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2014–15 Moore Curatorial Fellowship in Drawings and Prints
The Morgan Library & Museum is pleased to announce the Moore Curatorial Fellowship in the Department of Drawings and Prints. This one year appointment, eligible for a one-year renewal, provides the opportunity to gain firsthand experience and professional training in curatorial work and the study and connoisseurship of old master and 19th century drawings. The Moore Curatorial Fellow will be a fully integrated member of the department, with duties and responsibilities comparable to those of a curatorial assistant. The Fellow will have the opportunity to conduct research on the Morgan's collection of drawings — one of the finest in the country, ranging from the fourteenth century to the present — and to contribute significantly to all phases of exhibition planning, organization and installation; museum education; publications; and other departmental activities.
The Fellowship term will begin in September 2014.
Deadline for applications: March 14th
- Doctoral work beyond the M.A., with preference given to those in the final years of, or having recently completed, a PhD in art history.
- Proficiency in at least one European language.
- Demonstrated commitment to scholarship in art history, preferably in the field of drawings or paintings.
- Excellent writing and public speaking skills, together with the ability to interpret exhibitions for a wide audience.
- An enthusiasm for museum work, and the ability to work collaboratively and to approach a broad range of tasks with a positive outlook.
To apply: Please submit electronically a cover letter addressing your interest in the Fellowship, a complete curriculum vitae including language proficiencies, a writing sample, and names of three references to
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