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PhD Scholarship: at Kress History of Art Location: New York, NY - USA DL: Various


Kress History of Art: Institutional Fellowships are awarded to pre-doctoral candidates in the history of art; Conservation Fellowships are awarded to art conservators in the final stages of their preparation for professional careers; and Interpretive Fellowships at Art Museums are given to art museum curators and educators. Please carefully review the specific requirements for each Fellowship application.
History of art: institutional fellowships

The History of Art: Institutional Fellowships are now being administered by six European research centers. All applications should be submitted directly to the center you wish at attend.

If you are applying to one of the research centers in Florence, Leiden, Munich, Paris or Rome, you must send one complete set of your application materials, via mail, to the attention of the contact listed, and one complete copy, via mail, to the Kress Foundation. If you are applying to the research center in London, being jointly administered by the Courtauld Institute of Art and the Warburg Institute, you must submit, also by mail, one complete application to the contact at the Courtauld Institute, and another to the Warburg Institute. In addition, a third copy must be sent to the Kress Foundation.

Please consult the Application Guidelines, using the check-list to assure a complete submission of your application.

Contact information for each research center can be found below and is also listed at the end of the Application Guidelines PDF.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Applications must be RECEIVED by November 30.

Complete Application
Application Guidelines
Application Form
Contact Information for European Research Centers
Application Check-list
Visa Information


Conservation fellowships

The Foundation of the American Institute of Conservation (FAIC) is administering the Kress Conservation Fellowships on behalf of the Kress Foundation. All applications should be submitted directly to the FAIC, following closely the Application Guidelines.

Please consult the Application Guidelines, and use the application form supplied. These materials are also available on the FAIC website.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Applications must be RECEIVED by March 10.

Complete Application
Application Guidelines
 Application Form


Interpretive fellowships at art museums

Applications for Interpretive Fellowships should be submitted to the Kress Foundation, via mail. Please include the following materials in a single package:
Completed application form (provided below)
Description of the proposed Fellowship program, including envisioned interpretive activities and mentoring relationships
Curriculum vitae of the Fellowship mentor or supervisor(s)
Curriculum vitae of the proposed Fellow (if identified), or position description/announcement and proposed research procedures
Three (3) letters of recommendation for the proposed Fellow (if identified)
Other supporting materials, such as descriptions of the collection and institution, as desired
The email address of contact to be notified of the receipt of the application
NEW: In addition to submitting the printed materials, applicants are strongly encouraged to include a CD containing a complete set of the application materials. The materials on the CD must be presented as a single PDF document.

Please consult the Application Guidelines when preparing your application.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Applications must be RECEIVED by April 1.

Complete Application
Application Guidelines
 Application Form