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Deadlines for FAIC scholarships

From: Abigail Choudhury <achoudhury<-at->
Date: Monday, January 7, 2013
Applications are due in February 1, 2013 for requests for funding
for the Christa Gaehde Grant and the Carolyn Horton Grant that
support projects by AIC members specializing in Book and Paper. All
materials, including any required letters of support, must be
received by February 1, 2013 for consideration.

Guidelines, application forms, and tips for writing applications and
letters of support, are available at

    <URL:http://www.conservation-us.org/grants>

Carolyn Horton Grant

    The Carolyn Horton Fund is used to support continuing education,
    including attendance at meetings, seminars, workshops, or to
    conduct research or special projects by members of the AIC Book
    and Paper specialty group. The deadline for receipt of
    applications is February 1, 2013.

    This Carolyn Horton Fund was established to support continuing
    education for book/paper conservators who are members of the AIC
    Book and Paper specialty group. Funds may be used to help defray
    costs for attending meetings, seminars, workshops, or to conduct
    research or special projects. The amount available from the fund
    is approximately $1,000. Funds may be divided among qualified
    applicants.

Christa Gaehde Grant

    The Christa Gaehde Fund promotes study and research in the
    conservation of art on paper for members of AIC. Its scope is
    broad; projects may involve individual study, attendance at
    workshops, conferences, or other events, purchase of materials
    for research projects, or other activities in keeping with this
    goal. The deadline for receipt of applications is February 1,
    2013.

    The Christa Gaehde Fund was established through the Foundation
    of the American Institute for Conservation (FAIC) to promote
    study and research in the conservation of art on paper by
    members of AIC. Its scope is broad; projects may involve
    individual study, attendance at workshops, conferences, or other
    events, purchase of materials for research projects, or other
    activities in keeping with this goal. Earnings from the fund are
    used to offer awards annually. Individual grants typically range
    from $500 to $1,000, depending on the earnings on the endowment
    and the number of applicants.

Abigail Choudhury
Development and Education Coordinator
Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic
    and Artistic Works
1156 15th Street NW, Suite 320
Washington, DC 20005-1714
202-661-8070
Fax: 202-452-9328


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