• Expand Global | Opportunity

    (ADVERTISE Jobs & Opportunities IN PRINT AND RECEIVE A free ONLINE LISTING HERE!)

    Advertise Jobs & Opportunities in the print version of The Burlington Magazine and receive a FREE online listing here!

    Email Mark Scott, Advertising & Development Director, for more information.

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    Graduate programs in Fine and Decorative Art from Sotheby's Institute

    Graduate programs in Fine and Decorative Art from Sotheby's Institute

    The Master’s degree in Fine and Decorative Art and Design derives from the oldest program at Sotheby's Institute of Art, which started in 1969. It offers an integrated study of fine and decorative art and design based on case studies drawn from the late Renaissance through to the latetwentieth century. These studies are used as lenses through which to examine the production and materiality of art objects, and to consider aspects of consumption, including patronage and collecting and the historical and contemporary art market. Sotheby's Institute of Art in London is accredited by The University of Manchester, and offers world-class education across a variety of art world disciplines. 15-week Semester courses in Decorative Arts
    and Design also offered at the London campus.

    Visit www.sothebysinstitute.com for more information

    Sotheby's Institute of Art is The Graduate School of Art and Its Markets
    Evolving from a small connoisseurship program begun by Sotheby's Auction House in 1969 Sotheby's Institute of Art is now the leader in art business education and object based learning. Our faculty represent the best of the art world helping students master the unique forces at play at the
    intersection of art and commerce.

    Address: 30 Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3EE United Kingdom
    Telephone: +44 (0)20 7462 3244
    Email: admissions@sothebysinstitute.com

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    Rijksmuseum Fellowship Programme 2019–20

    Applications due by 20 January 2019

    The Rijksmuseum welcomes international, independent research proposals which open new perspectives on the museum’s collection, its history and activities. The purpose of the Rijkmuseum Fellowship Programme is to encourage and support scholarly investigation, and to contribute to academic discourses while strengthening bonds between the museum and universities. The programme enables highly talented candidates to base part of their research at the Rijksmuseum, and offers access to the museum’s expertise, collections, library and laboratories. Furthermore, the programme facilitates opportunities for Fellows to engage in workshops and excursions to encourage exchange of knowledge - both amongst themselves and the broader museum audience.

    Application and procedure

    Please review the eligibility, funding and application requirements by visiting the Rijksmuseum website. For the 2019-2020 academic year, candidates can apply for:

    • Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship for art historical research – Apply here
    • Johan Huizinga Fellowship for historical research – Apply here
    • Migelien Gerritzen Fellowship for conservation research – Apply here
    • Anton C.R. Dreesmann Fellowship for art historical research – Apply here

    The closing date for all applications is 20 January 2019, at 6:00 p.m. (Amsterdam time/CET). No applications will be accepted after this deadline. All applications must be submitted online and in English. Applications or related materials delivered via email, postal mail, or in person will not be accepted.

    Selection will be made by an international committee in February 2019. The committee consists of eminent scholars in the relevant fields of study from European universities and institutions, and members of the curatorial and conservation staff of the Rijksmuseum. Applicants will be notified by 15 March 2019. All Fellowships will start in September 2019.

     

    Further information and application forms: www.rijksmuseum.nl/fellowships

    For questions concerning the application procedure, contact Roos Staats, Coordinator of the Fellowship Programme (r.staats@rijksmuseum.nl).

     

  • Expand Global | Opportunity

    Asian art: call for articles

    The October issue of the Burlington Magazine will be an Asian art number. We are seeking new subsmissions of articles presenting new research on any aspect or period of the arts of Asia. Articles, which should be no longer than 5,000 words should be submitted to editorial@burlington.org.uk by 1st June. Articles published in the magazine are peerreviewed, for a  full set of submission guidelines, please see our website: www.burlington.org.uk/submit-an-article. Potential contributors are encouraged to discuss their proposal with the Editor in advance of subission: mhall@burlington.org.uk

  • Expand UK and International | Fellowships

    Leverhulme Trust 2019 Awards (Fellowships & Studentships)

    LEVERHULME TRUST

    2019 Awards

    The Leverhulme Trust is currently accepting applications for the following awards:


    Emeritus Fellowships enable retired academics from UK
    institutions to complete a body of research for publication.
    Up to £22,000 is available for research costs. Fellowships
    are offered for periods of 3 to 24 months. Approximately 35
    fellowships are available.
    Closing date: 31 January 2019


    Study Abroad Studentships support a period
    of advanced study or research anywhere in the world,
    except for the UK and USA. £21,000 a year is available for
    maintenance and travel; additional help with fees, research
    costs, and maintenance for dependents may also be provided.
    Studentships are offered for periods of 12 to 24 months.
    Approximately 20 studentships are available.
    Closing date: 7 January 2019


    For more information please visit
    www.leverhulme.ac.uk/funding,
    call 020 7042 9861/9862,
    or email: grants@leverhulme.ac.uk
    Registered Charity No. 1159154

  • Expand London | Course

    Christie's Education

    Higher and Continuing Education Programmes in London, New York,
    Hong Kong and Online with Christie’s Education

    Christie’s Education is a specialist provider of higher and continuing education, and an internationally recognised centre of academic excellence in the study of art business and the art market, art history and art world ecosystems, curating and connoisseurship.

    We offer master’s degrees in London and New York, and are dedicated to preparing students for entry into the art world, placing great importance on analytical skills, object-based learning, research and scholarship, and the practical experience of art and business as the keys to professional success. Studies are reinforced with a rigorous professional development course and all students are offered an integrated art world work placement as part of their degree.

    We also offer a wide range of continuing education opportunities in London, New York and Hong Kong, designed to introduce the fundamentals of art, collecting and art business, as well as advanced and certificate courses for those with an appetite to study at a deeper level. In addition, our online courses provide a fully immersive experience of the art world, enabling you to access rich and exclusive content wherever you are based.

    Visit www.christies.edu for more information and a full list of courses.

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    CEEH Doctoral Scholarship in Spanish Art-Historical Studies at The Courtauld Institute, London

    CEEH Doctoral Scholarship
    in Spanish Art-Historical Studies at
    The Courtauld Institute, London


    The Courtauld is delighted to announce the creation of a fullyfunded
    doctoral scholarship in Spanish art-historical studies,


    commencing at The Courtauld in October 2019. The scholarship
    will cover The Courtauld’s Home/EU/International tuition fees for
    three years (or four if required), together with an annual stipend
    of £12,000 for living costs and travel.


    Applicants are advised to send prospective supervisors a 300-word
    proposal, CV, and sample of written work in English well before
    the application deadline of 11 January 2019.

    They must demonstrate that Spanish art, architecture or visual culture forms
    the focus of their proposed research topic, which should also fall
    within the proposed supervisor’s areas of research expertise.


    Applicants should submit The Courtauld Scholarship
    application form together with their PhD application.

    See
    http://courtauld.ac.uk/study/phd-research for further information.
    This scholarship has been created through the generosity of CEEH
    (Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica), in association with ARTES,
    the Iberian and Latin-American Visual Arts Group.

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    Nigel Glendinning Doctoral Studentship in Spanish Studies, Kings College, Cambridge

    Nigel Glendinning Doctoral Studentship in Spanish Studies - King’s College, Cambridge


    King’s College, Cambridge announces the Nigel Glendinning Doctoral Studentship in Spanish Studies:

    Art and Literature of 17th and 18th century Spain.

    Funding is available for a three- to four- year course of study, commencing in academic year 2019/2020.

    Candidates must apply to the University of Cambridge to study either at the Department of History of Art,
    the Department of Spanish and Portuguese (Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages), or the Faculty of History and must put
    King’s College, Cambridge as their first-choice college. The successful candidate will be selected by the College.
    Candidates are encouraged to apply to the appropriate department or faculty by 8 February 2019.
    Funding will be sufficient to cover tuition, fees and maintenance costs, plus an annual allowance for research and travel.

    In addition, funding is available for a conference, hosted at King’s College, in Year 3. For more information, please visit the graduate
    studies section of the College website, www.kings.cam.ac.uk The Nigel Glendinning Studentship is made possible through
    the generosity of the Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica (CEEH), in association with ARTES

  • Expand Dublin | Scholarship

    Rosemarie Mulcahy Scholarship for the Study of Spanish Art, Trinity College, Dublin

    Rosemarie Mulcahy Scholarship for the Study of Spanish Art

    Trinity College Dublin and the Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica
    are delighted to announce the creation of a Doctoral Scholarship for
    the Study of Spanish Art in memory of Rosemarie Mulcahy (1942-
    2012), whose teaching and research career focused on Renaissance
    Spain, and who wrote the catalogue of Spanish Paintings in the
    National Gallery of Ireland (1988).


    Fully funded by the CEEH, the Scholarship will be tenable for a
    maximum of four years full-time from the academic year 2019-20.


    Applicants should demonstrate that the art of Spain 1450-1750 is
    central to their proposed research, which will be supervised by
    members of staff in the Department of History of Art and
    Architecture of Trinity College Dublin. Ideally, the research project
    should involve study of the collections of Spanish art held in the
    National Gallery of Ireland.


    The application deadline is 31 March 2019. For application
    requirements and further information, please visit
    http://www.tcd.ie/History_of_Art/research/
    This scholarship has been created through the generosity of CEEH
    (Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica) in association with ARTES, the
    Iberian and Latin-American Visual Arts Group.

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    Zurbarán Doctoral Scholarship for the Study of Spanish Art, Durham University

    Zurbarán Doctoral Scholarship for the Study of Spanish Art


    The Zurbarán Centre for Spanish and Latin American Art is pleased to invite applications for a fully funded doctoral
    scholarship in Spanish art-historical studies, commencing at Durham University in the academic year 2019/20.

    The scholarship will be devoted to art-historical projects on:

    Spanish art of the Golden Age and/or its legacy in Britain and/or Europe up to the 19th century.

    It is tenable for three years full-time or five years
    part-time. The successful candidate will enjoy privileged access
    to the Spanish Gallery at The Auckland Project in Bishop
    Auckland, which houses one of the most remarkable collections
    of Spanish art in the UK.


    Applicants are advised to contact the administration of the
    Zurbarán Centre (zurbaran.centre@durham.ac.uk) to discuss
    research proposals before the application deadline of 31 March
    2019. Candidates should apply to Durham University’s PhD
    programme in the History of Art and Architecture, following the
    process outlined at www.dur.ac.uk/zurbaran.


    This scholarship has been created thanks to the generous support
    of CEEH (Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica), in association
    with ARTES and The Auckland Project.
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