Formally known as the Getty Grant Program, the Getty Foundation started in the year 1984.
Situated in Los Angeles, California at the Getty Center, it gives grants for “the understanding and preservation of the visual arts. It helps in the advancement of research and conservation by supporting scholars and the profession through projects, publications and grants.
Between 2002 and 2007, the Foundation spent over $13.5 million to fund plans to care for, maintain, and preserve historic resources” at 86 United States colleges and universities.
Getty Scholar Grants are for established scholars or those who have excelled in their fields. Prospective recipients may be settled at the Getty Research Institute or the Getty Villa, where they pursue their projects independently of work-related responsibilities, attend weekly lectures with colleagues and unhindered access to the Getty Collection.
A. Scholarship slots: Not Specified
B. Degree level: Scholars World Wide
D. Eligible Nationality: International
E. Award country :USA
F. Application Deadline: October 3, 2022
A. 6-month residency: September to April, January to June: $43,000
B. 3-month residency: September to December, January to April: $21,500
C. 9-month residency: September to June: $65,000
D. Housing apartment.
E. Workstation at the Getty Research Institute or Getty Villa
F. Available healthcare option
G. Travel stipend
A. Prospective applicants must obtain their degree after 1st September 2019.
B. Scholars must be working in the humanities, arts or social sciences.
C. Scholars of all nationalities are eligible
Eligible Documents Needed for application are listed below:
A. Project Proposal: Each application must include a description of the applicant’s proposed study and research project (up to five pages, typed and double-spaced).
Details should show
(1) how the project impacts the theme of the academic year
(2) how the project will proceed through Getty resources, including the library and its collection.
Applicants for the AAAHI and PRW Research Project Scholarships are not required to work on an annual subject. Instead, they should focus their attention on African American art and cultural history for the AAAHI Scholarship or turn their attention to the life and legacy of Williams for the PRW Research Project Scholarship.
B. Curriculum Vitae
C. Optional Writing Sample
Mode of Application: Online
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