Recent Opportunities

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BE A FELLOW. BE A CONVENER. BE A PART OF THE RESEARCH AND ACADEMIC PROGRAM AT THE CLARK.

The Clark Art Institute combines a public art museum with a lively Research and Academic Program (RAP). The Clark’s collections, library, visual resources, and Fellows program are located in the Manton Research Center, along with the Williams College Graduate Program in the History of Art, sponsored jointly with the Clark. Our campus is within walking distance of Williams College, its libraries, and its art museum, and a brief drive away from the internationally renowned MASS MoCA.
AS A FELLOW, you will join a distinguished, international family of scholars, critics, museum professionals, and artists. Applicants propose projects that will extend and enhance the understanding of visual art and its role in culture. Clark Fellows work in offices in the Manton Research Center—which houses the Clark library’s open stack collection of some 300,000 volumes dedicated to art history—and live in spacious, beautiful apartments in a residence across the street. Clark Fellows receive stipends that take into account sabbatical and salary replacement needs, and travel expenses are reimbursed.
AS A CONVENER, your Clark Colloquium, Conference, Symposium, or Workshop will address a vital topic in its field. RAP welcomes proposals for these events on an ongoing basis. We give preference to projects that are multidisciplinary in structure and bring to notice innovative research.
For more information, visit clarkart.edu/rapfellowship or clarkart.edu/rap/events.
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SAH thanks The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Fund at The Chicago Community Foundation for its operating support.
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