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Subject: Fellowship at National Gallery of Canada

Fellowship at National Gallery of Canada

From: Anne Maheux <amaheux>
Date: Wednesday, November 19, 2003
The Claudia De Hueck Fellowship in Art Conservation 2004/2005
National Gallery of Canada

The Claudia De Hueck Fellowship in Art Conservation provides the
opportunity to work with a team of practical conservators in a
modern museum environment, and offers broad contact with other
departments and the various functions of the National Gallery.
Special interests and expertise on the part of the applicant will be
encouraged, and every opportunity will be taken to build upon prior
training and expertise.

Applicants must have a graduate degree from a recognized
conservation training program with a specialization in one of the
following areas: traditional paintings, contemporary art, decorative
arts and sculpture, prints, drawings, or photographs.

The Fellowship is a twelve-month residency, including two weeks of
annual leave, with an award of $27,000; a modest sum for travel and
research may be negotiated. The period of residency will fall
between the summer/autumn of 2003 and the summer/autumn of 2004.

A full curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference sent under
separate cover by the referees, are to be addressed to

    Stephen Gritt
    Chief, Restoration and Conservation Laboratory
    National Gallery of Canada
    Fax: 613-991-2680
    sgritt [at] gallery__ca

Applications are to be postmarked no later than February 29, 2004.
Adjudication and notification of applicants will take place in March

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