Focusing on their mission to advance the study and practice of art history, the Association for Art History are now offering 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.
Grants to aid scholarly research include support for:
-Organisation of symposia, conferences and workshops
-Travel to libraries, archives and collections
-Delivery of research findings at conferences
-Catalogues and public engagement programmes for exhibitions
-Access to images controlled by third party rights holders
Grants to develop professional practice within art history include:
-Participation in museum and gallery training programmes in curatorial and public engagement areas
Grants to support the teaching and learning of art history in schools include:
-A contribution towards PGCE course tuition (for QTS certification)
-Costs for teachers’ continuing professional development
Deadline: Monday 30th September, 5:00 pm. To apply, please go directly to the Association’s website, where you can download the relevant forms and information.
Alongside the grant programme, the Association also awards bursaries for doctoral students and early career researchers to attend their Annual Conference. More information about bursaries, priorities, outcomes, eligibility and criteria can be found by clicking here.