Applications Open for Meadows Museum Fellowships (Dallas, Texas)
The Meadows Museum in Dallas, TX is now accepting applications for two graduate fellowships at the museum: the Mellon Curatorial Fellowship and the Center for Spain in America (CSA) Curatorial Fellowship. The former is a two-year, postdoctoral position for candidates who have earned their PhDs within the last five years; the latter is a one-year pre-doctoral position for candidates who have completed their coursework and have advanced to the writing stage for their PhDs. Applications for both opportunities consist of a CV, personal statement, and three letters of recommendation, and all materials are due on February 15, 2021.
These fellowships support research into all periods of Spanish art and offer scholars unique opportunities to examine art of the Hispanic world, both here in Dallas with our world-renowned collection of Spanish art that spans the tenth through the twenty-first centuries and with partner institutions around the globe. Candidates seeking a museum career will gain valuable professional skills as a part of our curatorial team, working directly with exhibitions, programming, and acquisitions.
More detailed information about the positions can be found on our website (meadowsmuseumdallas.org/fellowships), which includes links to a virtual information session over Zoom in January and a digital yearbook that highlights the activities of past fellows. It’s my hope that you’ll share this information with your staff and colleagues so that any interested candidates can apply and obtain letters of recommendation before the deadline of February 15, 2021. If you need further information, feel free to contact our Director of Education, Anne Kindseth at akindseth[at]smu.edu.