Clark Art Institute Scholarship 2023 USA is open to students from around the globe who plan to pursue postdoctoral studies in The Clark Art Institute USA for the academic period 2023-2024. Clark offers between eleven and 16 scholarships per year, with a range of lengths between one to ten years and the majority of them are of awards being for one academic session.
International and national curators, critics, and scholars or museum specialists are invited to submit proposals that expand and improve knowledge about the arts’ visual and significance in the world of culture. The Institute offers an art museum for the public with various academic and research programs, including a significant museum of the history of art. Clark is a global hub for discussion about the nature of art and its history.
About Clark Art Institute Scholarship 2023 USA
- Level of Study: Postdoctoral
- Institution(s): Clark Art Institute
- Study in the USA
- Opportunity Focus Areas:
- Visual culture.
- Program Duration: Ranging in duration between one and ten months.
- Deadline: October 15, 2022
Clark Art Institute Fellowship is given on a basis that is correlated to earnings and need, with a maximum of $30,000. per semester. Fellows’ tax obligations towards their United States government will be assessed in accordance with tax rules that are enforced by the Internal Revenue Service on a per-case basis. The cost of travel to and from Clark will be reimbursed to the scholar and an accompanying family member.
Fellows usually have an apartment in a newly upgraded and renovated late nineteenth-century house that is located across from Clark. Clark campus. The Clark campus has six apartment options, which range in size from 1 to 2 bedrooms and also have common areas. Each apartment is equipped and connected to Clark’s network of computers. Accommodation and other services, including long-distance phones, are supplied by Clark. Pets are not allowed in the Scholar’s residence. Smoking is not permitted in any Clark Building.
Fellows will have access to an office with a private entrance in Manton Research Center. Manton Research Center, accessible between 8 am and 11 midnight (early closing hours at weekends). Support for computers and IT will be available upon request.
Eligibility Criteria for Clark Art Institute Fellowship
To be eligible to apply for Clark Art Institute Fellowship, applicants must meet the following requirements:
- Required Language: English
- Countries Eligible: All world countries
- They could be from museums or academic or different professional backgrounds.
- The applicant must have a degree or Ph.D. or have comparable professional knowledge.
- They could be employed in part-time or full-time positions or even be self-employed curators, scholars, or critics.
- Excellent writing abilities.
- Experienced in research: experience in independently conducting empirical research, experience in a qualitative study (conducting interviews and qualitative analysis), and preferably an experience in quantitative research.
How to Apply
Follow the steps below to apply for this fellowship
- Complete your form.
- Include a brief description of your project in 500 characters.
- After clicking the ‘submit’ button please send the following requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org
- The curriculum vitae (pdf with 3 double-spaced sheets or less).
- A declaration (pdf three double-spaced pages or less) in English that describes the key assumptions and the critical commitments that guide your research. It is crucial to place your work within the framework of the existing research, to identify what is novel or different in terms of research and methodology, and to state the reason behind the discipline-specific need for this particular project.