Clark Art Institute Fellowship 2023 USA
Students worldwide have an incredible opportunity to participate in a postdoctoral research program at the esteemed Clark Institute of Art USA. The institute, renowned for its art collection and library as well as its role in debating culture through visual arts, offers eleven to sixteen scholarships ranging between one and ten months.
This international fellowship serves professionals working with museums worldwide – such as curators or critics – who are looking to further their knowledge on global topics related to visuals while also promoting a broader understanding of this field’s history. This a chance not to be missed!
The Clark Institute Scholarship offers talented students in need a rewarding opportunity to earn up to $30,000 per semester. Fellows will be supported with their taxes responsibilities as determined by US Government regulations and have the travel expenses for themselves and an accompanying family member reimbursed. Plus, fellows are invited to enjoy living on campus at our recently renovated 19th century house offering six one-to two bedroom apartments plus communal areas — don’t miss out!
Residents of Clark University’s scholarship apartments can enjoy the convenience and comfort of fully furnished homes, plus easy access to the college computer network. To provide a healthy atmosphere for students, smoking is strictly prohibited within university premises; unfortunately pets are not allowed either. The best part? All amenities except long-distance telephone services are included in your accommodation package!
Clark Art Institute Fellowship requirements
The Clark Art Institute Scholarship is here for individuals with an eye towards creativity. To be eligible, applicants must:
- Required language: English
- Eligible countries: All countries of the world
- They can come from academia or museums or other professional backgrounds.
- Applicants must hold a doctorate or demonstrate equivalent professional experience.
- They may be employed full-time or part-time or independent researchers, curators, and/or critics.
- Excellent writing skills.
- Excellent research skills: experience in conducting independent empirical research, experience in qualitative research (conducting interviews, qualitative analyzes), preferably, and experience in quantitative research.
How to apply
Complete the application and submit it to be considered for a research opportunity. Make sure you upload an engaging 500-character project description, as well as provide your referee information in an accompanying one-page letter sent directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additionally, supply us with 3 pages’ worth of double spaced curriculum vitae (pdf) that highlights both subject matter and method related to this proposed project; explain why disciplinary advancement relies on its execution. Once all requirements are met simply hit “submit” — then review the statement presented (also pdf format; 3 page limit + double space or less). At minimum indicate what is new/unusual about your ideas while making clear how they fit within existing scholarship!
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