About Clark Art Institute Fellowship
The Clark Art Institute Fellowship is a prestigious opportunity open to international students from all over the world. It offers postdoctoral research positions at The Clark Art Institute in the USA for the academic year 2024-2025. The fellowship aims to support scholars, critics, curators, and museum professionals in their research projects that contribute to a broader understanding of visual arts and their cultural significance. The Clark Art Institute is renowned for its art museum, research programs, and academic initiatives, including a notable art history library. It serves as a global hub for discussions on art and its historical context.
The deadline to apply for the Clark Art Institute Fellowship is October 15, 2023. Applications for the fellowship will open in the summer of 2023.
- Level of Study: Postdoctoral
- Institution: Clark Art Institute
- Study Location: USA
- Opportunity Focus Areas: History, Visual culture, Theory, Interpretation
- Program Period: The duration of the fellowship ranges from one to ten months.
To be eligible for the Clark Art Institute Fellowship, applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Required Language: English
- Eligible Countries: All countries worldwide
- Applicants may come from academic, museum, or other professional backgrounds.
- A PhD degree or equivalent professional experience is required.
- Candidates can be employed full-time, part-time, or be independent scholars, curators, or critics.
- Strong writing and research skills are essential.
To apply for the Clark Art Institute Fellowship, follow these instructions:
- Fill out the application form.
- Upload a description of your proposed project within 500 characters.
- Provide the contact information of your referees, who will need to send a one-page recommendation letter to email@example.com.
- After submitting the online application, email the following requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Curriculum vitae (PDF format, maximum of 3 double-spaced pages).
- Statement (PDF format, maximum of 3 double-spaced pages in English) that outlines the assumptions and critical commitments guiding your project. Situate the project within existing research, highlight its novelty and relevance, and explain why there is a disciplinary need for it.
Benefits and Opportunities:
- Clark Art Institute Fellowship recipients are awarded scholarships based on need and earnings, with a maximum rate of $30,000 per semester.
- Fellows’ tax liability to the United States government will be assessed on a case-by-case basis, following the tax regulations of the Internal Revenue Service.
- Travel expenses to and from the Clark Art Institute will be reimbursed for the fellow and one accompanying family member.
- Fellows are provided with fully furnished apartments in a recently refurbished late nineteenth-century house near the Clark campus. The apartments range from one to two bedrooms, with common spaces.
- A private office in the Manton Research Center is allocated to each fellow, accessible from 8 am to 11 pm.
- Computer and IT support will be provided upon request.
For further details about the Clark Art Institute Fellowship, please visit the official website.