The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Curatorial Fellow - Chrysler Museum and the Hampton U Museum
The Chrysler Museum of Art (CMA) and the Hampton University Museum (HUM) are pleased to announce a joint graduate curatorial fellowship, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, focused on modern African painting and traditional African sculpture. The Curatorial Fellowship is an opportunity to work with two unique collections of African art in two very special museum collections and environments. This three-year pilot fellowship is available to an outstanding recent MA or Ph.D. graduate specializing in historic and/or contemporary African art and interested in a museum career. Project Background and Goals The Fellow’s project will focus on conducting research and eventually organizing an exhibition on works of art in the HUM’s Harmon Foundation Collectio
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