EDU: Christie’s Education Reginald Browne Joint Scholarships

All programs at Christie’s Education have been developed to provide focused and intensive training for students looking to start a career in the art world. Master’s students also get the opportunity to complete an integrated art world internship as part of their coursework.

Christie’s Education is unique as the only academic institution wholly owned by an auction house.

Christie’s Education is committed to facilitating access to their programs and expanding opportunities to students from all backgrounds. To support this endeavor, The Christie’s Education Trust, in conjunction with Christie’s Education Inc., is offering a joint tuition and living expenses scholarship for one student in each of the master’s degree programs at Christie’s Education, New York in 2019–2020:

To be eligible for consideration students must:

  • meet the admissions requirements for the relevant master’s degree program
  • be able to demonstrate financial need, which will be assessed based on requested details of income, other financial information and plans for financing studies.

These scholarships are also available for master’s programs at Christie’s Education, London campus.

Scholarship applications must be received by April 30, 2019. 

For more information, visit christies.edu.

For gainful employment disclosures, visit christies.edu/gedt.

APPLY NOW: Scholars’ Writing Workshop at The Frick Art Reference Library

The Frick Art Reference Library, New York, is sponsoring a Scholars’ Writing Workshop on three consecutive Wednesday afternoons in the spring of 2019: February 20th and 27th and March 6th. This workshop is designed for graduate students and emerging scholars who are preparing an article on an art historical topic for a peer-reviewed publication. Participants will read and assess each other’s work while the director of the seminar, Dr. Marjorie Munsterberg, a former Field Editor for caa.reviews, will focus on strategies for producing effective abstracts, introductions, and conclusions.
 
The seminar is free and open to the public, but space is limited. For consideration, please send a short letter of interest and a draft of your article to scholarsprogram@frick.org. The draft need not be polished, but it should be complete. The deadline for applications is January 15, 2019.

EDU: Universitätslehrgang Kunstrecht (Vienna, Jan 2019)

Universitätslehrgang Kunstrecht

Der Universitätslehrgang Kunstrecht startet im Jänner 2019 an der Fakultät für Rechtswissenschaften der Sigmund Freud PrivatUniversität.

Unter Kunstrecht versteht man den Schutz und die Pflege von Kulturgut und Weltkulturerbe, aber auch Kunsthandel, das Recht der Kunstauktionen und Kunstversicherungsrecht auf interdisziplinärer und transnationaler Ebene.

Im Fokus des Zertifikatskurses stehen brisante Themen wie der internationale Kulturgüterschutz, Denkmalschutz, Museologie, Kunstprivatrecht, sowie Urheber- und Persönlichkeitsrecht des Künstlers. Zudem spielen ökonomische Anknüpfungen und das Recht der internationalen Konventionen – etwa UNESCO, UNIDROIT und EU Recht – eine wichtige Rolle. Aktuelle Themen wie Rechtsfragen der Kunstfälschung, Restitution von Kulturgut und Provenienzforschung oder die Rolle des Kunstsachverständigen vor dem Hintergrund der nationalen und internationalen Gesetzeslage und Rechtsprechung werden diskutiert. Continue reading “EDU: Universitätslehrgang Kunstrecht (Vienna, Jan 2019)”

TIAMSA New York: Visit to Relative Values with Elizabeth Cleland, Friday, October 26, 4:00 PM

Join Elizabeth Cleland (Associate Curator, European Sculpture and Decorative Arts) for a tour of Relative Values: The Cost of Art in the Northern RenaissanceBringing together 62 masterpieces of northern European art, the exhibition revolves around questions of historical worth, exploring relative value systems in the Renaissance era. The objects on view—tapestry, stained and vessel glass, sculpture, paintings, precious metal-work, and enamels—are juxtaposed with pricing data from sixteenth-century documents.
TIAMSA members will meet at 3:45 PM at the central information desk in the Great Hall. Also note that the Met is open until 9:00 PM on Fridays. 

Apply Now: German/American Provenance Research Exchange Program (PREP) 2019

 Call for Applications

The application deadline has been pushed to October 14 for the 2019 leg of Provenance Research Exchange Program (PREP), which gathers Museums Professionals in the USA and Germany.

The attachment contains information about the Program and a link to the application for 2019 — which will be its third and last year.

PREP is a unique program that was created to think strategically and collaboratively about Holocaust-era provenance research, and to foster transatlantic networking.

The Program was hosted by The Met and the Berlin State Museums in 2017; the 2018 participants went to the Getty Research Institute in February and will meet again in Munich in October, where PREP will be hosted by the Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte.

In 2019, the new cohort of PREP participants will be hosted by the Dresden State Art Collections in the spring, and the Smithsonian Institution in DC in the fall.

For both week-long trips (Dresden and Washington DC), participants’ flight, room and board are covered by a German Government grant funded by the German Program for Transatlantic Encounters.

The organizing and partnering institutions of the German/American Provenance Research Exchange Program (PREP) for Museum Professionals, 2017-2019, announce the third and final year of the interdisciplinary exchange program for German and US museum professionals engaged with Nazi-era art provenance research—curators, collections managers, archivists, researchers, lawyers, and IT experts museum professionals—to consider how best to facilitate and collaborate on international research projects, and increase the transparency of its resources and results.

This year, the third and final of PREP’s program, will feature two Exchanges:

  • PREP-Dresden Exchange, hosted by the Dresden State Art Museums (March 17-22, 2019)
  • PREP-Washington, DC Exchange, hosted by the Smithsonian Institution (October 20-26, 2019)

Applications for 2019  will be open through September 28, 2019.  The program will cover travel, lodging, and meals for the 21 applicants whom PREP’s steering committee will select to participate in both Exchanges. Selection announcements will go out mid-November 2018.

PREP is co-organized by the Smithsonian Institution and the Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz (Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation/Berlin State Museums). Its five partner institutions are the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, The Getty Research Institute in LA, the Dresden State Art Collections, the Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte (ZI) in Munich, and the German Center for Lost Art in Magdeburg.

PREP launched in 2017 with the 1st Exchange at the Met in New York, and the corresponding, 2nd Exchange was at the Berlin State Museums. The 3rd Exchange was at the Getty Research Institute in LA., and the 4th PREP Exchange will be at the Central Institute for Art History (ZI) in Munich, October 8-12, 2019.

Major support for PREP comes through a German government grant funded by the German Program for Transatlantic Encounters, with additional financial support from Germany’s Federal Commission for Culture and Media, the program’s six key partners, and the Smithsonian Women’s Committee.

For questions about the German/American Provenance Research Exchange Program or the application process, please contact provenance@si.edu or PREP@hv.spk-berlin.de

STIP: Heidelberg-Getty Dissertation Workshops: East Asian Art History (Heidelberg, July 21 – August 10, 2019)

Application deadline: Nov 1, 2018

Heidelberg Dissertation Workshops and European-U.K. Research Travel Stipends (Workshop Year 1: July 21 – August 10, 2019)

Heidelberg University, Institute for East Asian Art History announces dissertation workshops for graduate students in the fields of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Art History, with the goal of expanding the opportunities of the next generation of Chinese and Japanese art history scholars — both through access to international resources and by concentrating on skills to strengthen written argumentation and cross-cultural communication.

15 annual selected Ph.D. candidates will have the opportunity to spend 3 weeks in Europe and the U.K. The program will be divided into 3 parts: Continue reading “STIP: Heidelberg-Getty Dissertation Workshops: East Asian Art History (Heidelberg, July 21 – August 10, 2019)”

Stip: 10 Stellen und 9 Promotionsstipendien “a.r.t.e.s. Graduate School for the Humanities Cologne” (Univ. zu Köln)

a.r.t.e.s. Graduate School for the Humanities Cologne
Universität zu Köln
01.04. 2019-30.04. 2022

Application deadline: 31.10.2018

Starting in April 2019, the a.r.t.e.s. Graduate School for the Humanities Cologne, the Graduate School of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Cologne, will award 10 doctoral fellowships in the a.r.t.e.s. EUmanities programme and 9 doctoral scholarships over a period of three years.

The a.r.t.e.s. Graduate School – successful in the German Universities Excellence Initiative – provides a valuable opportunity to pursue a doctorate through a structured doctoral model of intensive supervision and interdisciplinary research. Seeking to bridge the disciplinary divide between the humanities and the natural sciences, a.r.t.e.s. Continue reading “Stip: 10 Stellen und 9 Promotionsstipendien “a.r.t.e.s. Graduate School for the Humanities Cologne” (Univ. zu Köln)”