Museums & Exhibitions Bursary Awards
Funding for Academic Collaborations with Museums & Galleries
1st May and 1st November, 5pm
Next deadline: 1st November 2014, 5pm
The Museums and Exhibitions Group assesses two bursary schemes, each offering an award twice a year.
This award is primarily intended to foster collaboration between museum professionals and academics (FE or HE affiliated, or independent) towards a research-led event, publication, exhibition or display.
The Individual Award is offered to provide financial assistance for museum professionals to undertake original research towards a publication, exhibition or display.
Applicants to each scheme can apply for any amount between £200 and £5250.
The award is tenable for a maximum of 12 months and can only be used for one project.
Download the Guidelines and Application Form (for both schemes).
Please direct any queries to the AAH Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photographers’ Gallery, London and Manchester Metropolitan Museum, with Dr Patricia Allmer and Dr John Sears
Read their report.
Exhibition: Taking Shots: the Photography of William S Burroughs (see image). Click here for more information.
Tate and Chelsea College of Art and Design , with Ann Harezlak in collaboration with Jennifer Mundy
Project title: With Henry Moore: The Gemma Levine Archive. Click here for more information.
Tate Liverpool and Winchester School of Art, Archives of Art Criticism at the University of Rennes
Art, Criticism and the Forces of Globalisation
Stills, Scotland's Centre for Photography, Edinburgh, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow and the University of Edinburgh
Lady Lever Art Gallery and Dr Pamella Gerrish Nunn
Find out more about this project: A Pre-Raphaelite Journey: Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale.
Torquay Museum and University of Aberdeen
Find out more about this project: Marvellous Marble: South Devon’s Forgotten Industry and read the report.
Manchester Museum, the Whitworth Art Gallery and the Edinburgh College of Art, University of Huddersfield and Manchester Metropolitan University
Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery and University of East Anglia
Electronic learning resource
Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Exeter and University of Plymouth
Find out more about this project: 'Into the Light: French and British painting from Impressionism to the 1920s' and read the report.