Dear Readers and Colleagues,
Four new specialized Getty Library Research Grant opportunities have been generously funded by a Getty Research Institute Council member.
Please share with your colleagues and students as appropriate. Note that two of the grants are specifically designed to encourage research in primary sources by undergraduate and early career graduate students.
Four focused grants of $1,500 each will be awarded as follows:
— Research project focusing on an aspect of the art critic Clement Greenberg’s work utilizing the Clement Greenberg papers.
— Research involving the library’s special collections that focus on published and unpublished resources about the scientific aspects of materials used in the production of art, such as paper, pigments, textiles, and plastics.
— Research opportunity specifically for an advanced undergraduate majoring in art history, architectural history, or studio art, to conduct research in the library’s GRI’s special collections and library.
— Research opportunity specifically for a graduate student in the early stages of a graduate program (pre-M.A. or equivalent) in art history, architectural history, or studio art to conduct research in the GRI’s special collections and library.
Applications are now being accepted and are available online.
The deadline is April 30, 2019 for grants to be used between July 8, 2019 and December 20, 2019.
Please contact GRI Library Reference with any questions: email@example.com