Chester Archaeological Society wishes to encourage the study and publication of objects (or groups/ types of object) reported to the Portable Antiquities (PAS) scheme from Cheshire and adjoining areas, to ensure that their potential contribution to the understanding of the archaeology and history of the county is realised. The Society is therefore offering a grantContinue reading “Grants and Awards: Study of Portable Antiquities Scheme finds from Cheshire, Deadline: 30th June 2021”
To further our mission to advance the study and practice of art history, the Association for Art History offer grants of up to £1,000 which provide support to aid scholarly research, to develop professional practice and to further the teaching and learning of art history at all education levels. Find out more about the recipients ofContinue reading “Grants & Bursaries: Grants for Art History, Association for Art History, deadline 31 March 2021 17.00 (GMT)”
The International Center of Medieval Art (ICMA) offers grants for graduate students in the early stages of their dissertation research, enabling beginning scholars to carry out foundational investigations at archives and sites. Winners will be granted $3,000, and if needed, officers of the ICMA will contact institutions and individuals who can help the awardees gainContinue reading “Grant: ICMA Student Travel Grants, deadline 7 March 2021”
The British Archaeological Association invites applications for their new travel grants aimed at those registered on post-graduate degree courses. There are two deadlines – 15 March 2021 and 15 May 2021.
The Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture is pleased to announce its 2021–2022 grant competition. Our grants reflect the Mary Jaharis Center’s commitment to fostering the field of Byzantine studies through the support of graduate students and early career researchers and faculty. Mary Jaharis Center Dissertation Grants are awarded to advanced graduate studentsContinue reading “Call for Applications: Mary Jaharis Center Grants 2021-2022, deadline 1 February 2021”
Fellowships at the Met are awarded to scholars in the fields of art history, archaeology, museum education, conservation, and related sciences, as well as scholars in other disciplines, whose dynamic and interdisciplinary projects require close study of objects in The Met collection.
Each year, the prize is awarded to about thirty artists and scholars who represent the highest standard of excellence and who are in the early or middle stages of their careers.
Every year, the Périer-D’Ieteren Foundation awards grants for the publication of a doctoral thesis or for a publication that represents a significant advance in the fields of European art history (14th to 18th centuries), conservation-restoration or the technical study of artworks.