The Getty Foundation

Grants Awarded FY16

The Getty Foundation awards grants through strategic initiatives that strengthen art history as a global discipline, promote the interdisciplinary practice of conservation, increase access to museum and archival collections, and develop current and future leaders.

The following grants were awarded between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015.

ART HISTORY

Connecting Art Histories

This initiative strengthens the discipline of art history through sustained international exchange among scholars around the world.

  • Max Weber Stiftung–Deutsche Geisteswissenschaftliche Institute im Ausland, Bonn, Germany. For the research seminar “Paris—Capital of Modernity” for Chinese scholars, organized by the Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte in Paris, France. $135,000
  • Ruprecht-Karls-Universität, Heidelberg, Germany. For the second phase of the research seminar series “The Ethnographic Eye: Entangled Modernisms—Chinese Artists Trained in Europe.” $225,000


Digital Art History

This initiative is helping art historians explore the opportunities and challenges of new technologies.

  • Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. For the summer institute “Visualizing Venice: The Venetian Ghetto.” $140,000
  • Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich, Switzerland. For an institute in digital art history for German-speaking countries in Europe. Fr138,800


Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA

Grants are supporting exhibitions and programs about Latin American and Latino art that will take place across Southern California in 2017 as part of this collaborative initiative.

  • Academy Foundation, Beverly Hills, California. For the film series and accompanying publication From Latin America to Hollywood: Latino Film Culture in Los Angeles, 1967–2017. $150,000
  • Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Aesthetic Experiments and Social Agents: Renegade Art and Action in Mexico in the 1990s. $160,000
  • Autry Museum of the American West, Los Angeles, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue LA RAZA. $150,000
  • California Institute of the Arts, Valencia. For the exhibition and accompanying publication The Words of Others (Palabras Ajenas) at REDCAT. $140,000
  • California State University Long Beach Research Foundation. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue David Lamelas: A Life of Their Own at the University Art Museum. $200,000
  • City of Los Angeles, California. For research and planning for the exhibition Learning from Latin America: Art, Architecture, and Visions of Modernism at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. $90,000
  • Craft and Folk Art Museum Incorporating the Egg and the Eye, Los Angeles, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue The US–Mexico Border: Place, Imagination, and Possibility. $110,000
  • 18th Street Arts Complex, Santa Monica, California. For artist residencies and the exhibition A Universal History of Infamy: Virtues of Disparity, in collaboration with LACMA. $100,000
  • Filmforum, Inc., Los Angeles, California. For the film series and accompanying publication Ism, Ism, Ism: Experimental Film in Latin America. $200,000
  • Friends of the Chinese American Museum, Los Angeles, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Circles and Circuits: Chinese Caribbean Art at the Chinese American Museum and the California African American Museum. $175,000
  • Henry E. Huntington Library & Art Gallery, San Marino, California. For the exhibition Visual Voyages: Images of Latin American Nature from Columbus to Darwin. $200,000
  • Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Transpacific Borderlands: The Art of Japanese Diaspora in Lima, Los Angeles, Mexico City, and São Paulo. $150,000
  • Laguna Art Museum, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Mexico/LA: History into Art, 1820–1930. $230,000
  • LAXART, Los Angeles, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Video Art in Latin America. $95,000
  • Library Foundation of Los Angeles, California. For the exhibition and programming series Visualizing Language: Zapotec as a Lens to a Worldview. $275,000
  • Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Inc., California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Juan Downey: Radiant Nature at LACE and the Pitzer College Art Galleries. $200,000
  • Los Angeles Nomadic Division, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue José Dávila. $90,000
  • MAK Center for Art and Architecture, West Hollywood, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue How to Read El Pato Pascual: Disney’s Latin America and Latin America’s Disney at the MAK Center for Art and Architecture and The Luckman Gallery at the California State University, Los Angeles. $250,000
  • Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Learning from Latin America: Art, Architecture, and Visions of Modernism at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. $220,000
  • Museum Associates, Los Angeles, California. For three exhibitions and accompanying catalogues: A Universal History of Infamy; Mexico and California Design, 1915–1985; and Playing with Fire: The Art of Carlos Almaraz at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. $490,000
  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Anna Maria Maiolino. $200,000
  • Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Memories of Underdevelopment. $310,000
  • Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara, Inc., California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Guatemala from 33,000 Kilometers: Contemporary Art from 1960–Present at the Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara and the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art. $200,000
  • Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago. $225,000
  • Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Talking to Action at the Ben Maltz Gallery. $100,000
  • Palm Springs Art Museum, California. For research and planning for the exhibition Living Architecture: Lina Bo Bardi and Albert Frey. $75,000
  • Palm Springs Art Museum, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Living Architecture: Lina Bo Bardi and Albert Frey. $150,000
  • Palm Springs Art Museum, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Kinesthesia: Latin American Kinetic Art, 1954–1969. $250,000
  • Plaza de Cultura y Arte Foundation, Los Angeles, California. For research and planning for the exhibition ¡Murales Rebeldes! Contested Chicana/o Public Art, in collaboration with the California Historical Society. $80,000
  • Plaza de Cultura y Arte Foundation, Los Angeles, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue ¡Murales Rebeldes! Contested Chicana/o Public Art, in collaboration with the California Historical Society. $100,000
  • Pomona College, Claremont, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Prometheus 2017: Four Artists from Mexico Revisit Orozco at the Pomona College Museum of Art. $175,000
  • Regents of the University of California, Oakland, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Axé Bahia: The Power of Art in an Afro-Brazilian Metropolis at the Fowler Museum at UCLA. $250,000
  • Regents of the University of California, Oakland, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Mundos Alternos: Art and Science Fiction in the Americas at the University of California, Riverside, ARTSblock. $225,000
  • Regents of the University of California, Oakland, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue The Work of Gilbert (Magu) Luján: Magulandia and Aztlán at the University Art Galleries, University of California, Irvine. $150,000
  • Regents of the University of California, Oakland, California. For the film series and accompanying publications Recuerdos de un cine en español: Latin American Cinema in Los Angeles, 1930–1960, organized by the UCLA Film & Television Archive. $200,000
  • Riverside Art Museum, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Spanish Colonial Revival of the Inland Empire. $100,000
  • San Diego Museum of Art, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue The Making of the Modern: Indigenismos, 1800–2015. $350,000
  • Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Valeska Soares. $200,000
  • Santa Monica Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Martín Ramírez: His Life in Pictures, Another Interpretation. $175,000
  • Scripps College, Claremont, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Revolution and Ritual: The Photographs of Sara Castrejón, Graciela Iturbide, and Tatiana Parcero at the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery. $90,000
  • Self-Help Graphics and Arts, Inc., Los Angeles, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Día de los Muertos: A Cultural Legacy, Past, Present, and Future. $36,000
  • Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Another Promised Land: Anita Brenner’s Mexico. $230,000
  • University of San Diego, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Copyart: Experimental Printmaking in Brazil, 1970–1990s at the University Galleries. $125,000
  • University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue NOWhere: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A. at ONE Archives Gallery & Museum and MOCA Pacific Design Center. $175,000
  • The Vincent Price Art Museum Foundation, Monterey Park, California. For the exhibition and accompanying catalogue Laura Aguilar: Show and Tell. $100,000

CONSERVATION

Keeping It Modern

Building on the Foundation’s longstanding support for architectural conservation, this international grant initiative is preserving significant twentieth-century architecture through funding for model projects.

  • Association de Gestion du Site Cap Moderne, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France. For research and conservation planning for Eileen Gray’s Villa E-1027 in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France. $200,000
  • Highland Green Foundation Inc., Stamford, Connecticut. For the preparation of a conservation management plan for Wallace Harrison’s First Presbyterian Church in Stamford, Connecticut. $130,000
  • Instituto Lina Bo e P.M. Bardi, São Paulo, Brazil. For the preparation of a conservation management plan for Lina Bo Bardi’s Casa de Vidro in São Paulo, Brazil. $195,000
  • Kosovo’s Architecture Foundation, Prishtina. For research and conservation planning related to the development of a conservation management plan for Andrija Mutnjakovic’s National Library of Kosovo in Prishtina, Kosovo. $89,000
  • Liverpool Roman Catholic Archdiocesan Trust, United Kingdom. For research and conservation planning for Sir Frederick Gibberd’s Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral in Liverpool, England. £138,000
  • Nirmala Bakubhai Foundation, Ahmedabad, Gujarat. India. For the preparation of a conservation plan for the Gautam Sarabhai workshop building at the B.M. Institute for Mental Health in Ahmedabad, India. $90,000
  • Twentieth Century Society, London, United Kingdom. For two convenings of architectural conservation professionals. £110,000
  • Writers’ Union of Armenia, Yerevan. For the preparation of a conservation management plan for Kochar and Mazmanyan’s Writers’ Resort in Sevan, Armenia. $130,000

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Multicultural Undergraduate Internships

In order to increase staff diversity in museums and visual arts organizations in Los Angeles County, the Getty provides summer internships for undergraduates of culturally diverse backgrounds. In addition to the ninety-three interns hosted by the following organizations in 2016, there were seventeen interns with grants of $4,500 each in various departments at the Getty.

  • American Museum of Ceramic Art, Pomona, California. $5,000
  • Angels Gate Cultural Center, Inc., San Pedro, California. $5,000
  • Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center, Inc., Los Angeles, California. $16,000
  • Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, California. $10,000
  • Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California. $6,000
  • Artlab21 Foundation, El Segundo, California. $5,000
  • Arts and Services for Disabled, Inc., Long Beach, California. $5,000
  • Association for the Advancement of Filipino American Arts and Culture, Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • Autry Museum of the American West, Los Angeles, California. $15,000
  • California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California. $15,000
  • California State Parks, Will Rogers State Historic Park, Los Angeles. $5,000
  • California State University Long Beach Research Foundation, University Art Museum. $10,000
  • Center for the Study of Political Graphics, Culver City, California. $10,000
  • City of Los Angeles, Office of Historic Resources, California. $5,000.
  • City of Pasadena, California. $5,000
  • Clockshop, Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • Craft and Folk Art Museum Incorporating the Egg and the Eye, Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • Eagle Rock Community Cultural Association, Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • 18th Street Arts Complex, Santa Monica, California. $5,000
  • El Pueblo Park Association, Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • Friends of Banning Park Corporation, Wilmington, California. $5,000
  • Friends of the Chinese American Museum, Los Angeles, California. $11,000
  • Friends, the Foundation of the California African-American Museum, Los Angeles, California. $10,000
  • HeArt Project, Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • Historic Italian Hall Foundation, Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • Immaculate Heart Community, Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • Inner-City Arts, Los Angeles, California. $10,000
  • Japanese American Cultural and Community Center, Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles, California. $15,000
  • LAXART, Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • The Learning Centers at Fairplex, Pomona, California. $6,000
  • Long Beach Museum of Art Foundation, California. $5,000
  • Los Angeles Conservancy, California. $10,000
  • Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Inc., California. $10,000
  • Machine Project, Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • MAK Center for Art and Architecture, West Hollywood, California. $5,000
  • Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles, California. $10,000
  • Mistake Room, Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • Museum Associates, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California. $16,000
  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California. $6,000
  • Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, California. $11,000
  • P.S. ARTS, Venice, California. $6,000
  • Pasadena Heritage, California. $5,000
  • Pasadena Museum of California Art. $5,000
  • Pepperdine University, Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art, Malibu, California. $5,000
  • Petersen Automotive Museum Foundation, Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • Plaza de Cultura y Arte Foundation, Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • Plaza de la Raza, Inc., Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • Pomona College Museum of Art, Claremont, California. $5,000
  • Public Corporation for the Arts of the City of Long Beach, California. $5,000
  • Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, Claremont, California. $5,000
  • Regents of the University of California, Fowler Museum at UCLA, Los Angeles. $15,000
  • Regents of the University of California, UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, Los Angeles. $5,000
  • Ryman Carroll Foundation, Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • Scripps College, Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Claremont, California. $15,000
  • Self-Help Graphics and Arts, Inc., Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles, California. $10,000
  • Social and Public Art Resource Center, Venice, California. $5,000
  • St. Elmo Village, Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • Tierra del Sol Foundation, First Street Gallery Art Center, Claremont, California. $5,000
  • University of Southern California, USC Pacific Asia Museum, Pasadena. $10,000
  • Velaslavasay Panorama, Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • Venice Arts, California. $10,000
  • The Vincent Price Art Museum Foundation, Monterey Park, California. $5,000
  • Visual Communications Media, Los Angeles, California. $5,000
  • The Wende Museum of the Cold War, Inc., Culver City, California. $5,000


Graduate Internships

Graduate Internships at the Getty support full-time positions for students who intend to pursue careers in fields related to the visual arts.

  • Danielle Abdon Guimaraes, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. $21,000
  • Eric Beckman, Indiana University, Bloomington. $21,000
  • Emilie Carruthers, The National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh. $21,000
  • Allison Clark, The University of Texas at Austin. $21,000
  • Madeline Corona, Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation. $31,000
  • Anne Correll, New York University. $21,000
  • Nathan Daly, Columbia University, New York. $31,000
  • Marissa Del Toro, The University of Texas at San Antonio. $21,000
  • Vincent Dion, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. $31,000
  • Manon Gaudet, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. $21,000
  • Nick Geller, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. $31,000
  • Federica Greco, University of Minho, Guimarães, Portugal. $31,000
  • Larisa Grollemond, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. $21,000
  • Lauren Johnson, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois. $31,000
  • Charisma Lee, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. $21,000
  • Laura Llewellyn, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, United Kingdom. $21,000
  • Evan Maingi, Universidade de Évora, Portugal. $31,000
  • Sara Marandola, Independent Scholar, Cassino, Italy. $31,000
  • Claire McDermott, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. $21,000
  • Adam Monohon, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. $21,000
  • Diana Navarrete, University of California, Riverside. $21,000
  • Talia Olshefsky, McGill University, Montréal, Québec, Canada. $21,000
  • Kayleigh Perkov, University of California, Irvine. $21,000
  • Henar Rivière Ríos, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain. $21,000
  • William Shelley, University of California, Los Angeles. $31,000
  • Jennelyn Tumalad, Pratt Institute, New York. $21,000
  • Cassandra Vadas, The George Washington University, Washington, DC. $21,000
  • Josephine von Schorlemer, Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London, United Kingdom. $21,000
  • Chen Yang, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, United Kingdom. $31,000
  • Sarah Yoon, Columbia University, New York. $31,000
  • Michela Zurla, Independent Scholar, Assisi, Italy. $21,000


Connecting Professionals/Sharing Expertise

These grants to national and international professional organizations that serve museums and the fields of art history and conservation have allowed interns and colleagues from underserved areas to participate in annual conferences and professional exchanges.

  • American Association of Museums, Arlington, Virginia. For art museum professionals in developing countries to attend the 2016 Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. $95,000
  • Art Libraries Society of North America, Oak Creek, Wisconsin. For participants from developing countries to attend the 2016 annual conference in Seattle, Washington. $75,000
  • Asia Society, New York. For the Arts and Museum Summit in Hong Kong. $75,000
  • The Association for Preservation Technology International Inc., Springfield, Illinois. For participants from Latin America to attend the 2016 Annual Conference in San Antonio, Texas. $65,000
  • California Association of Museums, Santa Cruz. For Getty Multicultural Undergraduate Internship alumni to attend the 2016 annual conference in Riverside. $24,300
  • College Art Association of America, Inc., New York. For alumni of the CAA-Getty International Program to attend the 2017 Annual Conference in New York. $134,000
  • Corporation of the Fine Arts Museums, San Francisco, California. For research related to the development of a regional conservation science consortium. $45,000
  • International Council of Museums, Paris, France. For participants from developing countries to attend the 24th Triennial General Conference in Milan, Italy. €75,000
  • The International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, London, United Kingdom. For participants from developing countries to attend the 26th International Congress in Los Angeles. £53,000
  • Los Angeles County Arts Commission, California. For educational programming related to the 2016 Arts Internship Program. $44,000
  • Southern California Grantmakers, Los Angeles. For the 2015 annual conference and members’ meeting. $10,000


Other Professional Development Grants

  • The British Museum, London, England. For participants from Asia, Africa, and the Middle East to attend the workshop “Creating Museums of World Stories” at the Chhatrapat? Shivaji Mah?r?j Vastu Sa?grah?lay (CSMVS) in Mumbai, India. $100,000
  • The British Museum, London, England. For research and planning related to the exhibition India and the World at the CSMVS in Mumbai, India. $200,000
  • Claremont Graduate University, California. To support the Getty Leadership Institute’s transition to financial independence from the Getty. $1,000,000

RESIDENTIAL SCHOLARS AND FELLOWS AT THE GETTY

The following residential grants were administered by the Foundation on behalf of the Getty Research Institute, Getty Conservation Institute, Getty Museum, and the J. Paul Getty Trust.

Getty Rothschild Fellow

  • David Saunders, Independent Scholar, St. Albans, United Kingdom. $42,000

Getty Research Institute

Getty Scholars

  • Martin Bommas, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom. $42,000
  • Susan Dackerman, Harvard Art Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts. $42,000
  • Carolyn Dean, University of California, Santa Cruz. $65,000
  • Aaron Glass, Bard Graduate Center, New York. $17,200
  • Patrick Hajovsky, Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas. $17,200
  • Joseph Imorde, Universität Siegen, Germany. $17,200
  • Olaf Kaper, Leiden University, Netherlands. $17,200
  • Martina Minas-Nerpel, Swansea University, United Kingdom. $42,000
  • Howard Morphy, The Australian National University, Canberra. $42,000
  • Mauro Mussolin, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Italy. $8,390
  • Susan Phillips, Pitzer College, Claremont, California. $17,200
  • Peter Probst, Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts. $17,200
  • Katie Scott, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, United Kingdom. $17,200
  • Carlo Severi, School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences (EHESS), Paris, France. $42,000
  • Ruti Talmor, Pitzer College, Claremont, California. $17,200
  • Branko van Oppen de Ruiter, Allard Pierson Museum, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands. $17,200
  • Lyneise Williams, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. $17,200


Connecting Art Histories Guest Scholars

The individuals below were invited as guest scholars by the GRI as part of the Foundation’s Connecting Art Histories initiative.

  • Naman Ahuja, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India. $28,710
  • Nikolas Bakirtzis, The Cyprus Institute, Nicosia. $9,450
  • María Baldasarre, Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Argentina. $13,710
  • Baiding Fan, China Academy of Art, Hangzhou. $13,500


Guest Scholars

  • George Abungu, Okello Abungu Heritage Consultants, Nairobi, Kenya. $17,200
  • Reinhold Baumstark, Independent Scholar, Gräfelfing, Germany. $14,263
  • Hans Belting, Independent Scholar, Karlsruhe, Germany. $8,600
  • Manfred Bietak, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna. $17,200
  • Gottfried Boehm, University of Basel, Switzerland. $17,200
  • Andrea-Sabine Buddensieg, ZKM | Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany. $8,600
  • Hugo Dijkstal, Independent Scholar, Amsterdam, Netherlands. $2,000
  • Helmut Federle, Independent Scholar, Vienna, Austria. $3,250
  • Michael Ann Holly, Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts. $17,200
  • Pamela Kort, Independent Scholar, Zurich, Switzerland. $42,000
  • Ana Magalhães, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil. $17,200
  • Patricio Keith Moxey, Barnard College, New York. $17,200
  • Analia Saban, Independent Scholar, New York. $28,526
  • Fiona Tan, Independent Scholar, Amsterdam, Netherlands. $65,000
  • Richard Veymiers, University of Liège, Wallonia, Belgium, and Universiteit Leiden, Netherlands. $17,200
  • Monika Wagner, Universität Hamburg, Germany. $33,502


Residential GRI-NEH Postdoctoral Fellowship

  • Priyanka Basu, Scripps College, Claremont, California. $29,400
  • Zirwat Chowdhury, Bennington College, Vermont. $29,400


Residential Postdoctoral Fellowships

  • Anneka Lenssen, University of California, Berkeley. $30,000
  • Albert Narath, University of California, Santa Cruz. $30,000
  • Stephanie Pearson, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany. $30,000
  • Bethany Simpson, University of California, Los Angeles. $30,000
  • Giulia Smith, University College London, United Kingdom. $29,820
  • Daniel Zolli, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. $29,586


Residential Predoctoral Fellowships

  • Grace Harpster, University of California, Berkeley. $25,000
  • Julia Lum, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. $25,000


Library Research Grants

Residence periods for the following grants vary based on research needs.

  • Adriano Aymonino, Buckingham University, United Kingdom. $3,000
  • Ignacio Bajter Acosta, National Library of Uruguay, Montevideo. $3,000
  • Jessamine Batario, The University of Texas, Austin. $1,257
  • John Beck, University of Westminster, London, United Kingdom. $3,000
  • Marco Simone Bolzoni, Independent Scholar, Rome, Italy. $3,000
  • Elizabeth Buhe, New York University. $1,500
  • Stephanie Chadwick, Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas. $1,500
  • Mary Egan, Clonmel, Ireland. $1,600
  • Alexander Eisenschmidt, University of Illinois at Chicago. $1,500
  • Eleonora Gaudieri, University of Vienna, Austria. $1,063
  • Megan Hoetger, University of California, Berkeley. $1,000
  • Ina Jessen, University of Hamburg, Germany. $3,000
  • Kira Jones, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. $1,016
  • Christina Lodder, University of Kent, Canterbury, United Kingdom. $3,000
  • Ellen Lofaro, University of Florida, Gainesville. $1,500
  • Daniel Magilow, University of Tennessee, Knoxville. $1,500
  • Alexander Markschies, Institut für Kunstgeschichte der RWTH, Aachen University. $3,000
  • Hannah McMurray, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. $1,500
  • Paul Mellenthin, Munich City Museum/Free University of Berlin, Germany. $3,000
  • Ridha Moumni, Research Institute on Contemporary Maghreb (IRMC). $3,000
  • Daniel Pacheco, University of Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil. $3,000
  • Kelly Presutti, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge. $1,500
  • Deepa Ramaswamy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge. $1,500
  • Jane Ridley, University of Buckingham, England, United Kingdom. $1,000
  • Vanessa Rocco, Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester. $1,500
  • Caroline Schopp, University of Chicago, Illinois. $1,500
  • Isabella Seniuta, Panthéon-Sorbonne University - Paris I, France. $3,000
  • Peter Sigal, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. $1,500
  • Shelley Smith, University of Delaware, Wilmington. $1,500
  • Frances Tanzer, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island. $1,500
  • Macarena Urzua, Universidad Finis Terrae, Santiago, Chile. $3,000
  • Ian Wallace, CUNY Graduate Center, New York. $830
  • Richard Williams, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom. $3,000

Getty Conservation Institute

Conservation Guest Scholars

  • Sanchita Balachandran, Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum, Baltimore, Maryland. $20,097
  • Tami Clare, Portland State University, Oregon. $9,390
  • Hanna Hölling, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, Germany. $9,450
  • Hossam Mahdy, Independent Scholar, Oxford, United Kingdom. $9,597
  • Jongseo Park, National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage, Daejeon, South Korea. $9,450
  • Angela Rojas, International Council on Monuments and Sites, Havana, Cuba. $9,390
  • Christina Wallace, Presidio Trust, San Francisco, California. $9,597


J. Paul Getty Museum

Guest Scholars

  • Paloma Alarcó, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid, Spain. $9,390
  • Pascal-François Bertrand, Université Bordeaux Montaigne, France. $7,598
  • Jane Fejfer, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. $9,450
  • Mary Flanagan, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire. $8,919
  • Alastair Laing, The National Trust, Swindon, United Kingdom. $9,597
  • Bertrand Lavédrine, Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France. $7,598
  • Lawrence Nees, University of Delaware, Newark. $9,450
  • Nicholas Penny, Independent Scholar, London, United Kingdom. $9,597
  • Thomas Weski, Stiftung für Fotografie und Medienkunst mit Archiv Michael Schmidt, Berlin, Germany. $9,450

MATCHING GIFTS

  • Trustee and employee matching gifts (310). $891,714