The Andrew W. Mellon Undergraduate Curatorial Fellowship Program provides training in the curatorial field for students across the United States from diverse backgrounds. The program aims to make a critical impact on American art museums by expanding the diversity of their curatorial staff and developing gifted curators who are committed to engaging with the full spectrum of museum audiences. The program is being implemented at six partnering institutions.
Art Institute of Chicago
High Museum of Art, Atlanta
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Applicants should express an interest in art, art history, or the museum field. In addition to having a strong academic record, applicants should be able to demonstrate, through areas of study, extracurricular activities, background, or other experiences, how they will contribute to the program.
Amount: Fellows receive a yearly stipend of $10,000.
Deadline: Rolling deadline depending on Museum chosen.