant|
|Asian Cultural Council||December||Philippines Fellowship Program||The Philippines Fellowship Program was established to provide more opportunities for cultural exchange between the Philippines and the United States by supporting a wide range of projects in all disciplines by artists and scholars that promote the rich cultural heritage of the Philippines. Grants are open to citizens and permanent residents of the United States or citizens and permanent residents of the countries of The Phillipines. Arts organizations and educational and cultural organizations are eligible to apply to the Council for support for projects of exceptional importance involving cultural exchange between the Phillipines and the United States or regional exchange among the countries of Asia. As the Council’s program resources are concentrated on fellowship awards to individuals, grants for projects are usually modest in size.||Philippines|
|Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library||December||Visiting Postdoctoral Scholar Fellowships|| |
The Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library offers short-term fellowships to support visiting scholars pursuing post-doctoral or equivalent research in its collections.
|Bogliasco Foundation||January 15 and April 15, annually||Study Center for the Arts and Humanities Bogliasco Fellowships||Located on the Italian Riviera in the village of Bogliasco, the Liguria Study Center provides residential fellowships for qualified persons working on advanced creative or scholarly projects in the arts and humanities. Bogliasco Fellowships are granted to qualified persons doing advanced creative work or scholarly research in the following disciplines: archaeology,architecture/landscape architecture, classics, dance, film/video, history, literature, music, philosophy, theater, and the visual arts. In the arts, the Study Center welcomes persons doing both creative and scholarly work (such as art history, musicology, film criticism, and so on).|
Fall and spring semester have different deadlines.
|General Art (Research & project creation)||Residential Fellowship|
|Bogliasco Foundation||January 15 and April 15, annually||Bogliasco Fellowship Program||The Bogliasco Foundation awards approximately 50 Fellowships - or residencies - to artists and scholars in the various disciplines of the Arts and Humanities (Archaeology, Architecture, Classics, Dance, Film/Video, History, Landscape Architecture, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Theater, and Visual Arts). Although the Fellowship is not a cash prize, Fellows are provided with living quarters, separate private studios and full board for a month at the Study Center in Bogliasco, Italy.||Arts and Humanities (Archaeology, Architecture, Classics, Dance, Film/Video, History||Fellowship|
|Calgary Institute for the Humanities||November||Visiting Fellows||The sponsor provides support for visiting research fellowships at the University of Calgary's Institute for the Humanities. Visiting fellows will be expected to conduct their research at the Institute. They will be expected to share their research in a public lecture and in an in-house seminar, and to involve themselves in the community of scholars working at the Institute.||public lecture and in an in-house seminar||Fellowship|
|Camargo Foundation||October||Fellowship Program||The Camargo Core Program is the historical and flagship program of the Foundation. Each year an international call is launched through which 18 fellows (9 artists and 9 scholars/thinkers) are selected. The Camargo Core Program offers time and space in a contemplative environment to think, create, and connect. By encouraging groundbreaking research and experimentation, it supports the visionary work of artists, scholars and thinkers in the Arts and Humanities. By encouraging multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches, it intends to foster connections between research and creation. The Camargo Foundation welcomes applications from individuals from all countries, nationalities, and career level.||Fellowship|
|CEC ArtsLink||The ArtsLink Project Awards have been suspended for the year of 2018||ArtsLink Projects||ArtsLink Projects provides support to US artists, curators, presenters and arts organizations undertaking projects in any of the 32 eligible countries listed below (incl. Central Europe, Russia, Central Asia, Caucasus). Applicants must be working with an artist or organization in that region and projects should be designed to benefit participants and audiences in both the US and the host country.||Performing arts, Literature, Visual & Media arts||Project Grant|
|Center for Hellenic Studies||October||Fellowships||The Center for Hellenic Studies at Harvard University offers fellowships to scholars working on the ancient Greek world in all its varieties, including the fields of archaeology, art history, epigraphy, history, literary criticism, philology, philosophy, pedagogical applications, reception, and interdisciplinary studies.||Ancient Greek studies, art, art history||Fellowship|
|Center for the History of Collecting in America Scholars Frick Collection Program||February||Fellowships||Through its fellowships, the Center for the History of Collecting provides support for both pre-doctoral and post-doctoral research. Through its fellowships, the Center provides support for both pre-doctoral and post-doctoral research. Fellowship proposals may address wide-ranging aspects of the history of collecting in the United States from Colonial times to the present as well as in Europe. Proposals may focus on individual collectors, dealers, developments, or trends in the art market. Interdisciplinary research is especially encouraged. Four short-term fellowships, currently supported by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, are awarded every year, each for a period of eight to ten weeks. Two semester-long Leon Levy Fellowships are awarded to scholars engaged on a major project.||American||Fellowship|
|Center for the Humanities at Wesleyan University||January||Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship||A Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow will be appointed to the Wesleyan University Center for the Humanities for the whole academic years, 2017-2018 and 2018-2019, and will be awarded a stipend of $55,000. Scholars who have received their PhD degree after June 2014 in any field of inquiry in the humanities or humanistic social sciences - broadly conceived - are invited to apply for a postdoctoral fellowship. Candidates do not need to have their PhD in hand at the time of application but will need to have it by June 2018.||Fellowship|
|Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities||November||International Visiting Fellowships - Conversions||The Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) offers funding for a term to scholars working on the topic of conversion in the Early Modern period. Conversion is to be understood in its broadest possible sense, and not merely as a religious phenomenon. Applicants must have been awarded a PhD and should have an established record of scholarly excellence and a demonstrated enthusiasm for working in an interdisciplinary or multi-disciplinary environment. Please note, the scheme is not designed for those beyond the normal retirement age or to support post-doctoral study.||conversion in the Early Modern period||Fellowship|
|Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities (CRASSH)||TBA||http://whtrust.org/humanitas/visiting-professorships/||Humanitas is a series of Visiting Professorships at Oxford and Cambridge designed to bring leading academics, practitioners and scholars to both universities to address major themes in the arts, social sciences and humanities. Created by Lord Weidenfeld, the programme is managed and funded by the Institute for Strategic Dialogue and co-ordinated in Cambridge by the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) and in Oxford by the Humanities Division. Humanitas will welcome some twenty Visiting Professors, who will be appointed for a given academic year and invited to deliver a series of lectures, followed by a related symposium, workshop or masterclass for graduate students. A diverse variety of fields will be represented, which have included media, war studies, women's rights and chamber music.||Arts, research, chamber music, art history||Visiting Professorship|
|Clark Institute||October||Clark Fellowship||The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute combines a public art museum with a complex of research and academic programs, including a major art history library. The Clark is an international center for discussion on the nature of art and its history. The Clark offers between fifteen and twenty Clark Fellowships each year, ranging in duration from six weeks to ten months. National and international scholars, critics, and museum professionals are welcome to propose projects that extend and enhance the understanding of the visual arts and their role in culture.||Art|
|College Art Association||March 15 and September 15, annually||Millard Meiss Publication Grant||The College Art Association promotes excellence in scholarship and teaching in the history and criticism of the visual arts and in creativity and technical skill in the teaching and practices of art. CAA offers a number of annual and biannual grants and fellowships to its members. The Millard Meiss Publication Fund supports book-length scholarly manuscripts in the history of art and related subjects that have been accepted by a publisher on their merits but cannot be published in the most desirable form without a subsidy.||Art History & Criticism||Writing Grant|
|College Art Association||September 15, annually||Wyeth Foundation for American Art Publication Grant||The College Art Association promotes excellence in scholarship and teaching in the history and criticism of the visual arts and in creativity and technical skill in the teaching and practices of art. CAA offers a number of annual and biannual grants and fellowships to its members. The Wyeth Foundation for American Art supports the publication of books on American art, art created in the United State, Canada, and Mexico prior to 1970. Grants support books on the history of America Art, visual studies, and related subjects that have been accepted by a publisher on their merits but cannot be published in the most desirable form without a subsidy.||American Art, Art History & Criticism||Writing Grant|
|Council on Library and Information Resources||December||Postdoctoral Fellowship in Academic Libraries||This fellowship provides recent Ph.D. recipients a unique opportunity to develop expertise in the new forms of scholarly research and the information resources that support them, both traditional and digital, that are challenging research institutions. Fellowships are open to any specialty or domain in which the Ph.D. is the terminal degree. Recent PhD's from any discipline in the humanities, sciences, and social sciences are invited to apply. To be considered for 2018 Postdoctoral Fellowships, applicants must: have received a Ph.D. after January 1, 2013, but before beginning the fellowship; be legally permitted to work in the United States and/or Canada between 2018 and 2020; submit a complete application package, including all supporting documentation, and attend the program's mandatory seminar late July/early August, 2018.||Fellowship|
|Council on Library and Information Resources||December||Mellon Fellowships for Dissertation Research in Original Sources||The sponsor provides support to doctoral candidates for dissertation research in the humanities in original sources. Original source material means primary sources such as the following: records, documents, manuscripts, and other written material; photographs, films, sound recordings, oral histories, and other audiovisual material; maps, blueprints, drawings, and other graphic material; library special collections, including books used as primary, not secondary, sources; original artwork, artifacts, and museum objects; and born-digital sources such as websites, wikis, and blogs. Fellowships must begin between June 1 and September 1, 2018 and end within 12 months of commencing.||Original source material||Fellowship|
|Creative Capital||LOI accepted Feb 1 through Feb 28||Creative Capital Fund||Creative Capital supports innovative and adventurous artists across the country through funding, counsel and career development services. Our pioneering approach—inspired by venture-capital principles—helps artists working in all creative disciplines realize their visions and build sustainable practices. Creative Capital provides each funded project with up to $50,000 in direct funding and career development services valued at $40,000, for a total commitment of up to $90,000 per project.Disciplines include: Emerging Fields, Film/Video, Literature, Performing Arts, and Visual Arts. Film/Video includes experimental, documentary and narrative film and video, animation, installations, and interdisciplinary projects.||Visual Arts, Performing arts, literature, film, emerging fields||Project Grant|
|DAAD - German Academic Exchange Service||December 1||Berlin Artists-in-Residence Programme||The Berliner Künstlerprogramm – Artists-in-Berlin Program – is one of the most renowned international programs offering grants to artists in the fields of visual arts, literature, music and film. Since 1963, some 20 grants are awarded to international artists for an approximately one year stay in Berlin. The names of over 1.000 former guests impressively underscore the quality of the program. In its almost 50 years of existence, it has made a significant contribution to the international representation of contemporary arts in Berlin. http://www.berliner-kuenstlerprogramm.de/en/index_en.php||Film, literature, music, visual arts||Project Grant|
|Dedalus Foundation||prior to September 15, annually||Senior Fellowships||The Dedalus Foundation’s Senior Fellowship program is intended to encourage and support critical and historical studies of modern art and modernism. Under this program, fellowships are awarded to writers and scholars who have demonstrated their abilities through previous accomplishments and who are not currently matriculated for academic degrees. Applicants must be citizens of the United States. Fellowship stipends vary according to the needs of the specific project, with a maximum of $30,000.||Historical studies, Modern Art||Fellowship|
|Dedalus Foundation||December||Individual Fellowships - Dissertation Fellowship||The Dedalus Foundation Dissertation Fellowship is awarded annually to a Ph.D. candidate at a university in the United States who is working on a dissertation related to painting, sculpture and allied arts from 1940-1970, with a preference shown to Abstract Expressionism. The fellowship carries a stipend of $20,000. Candidacy for the fellowship is by nomination only. Each September, doctoral art history programs throughout the country are invited to nominate one candidate. Candidates should have completed all of their coursework, and be focused primarily on researching and writing their dissertation. Nominees need not be U.S. citizens.||painting, sculpture and allied arts||Fellowship|
|Dedalus Foundation||January||Master of Fine Arts Fellowships in Paintng and Sculpture||The Dedalus Foundation Master of Fine Arts Fellowship in Painting and Sculpture is awarded annually to final-year students who are graduating from an M.F.A. degree program in the United States. Each fellowship carries a stipend of $25,000. Candidacy for the fellowship is by nomination only. Each fall, department chairpersons from M.F.A. programs in painting and sculpture are invited to submit nominations. Each institution may nominate two candidates. Nominees should be graduating in the spring semester that directly follows the fall nominating cycle. Nominees need not be U.S. citizens.||Native Art||Grant|
|Department of State||February||Creative Arts Exchange||Discover the impact of ECA programs on a global scale. Exchange programs supported by the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs have made leaps and bounds in cross-cultural diplomacy, research, leadership, and education. - See more at: http://eca.state.gov/impact#sthash.m07QhYh7.dpuf||Dance, Hip-hop||Grant|
|Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation||LOI due March 1 & April 1; Full Proposal due April 15 & September 15, annually||Grants||The Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation is dedicated to fostering awareness and appreciation of contemporary visual art, primarily through the support of catalogues and other publications that document exhibitions of work by emerging or under-recognized artists. Of particular interest are projects that attempt to bring together artists and the community, support artists from marginalized populations, and provide exposure to contemporary art where it may not otherwise be seen. Letters of inquiry are required before submission of a full proposal.||Visual arts||Project Grant|
|F. R. Bigelow Foundation||Round 1 in January and Round 2 in July||Grant Resources||The F. R. Bigelow Foundation is committed to improving the quality of life and opportunities for all in the Saint Paul area. Primary geographic focus: the Greater Saint Paul area, which includes Dakota, Ramsey and Washington counties, with a particular emphasis on serving people who live or work in the City of Saint Paul. Primary areas of interest include: human services, community and economic development, education, health care, and arts.||Arts, education||Program Grant|
|Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown||December||Creative Writing Fellowships||The Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown offers a unique residency program for writers in the crucial early stages of their careers. Located in Provincetown, Massachusetts, an area with a long history as an arts colony, the Work Center provides seven-month Fellowships to several Fellows each year in the form of living/work space and a modest monthly stipend. Residencies run from October 1 through April 30.||writers in the crucial early stages||Fellowship|
|Finzi Trust||February||Finzi Scholarship Awards||The Scholarships aim to give opportunities for broadening horizons or taking a new path: their focus is arts based in the widest sense, but proposals must have a musical foundation. Candidates should be aged between 18 and 80 and resident in the UK at the time of application. Formal qualifications are not necessary, but applicants are expected to demonstrate that they will be able to implement their proposals effectively.||Musical foudation||Award|
|Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works||January||FAIC/Samuel H. Kress Conservation Fellowship||The FAIC/Samuel H. Kress Conservation Fellowship is designed to provide 9 to 12 month mentored professional development opportunities in a variety of settings for recent graduates of conservation programs.Application must be made by the museum or conservation facility at which the internship will be based. Fellows should have completed (or will complete prior to the Fellowship) a masters-level degree in conservation prior to beginning the Fellowship. Fellows must be either a resident or citizen of the U.S. or Canada, or a recent graduate from a conservation graduate program in the U.S. or Canada. The Fellowship candidate may be identified in advance of application by the host institution or recruited subsequently. Priority is given to first-year requests, but worthy projects that clearly outline benefits to the Fellow for a second year of Fellowship can be and have been funded.||Fellowship|
|French American Cultural Exchange (FACE)||March||Etant donnés||The French-American Fund for Contemporary Art offers financial support in the form of grants to American nonprofit institutions organizing exhibitions, installations, or projects by living French artists (or artists being influential for a younger generation) or to French nonprofit institutions presenting the same types of projects involving living American artists.||Exhibitions|
(by living French Artists)
|French American Cultural Exchange (FACE)||March||Tournées Festival||The Tournées Festival aims to bring contemporary French cinema to American college and university campuses by providing grants annually to encourage schools to begin their own self-sustaining French film festivals.||French Film||Program Grant|
|Fulbright Core Program||August||Core Program for U.S. Scholars||The Fubright Core Program of U.S. Scholars offers nearly 500 teaching, research or combination teaching/research awards in over 125 countries. Search the awards (opportunities) catalog by region, country, and/or discipline.||All disciplines||Teaching and/or Research Grants|
|Getty (J. Paul) Trust||November||Postdoctoral Fellowship in Conservation Science||The Getty Conservation Institute's Postdoctoral Fellowship in Conservation Science is a two-year program designed to provide experience in the field of conservation science to a recent PhD recipient in chemistry or the physical sciences who has an interest in the conservation of cultural heritage. Applications are welcome from scientists of all nationalities who are interested in pursuing a career in conservation science and have received a PhD in chemistry/physical science no earlier than 2008. A background in the humanities is helpful, and strong science working practices are essential. The successful candidate will be expected to work in a multi-disciplinary manner with other scientists, conservators and art historians; applicants should have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively in small teams, and be versatile and creative problem-solvers. Excellent written and oral communication skills are required.||cultural heritage||Fellowship|
|Getty Foundation||October||Getty Scholar Grants||Getty Scholar grants provide a unique research experience. Recipients are in residence at the Getty Research Institute, where they pursue their own projects free from academic obligations, make use of Getty collections, join their colleagues in a weekly meeting devoted to an annual theme, and participate in the intellectual life of the Getty. These grants are for established scholars, artists, or writers who have attained distinction in their fields. Applications are welcome from researchers of all nationalities who are working in the arts, humanities, or social sciences.||General Art||Residency Grant|
|Graham Foundation||Individuals: September 15; Organizations: February 25; Carter Manny: November 15 (all annually)||Grants in Architecture and Related Arts||Architecture and related spatial practices engage a wide range of cultural, social, political, technological, environmental, and aesthetic issues. We are interested in projects that investigate the contemporary condition, expand historical perspectives, or explore the future of architecture and the designed environment.|
We support innovative, thought-provoking investigations in architecture; architectural history, theory, and criticism; design; engineering; landscape architecture; urban planning; urban studies; visual arts; and related fields of inquiry. Our interest also extends to work being done in the fine arts, humanities, and sciences that expands the boundaries of thinking about architecture and space. In an effort to bridge communities and different fields of knowledge, we support a wide range of practitioners (such as architects, scholars, critics, writers, artists, curators, and educators) and organizations (such as non-profit galleries, colleges and universities, publishers, and museums).
|architecture, history, theory, design, urban planning/studies, visual arts||Grant|
|Grammy Foundation||October 1, 2016 (letters of inquiry)||Grants in Music Research and Preservation||With funding generously provided by The Recording Academy, the GRAMMY Foundation Grant Program awards grants each year to organizations and individuals to support efforts that advance the archiving and preservation of the music and recorded sound heritage of North America, and research projects related to the impact of music on the human condition.
Grant funds have been utilized to preserve private collections as well as materials at the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian and numerous colleges and universities. Research projects have studied the links between music and early childhood education, treatments for illnesses and injuries common to musicians, and the impact of music therapy on populations from infants to the elderly. More than $6 million in grants has been awarded to more than 300 recipients.
|Grammy Museum Grants Program||October||Grammy Museum Grants Program||With funding generously provided by The Recording Academy, the GRAMMY Museum Grants Program awards grants each year to organizations and individuals to support efforts that advance the archiving and preservation of the music and recorded sound heritage of North America, and research projects related to the impact of music on the human condition. Grant funds have been utilized to preserve private collections as well as materials at the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian and numerous colleges and universities. Research projects have studied the links between music and early childhood education, treatments for illnesses and injuries common to musicians, and the impact of music therapy on populations from infants to the elderly. Over $7 million in grants have been awarded to nearly 400 recipients.||Music and research||Grant|
|Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences||January 15, April 15, September 15, annually||Artist Resident Fellowships||Hambidge provides a residency program that empowers talented artists of all disciplines to express their authentic voices. Situated in the mountains of North Georgia, Hambidge is a sanctuary of time and space that inspires artists by providing them with the setting and the solitude to create works of the highest caliber.|
There are 3 residency periods, each with its own application period and deadline.
|Harpo Foundation||November||Emerging Artist Residency Program||The Harpo Foundation Emerging Artist Residency Fellowship at the Santa Fe Art Institute (SFAI) provides an annual opportunity to an emerging visual artist 25 years and older who needs time and space to explore ideas and start new projects.||visual art||Fellowship|
|Harpo Foundation||April||Grants for Visual Artists||ELIGIBILITY|
Self-defined under-recognized visual artist 21 years or older
United States citizen
Students who are enrolled in an undergraduate/graduate program are not eligible.
Not a previous recipient of a direct artist grant from Harpo.
Artists who have been supported by an organizational grant from Harpo in the past are eligible to apply for a direct grant. Applications are evaluated on the basis of the quality of the artist’s work, the potential to expand aesthetic inquiry, and its relationship to the foundation’s priority to provide support to visual artists who are under-recognized by the field.
|Harpo Foundation||February||Native American Residency Fellowship||NATIVE AMERICAN RESIDENCY FELLOWSHIPS AT THE VERMONT STUDIO CENTER|
This Fellowship program was established in 2011 to support the development of visual artists and the potential for inter-cultural dialog. Each year, the Foundation awards two residency fellowships to Native American visual artists at the Vermont Studio Center. Each Fellow receives a one-month residency, which includes room and board, a private studio, and a $500 travel stipend.
Founded by artists in 1984, the Vermont Studio Center is the largest international artists’ and writers’ Residency Program in the United States, hosting 50 visual artists and writers each month from across the country and around the world. The Studio Center provides 4-12 week residencies on an historic 30 building campus along the Gihon River in Johnson, Vermont, a village in the heart of the northern Green Mountains.
TWO FELLOWSHIPS ARE AWARDED ANNUALLY TO NATIVE AMERICAN VISUAL ARTISTS WHO DEMONSTRATE:
Strong artistic ability
An evolving practice this is at a pivotal moment in its development
A practice that engages a dialogue between the artist’s indigenous world and
the surrounding culture
|Visual arts, writing||Fellowship|
|Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin||November||Fellowships||Fellowships support short-term residencies for scholarly research projects in all areas of the humanities.||Literature, photography, flim, art, performing arts, music, cultural history||Resident Fellowship|
|Howard Foundation||November 1||Fellowships||The Howard Foundation awards a limited number of fellowships each year for independent projects in selected fields. The Foundation targets its support specifically to early mid-career individuals, those who have achieved recognition for at least one major project. Approximately ten fellowships of $33,000 will be awarded in April 2015 for 2015-2016 in the fields of Creative Writing (Fiction), Creative Writing (Poetry), and Philosophy.||Sculpture and the History of Art and Architecture||Fellowship|
|Huntington Library||November 15||Various Fellowships||The Huntington is an independent research center with holdings in British and American history, literature, art history, and the history of science and medicine. The Huntington will award to scholars over 150 fellowships for the academic year 2015-2016. These fellowships derive from a variety of funding sources and have different terms. Recipients of all fellowships are expected to be in continuous residence at the Huntington and to participate in and make a contribution to its intellectual life.||Art history, research||Resident Fellowship|
|Society for French Historical Studies||February||Fellowship Programs||The Institut Français d’Amérique will provide two to four fellowships of $1500 for periods of at least one month for research in France in French studies in the areas of art, economics, history, history of science, linguistics, literature, and social sciences. Candidates should be working on PhD dissertations, or they should have received the PhD no longer than three years before the application deadline.||Fellowship|
|Institute for Advanced Study||November 1||School of Historical Studies Membership||The Institute for Advanced Study is an independent private institution founded in 1930 to create a community of scholars focused on intellectual inquiry, free from teaching and other university obligations. Each year scholars from around the world apply to come to the Institute to pursue their own research. Those who are chosen are offered a membership for a set period. Members receive access to the extensive resources of the Institute, including ofﬁces, access to libraries, subsidized restaurant and housing facilities, and some secretarial services. The School of Historical Studies supports scholarship in all fields of historical research, but it is concerned principally with the following: Greek and Roman civilizations, Medieval Europe, Modern Europe, The Islamic World, Philosophy and International Relations, History of Art, East Asian Studies.||History of art and architecture, music history, musicology||Research Grant|
|International House of Japan, Inc.||December||Asia Leadership Fellow Program||In 1996, the International House of Japan and the Japan Foundation jointly created the ALFP to create a close, personal and professional network of public intellectuals in Asia, deeply rooted in and committed to civil society. The ALFP provides selected leaders (public intellectuals) in the Asian region with an opportunity to reside for two months at the International House of Japan in Tokyo and engage in collaborative and individual research/exchange activities.||Fellowship in Japan and Asia||Fellowship|
|Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America at Columbia University||The next Fellowship competition to be opened to a full complement will be for the academic year 2019-20 (application form will be posted October 1; deadline will be December 3, 2018).||Fellowship Program||Temporarily Suspended: Applications are invited for Fellowships in these areas, particularly – but not exclusively – with regard to Italy. Theoretical, monographic, and positivist approaches will be equally welcomed. Applications dealing with the scientific, sociological and technological aspects of culture and memory are encouraged. Approximately 15-20 Fellowships are be awarded every year. Fellows are chosen by a jury of experts in the relevant fields. Academic year 2017–2018 has no theme. Preference will be given to candidates who plan to work with scholars at Columbia, but other candidates will also be considered. Where appropriate, Fellows will be encouraged to work with departments and faculty members here. (New collaborations with Columbia faculty/scholars/departments should begin only after a Fellowship has been awarded.) Normally, Fellowships will be open to advanced scholars from the post doctoral to the full professorial level. (Candidates should expect to have their doctorates in hand no later than the summer after they apply.) Fellows will be expected to be in residence for one or two academic semesters.||Italy||Fellowship|
|Japan Foundation New York||3 months prior to beginning date of project||JFNY Arts & Culture Grant||The Japan Foundation New York office (JFNY) accepts applications from nonprofit organizations from the 37 states east of Rocky Mountains listed below for the JFNY Grant throughout the year. This grant aims to support projects that will further understanding of Japanese arts and culture. Successful projects may be granted up to $5,000. Priority will be given to those projects that have secured additional funding from sources other than the Japan Foundation.||Japanese Art and Culture||Project Grant|
|Jerome Foundation||General Program concluded in 2017.||Grants||The Jerome Foundation currently is not accepting new applications for the General Program. Contact the Foundation with questions. Historically, this program was open to not-for-profit arts organizations and to fiscal sponsors applying on behalf of artists for the creation, development, and production of new works by emerging artists in New York City and Minnesota.||Film, video, digital production, travel and study, and emerging creative artists||Program Grant|
|John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation||July||Fellowships||Often characterized as "midcareer" awards, Guggenheim Fellowships are intended for those who have already demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability in the arts. If you are interested in applying in the upcoming 2019 United States and Canada competition, applications will be available on this page in July 2018. Further details regarding the application process can be found in Application Resources and Submission Materials.||"Midcareer"|
specific for those who have already demonstrated art capabilities
|Joyce Foundation||LOI April||Culture Grants||The Culture Program works to improve communities through the arts, support art that reflects and challenges the community, and make art accessible to diverse audiences. Before submitting a formal proposal to the Foundation, prospective applicants should write a one- to three-page letter of inquiry outlining the proposed project and send it to the attention of the appropriate program officer at email@example.com. The letter should describe the goals of the project, how it relates to the Foundation's interests, the target audience and beneficiaries, the estimated budget and duration, and plans for evaluation and dissemination of findings. Letters of inquiry should be submitted at least six to eight weeks prior to the proposal deadline for a given grant cycle. Program officers endeavor to respond in a timely manner and to advance all grant proposals expeditiously. However, program officers have discretion in scheduling review of letters of inquiry.||Art, Community||Grant|
|Klingenstein Center for Independent School Education||January||Klingenstein Summer Institute for Early Career Teachers||Dedicated to affirming beginning teachers and encouraging their continued growth, the Klingenstein Summer Institute gathers 75 teachers from around the world for an exploration of teaching styles, educational philosophies, educational issues, and personal development. Current full-time teachers in independent schools with two through five years of total teaching experience, including the year of application, are eligible to apply.||Seminar|
|Knight Foundation||accepted on a rolling basis||Knight Arts Challenge||The Knight Arts Challenge is an initiative to draw the best and most innovative ideas out of local organizations and individuals that seek to transform our community through the arts. If you have a great idea in the arts, let us know. Take part in a community rising to new levels of artistic achievement and global recognition. Knight Foundation is seeking innovative ideas in the arts from nonprofits, companies and individuals. We want to know how YOU hope to inspire our local arts community. The challenge has three simple rules:The idea is about arts; the project takes place in or benefits the community in which the Challenge is based (St. Paul); you find other funding to match the Knight Foundation grant. We seek innovative ideas that advance informed and engaged communities. To apply for funding, please submit a brief letter of inquiry. The letter of inquiry is one way to apply for funding but not the only way. Applying to our open challenges is a separate process||General Arts||Project Grant|
|Kress (Samuel H.) Foundation||November||History of Art: Institutional Fellowships|| |
Six pre-doctoral Kress Institutional Fellowships in the History of European Art will be awarded each year. Each fellowship provides for a two-year research appointment hosted by one of the following European art history research centers:
Florence Kunsthistorisches Institut / Institute for Art History
Leiden Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society (LUCAS)
London Courtauld Institute of Art & Warburg Institute of Art (jointly administered)
Munich Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte / Central Institute for Art History
Paris Institut national d'histoire de l'art (INHA) / National Institute for the History of Art
Rome Bibliotheca Hertziana
Eligibility is restricted to pre-doctoral candidates in the history of art and related disciplines (such as archaeology, architecture, or classics). Nominees must be U.S. citizens or individuals matriculated at an American university.
|History of European Art||Fellowship|
|Kunstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral||June||Residential Fellowships||Das 1995 gegründete Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral in Bad Ems ist ein Ort der Reflexion, der künstlerischen Produktion, der Diskussion und der Begegnung. Es fördert Bildende Künstlerinnen und Künstler aus allen Ländern durch die Vergabe von Stipendien. Schloss Balmoral fungiert als Vermittler zwischen den ehemaligen und den derzeitigen Stipendiatinnen und Stipendiaten. Es will eine Brücke schlagen zwischen dem Jetzt und der Zukunft der Künstlerinnen und Künstler.|
Das Künstlerhaus wirkt durch Vorträge, Konzerte und Ausstellungen in die Öffentlichkeit. Regelmäßig werden Werke der Stipendiatinnen und Stipendiaten im »Made in Balmoral«, dem Ausstellungsraum des Künstlerhauses in der Innenstadt von Bad Ems, präsentiert.
|Leverhulme Trust||February||Emeritus Fellowships||Emeritus Fellowships provide research expenses of up to £22,000 over up to two years to enable senior researchers who have retired from an academic post to complete a research project and prepare the results for publication.||Grant|
|MacDowell Colony||January 15, April 15, September 15, annually||Residencies for Writers, Composers, and Artists||The MacDowell Colony provides time, space, and an inspiring environment to artists of exceptional talent. A MacDowell Fellowship, or residency, consists of exclusive use of a studio, accommodations, and three prepared meals a day for up to eight weeks. The Colony accepts applications from artists working in the following disciplines: architecture, film/video arts, interdisciplinary arts, literature, music composition, theatre, and visual arts. There are 3 residency periods (Winter/Spring, Summer, and Fall), each with its own application period and deadline.||General Art||Residency Grant||x|
|Mardag Foundation||Round 1 in January and Round 2 in July||Grants||The Mardag Foundation makes grants to nonprofit organizations that improve the quality of life in Minnesota for children, seniors and other at-risk populations, and for programs in education and arts. Primary areas of interest: Improving the lives of at-risk families, children, youth and young adults, with an emphasis on early childhood development. Supporting seniors to live independently. Building the capacity of arts and humanities organizations to benefit their communities. Supporting community development throughout Saint Paul||Arts, education||Program Grant|
|Massachusetts Cultural Council||January||Artist Fellowships||The Artist Fellowships provide direct, unrestricted support to Massachusetts artists in recognition of exceptional original work, to foster the creation of new art in the Commonwealth. Artist Fellowships in a range of disciplines are awarded to primary creators of original works of art. Any artist 18 years or older who has been a legal resident of Massachusetts for the last two years at the time of application is eligible. All Artist Fellows/Finalists must be legal residents of Massachusetts when grants are awarded. Eligible applicants may apply in more than one category.||Massachusetts artist||Fellowship|
|McKnight Foundation||Last known deadline was April 1, 2016. No Change.||Fellowships for Visual Artists||The goal of the McKnight Artist Fellowships for Visual Artists program is to identify talented Minnesota visual artists whose work is of exceptional artistic merit and who are at a career stage beyond emerging. Beginning in 2014, the McKnight Visual Arts Fellowships will include the medium of photography and there will be a total of eight $25,000 fellowships awarded. In lieu of a group show and catalog, the focus will be on connecting fellows to more visiting critics, establishing a McKnight Discussion Series that features fellows and invited critics, and creating individual artist books and an online publication to further disseminate the fellows' work.||Arts||Fellowship|
|McKnight Foundation||January 15, April 15, July 15, October 15, annually||Arts Grants||McKnight’s arts grantees are organizations that prioritize compensation to artists; enable unique artistic opportunities; facilitate meaningful relationships between artists and communities; demonstrate a deep understanding of their field; and are responsive to broad trends and changing demographics. As appropriate to their fields and markets in which they work, the organizations provide resources, relationships, and organizing structures to advance the work of Minnesota’s artists and to recognize their essential contributions.||General Art||Program Grant|
|Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art||September||Publication Grants|| |
The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art offers a variety of Fellowships (for individuals) and Grants (for institutions and individuals) twice a year in a strictly timetabled schedule. The programme supports scholarship, academic research and the dissemination of knowledge in the field of British art and architectural history from the medieval period to the present, although all supported topics must have an historical perspective.
|British art, architectural history, medieval||Fellowship and Grant|
|Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art||September||Curratorial Research Grant||Curatorial Research Grants are offered annually. They are awarded to institutions, galleries or museums to help towards the costs of appointing a Research Curator to undertake research for a specific project. This category of award is available to institutional applicants only.||Art||Grant|
|Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art||September||Educational Programme Grants|| |
Educational Programme Grants are offered in Spring and Autumn each year to help support educational programmes in the field of British art or architectural history. Educational programmes eligible for awards include lectures, conferences, symposia and seminars for scholars or provided at a scholarly level for the general public. An institution may apply for costs such as: venue hire; travel and accommodation costs for speakers; catering costs; printing and publicity; and allocation of free or reduced-fee places for students. This category of award is available to institutional applicants only.
|British art, architectural history, medieval||Grant|
|Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art||September||Research Support Grant|| |
Research Support Grants are offered in Spring and Autumn each year to assist with research travel costs. They are offered to scholars already engaged in research involving the study of British art or architectural history. Grants may be used towards the expenses incurred in visiting collections, libraries, archives or historic sites with the United Kingdom or abroad for research purposes.
|British art, architectural history, medieval||Grant|
|Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art||September||Publication Grants-Author|| |
Publication Grants (Author) are offered annually. They are awarded to authors or editors for expenditure they incur personally for illustrations/images for their publication.
|British art, architectural history, medieval||Grant|
|Metropolitan Museum of Art||November||Douglass Foundation Fellowship in American Art||Art History Fellowships at The Met are an opportunity for scholars from around the world to use the Museum as a place for exchange, research, and professional advancement. The Fellows are fully integrated into the life of The Met and, through weekly gatherings and discussions, take part in research sharing and workshops that explore the inner workings of The Met. Fellows are given a workspace and access to libraries, collections, research facilities, labs, and the time and space to think.||art history||Fellowship|