Terra Foundation Announces Winners of 2013 International Academic Awards & Fellowships

The Terra Foundation for American Art announced the winners of its 2013 international academic awards and fellowships, including Julia Bailey, a doctoral student at University College London, who received a one-year residential fellowship at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, in Washington, D.C. Click here to view the complete list of 2013 Terra Foundation for American Art fellowship and academic award recipients.

According to Ms. Bailey, who was awarded a Terra Foundation research travel grant in 2012, “Last year’s travel grant enabled me to fulfill essential research at archives across the United States. The trip consolidated my previous work and also introduced a number of new areas of inquiry, some of which I’ll pursue this year while at the Smithsonian. Overall, I’m grateful to the Terra Foundation for the rewarding and insightful academic experiences they’ve afforded me.”

Other academic awards and fellowships offered by the Terra Foundation include:

Academic program grants,
Publication grants,
An international essay prize,
Research travel grants to the United States,
Postdoctoral teaching fellowships in Paris and London,
Visiting professorships in Paris, London, and Berlin, and
Terra Summer Residency (TSR) fellowships in Giverny, France.

Established in 1978, the Terra Foundation for American Art is dedicated to fostering the exploration, understanding, and enjoyment of the visual arts of the United States. With financial resources of more than $250 million, an exceptional collection of American art from the colonial era to 1945, and an expansive grant program, it is one of the leading foundations focused on American art, and devotes approximately $12 million annually in support of American art exhibitions, projects, and research worldwide. www.terraamericanart.org