The Henry Moore Institute invites applications for the following fellowship programmes:
Research Fellowships are intended for artists, scholars and curators, working on historic and contemporary sculpture using the Institute\’s library, archive of sculptors\’ papers and the collection of Leeds Art Gallery. Up to 4 fellows will be given the opportunity to spend a month in Leeds to develop their own research. With access to our resources and an on-going dialogue with the Institute staff, fellows are free to pursue their own interests in a supportive and stimulating environment.
Senior Fellowships are intended to give established scholars (working on any aspect of sculpture) time and space to develop a research project free from their usual work commitments. Up to 2 senior fellowships, for periods of between 4 to 6 weeks will be offered.
Both fellowships provide accommodation, travel expenses and a per diem. The Institute offers the possibility of presenting finished research in published form, as a seminar, or as a small exhibition. The fellowships are an integral part of the research programme, presenting fresh perspectives on the Institute\’s collections, opening up new collaborative possibilities and furthering research into sculpture.
For more information on the Henry Moore Institute research fellowships please visit: http://www.henry-moore.org/hmi/research
For further information or to apply for a fellowship please contact:
Kirstie Gregory – Research Programme Assistant
Henry Moore Institute, The Headrow, Leeds LS1 3AH.
T: + 44 (0) 113 246 7467
To apply for either fellowship please send a letter of application, a proposal and a CV by 10 January 2011
About the Henry Moore Institute: The Henry Moore Institute is an award-winning exhibitions venue, research centre and sculpture archive. It is situated in the heart of the city of Leeds (United Kingdom).
The Institute is open year round, free of charge and showcases the best in international sculpture, both historical and contemporary. It also runs a world-class programme of research and events, and is home to the country\’s leading sculpture archive.
The Henry Moore Institute is part of The Henry Moore Foundation, established by sculptor Henry Moore in 1977.