Senior Fellowship Grants
Two Senior Fellowships are offered annually to established scholars in the field of British art and architectural history to complete a manuscript or book for publication or to undertake a sustained period of research towards a major project. The fellowships are for senior scholars only and are for nine months each.
Three Mid-Career Fellowships are offered annually for research in the field of British art and architectural history. These fellowships offer a four-month period of research to applicants who already have a significant publishing record and are working on a subsequent research, publishing or curatorial project. The four-month period may be used to undertake research for an article, book, exhibition or catalogue.
Five Postdoctoral Fellowships are offered annually for the purpose of transforming doctoral research in the field of British art and architectural history into publishable form. The fellowships are for six months
Four Junior Fellowships are offered annually to scholars in the advanced stages of their doctoral research in the field of British art and architectural history to pursue further study in the UK (based at the Paul Mellon Centre) or in the USA (based at the Yale Center for British Art). The fellowships are for three months
Research Support Grants
Grants to contribute towards travel and subsistence expenses for scholars engaged in research on the history of British art or architecture. Grants, of up to £2,000, may be used towards the expenses incurred in visiting collections, libraries, archives or historic sites with the United Kingdom or abroad for research purposes.
Educational Programme Grants
Grants to support lectures, symposia, seminars or conferences on British art and architecture. Educational programmes eligible for awards up to £3,000 include lectures, conferences, symposia and seminars for scholars or provided at a scholarly level for the general public.
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Featured image sourced from Paul Mellon Centre’s web-site.