Submission deadline:

October 2, 2023

Getty Conservation Guest Scholars Program

Los Angeles
California
The Conservation Guest Scholars Program at Getty provides opportunities for professionals to pursue research on topics that contribute to the advancement of practice in the conservation field. The Program is intended for established scholars, or individuals who have attained distinction in their fields.

Recipients are in residence at the Getty Conservation Institute for either three or six months, in which they pursue their own projects free from work-related obligations, make use of research collections at the Getty Center and Getty Villa, and participate with other Getty scholars, fellows, and interns in the intellectual life of Getty.

Applications are welcome from researchers and practitioners of all nationalities working in conservation, historic preservation, heritage science, heritage studies, and related fields. Applicants should have at least seven years of professional experience and should have an established record of publications and other contributions to the field. Proposals for postdoctoral research or research that contributes to a PhD or other academic degree will not be considered.
 
For eligibility, terms, and how to apply, visit https://gty.art/GCIScholars. The application deadline is October 2, 2023.

For questions regarding the program or the application process, please contact: GCIScholars@getty.edu

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