Deadline: May 20, 2019
Deadline and Requirements for the Spring:
Application process opens on March 20, 2019 and closes May 20, 2019.
Restricted to individuals who identify as people of color (PoC) and are currently living in Washington State.
You may be a student or an unaffiliated art historian (adjunct professors and independent art historians qualify).
Education Requirements: Must have a B.A. in art history, art (all disciplines), or humanities (all disciplines). May be coursing through or have attained a M.A. or Ph.D program in art history, art (all disciplines), or humanities (all disciplines).
Required Materials: A resumé (please include home address) and an 800 word essay where you share with the CORAI Team how $500 will help you make a difference in art history (e.g., buy a College Art Association membership, attending a seminar, buying research materials, covering transportation costs to a research site, rewriting outdated curricula, etc.) Also share with us your art historical focus and how your perspective, theory, or interpretation enrich the current art history paradigm.
Please submit materials in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org. Subject line must read: Heliconia Grant Last Name, First Name
Questions? Send your inquiries to email@example.com and we'll be happy to help.
Seattle, WA *
*The CORAI Project is located on unceded Duwamish Territory