Getty Research Institute

Deadline: 01/11/2002
September 29, 2003

The Getty Grant Programme provides support to scholars to pursue interpretive projects on topics that will advance the understanding of art and its history. Although grantees are welcome to use the Getty library if their projects bring them to Los Angeles, fellowships are nonresidential. Grant recipients pursue their research wherever necessary to complete their projects.

Collaborative Research Grants
These grants provide opportunities for teams of scholars to collaborate on interpretive research projects that offer new explanations of art and its history. Teams may consist of two or more art historians, or of an art historian and one or more scholars from other disciplines.

Full details here
Address: The Getty Grant Programme
1200 Getty Center Drive
Suite 800
Los Angeles
California 90049-1685
USA

Telephone: +1 310 440 7374
Fax: +1 310 440 7703
Email: researchgrants@getty.edu

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