The Arthur D. James Fellowship in Museum Studies
The Arthur D. James Fellowship in Museum Studies at DePaul Art Museum provides an opportunity for a student in one of many related fields (including, but not limited to Anthropology, Art History, History, Museum Studies, Education, English, Studio Art, Philosophy, Critical Ethnic Studies, Latino Studies, Black Diaspora studies, Women and Gender Studies, Communications, etc.) to gain hands-on experience and pre-professional training in the practice of museum administration, collections management and care, exhibition development and implementation, community outreach, and/or museum education.
All projects at DePaul Art Museum share a mission to enrich the university’s commitments to excellence, diversity and social concerns. Additionally, in 2019 the museum has initiated a multi-year Latinx Initiative, a research inquiry focused on artists of Latin American heritage living and working in the United States. The selected Fellow will contribute to the initiative, in addition to other assignments.
This fellowship is open to DePaul juniors, seniors and graduate students in all majors. Some art history background is preferred. GPA requirement: 3.0.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please submit one letter of recommendation and a writing sample/paper that demonstrates your writing skills. Additionally, please submit a written response to the following prompt (up to 500 words): How does this fellowship support your career goals?
Applications are due September 15, 2019. The Fellow will be selected in the fall quarter and will work in the following winter and spring quarters.
One Fellowship is offered per academic year. $4,500 stipend ($2,250 paid at the end of each quarter as tuition remission).