The Italian Art Society announces an EXTRA, one-time 2015
RESEARCH & PUBLICATION GRANT
What? The grant is for funding of up to $1000, available for use through August 2016.
Why? The grant is to fund or subsidize a research trip or a publication (i.e., for purchasing image rights or as a publication subvention).
About what? The grant is for research or publications relating to any aspect of the art and architecture of Italy from the prehistoric period to the present day.
For whom? Graduate students and scholars at all levels and of any nationality who have not received an IAS award in the past two years are welcome to apply.
Applicants must be IAS members at the time of application and use of the funds. Priority will be given to meritorious projects with demonstrated need. Current IAS officers and committee members are not eligible to apply.
Application deadline: 15 July 2015
۩How to apply? Applicants must submit a cover letter indicating membership status, a one- page description of the project, a two-page CV, a proposed budget, and a statement of other potential financial resources. Applications should be submitted in English as a single WORD or PDF document (with last name in title) in an email attachment.
۩To whom? Please send the materials to Sheryl Reiss, IAS President at email@example.com. If you have submitted a proposal and have not received confirmation of receipt, please contact Dr. Reiss.
An ad hoc committee will determine the awarding of this one-time extra grant, with final approval by the Board of Directors. Notifications will be made by 15 September 2015. Funding must be used before 1 September 2016 and a final report indicating actual expenses must be submitted to the IAS Treasurer and IAS President by 1 September, 2016.
The Italian Art Society (IAS) is a professional organization dedicated to the study of Italian art and architecture from prehistory to the present. Visit www.italianartsociety.org for more information and membership details.
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