STIP: Fellowships at the Center for Italian Modern Art (New York, 2016/2017)

Center for Italian Modern Art, New York
Application deadline: Jan 29, 2016
The Center for Italian Modern Art, a non-profit exhibition and research
center based in New York and dedicated to the promotion and study of
modern and contemporary Italian art, welcomes applications for its
2016-17 fellowship program.
Each academic year CIMA presents an annual exhibition that provides the
theme for the organization’s activities for the year. Our past seasons
were dedicated to Fortunato Depero and Medardo Rosso, respectively,
while our current season focuses on Giorgio Morandi. Our 2016-17
season will be devoted to Giorgio de Chirico and Giulio Paolini.
Alongside exhibitions and public programs, CIMA offers art historical
fellowships at the master’s, doctoral, and post-doctoral level, for
study in New York or research in Italy.
The 2016-17 call for application and instructions on how to apply can
be found at: http://www.italianmodernart.org/fellowship-program.
The deadline is January 29, 2016.
Center for Italian Modern Art
421 Broome Street
New York NY 10013
www.italianmodernart.org
info@italianmodernart.org
+1.646.370.3596

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