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The Costumer's Manifesto: Grants, Awards and Internships in Costume & Fashion

Society of America Grants, Awards & Honors

Davenport Publication Award

Stella Blum Research Grant

Angeles County Museum, RL Shep Award and information

Council of Ireland Grants

Society of America award for Costume Design

Young Designer Awards

Help and Advice Center

and Humanities Grant Funding

Antiquarian Society Fellowships for Creative and Performing Artists and Writers

Josephine Cochran Fellowship

For Costume professors desiring international exchange funds

(Fulbright Program)

Arts Training Scheme

Reed Performing Arts Festival Technical/Stage Design Scholarship


Of Congress Research Kluge Center Fellowships

Help and Advice Center

Veronika Gervers Research Fellowship in Textiles and Costume History

contact Dr. Alexandra Palmer, Chair, Veronika Gervers Research Fellowship Committee, phone (416) 586-8054,

Contact Email:


From the 4/05 CSA Newsletter:

TEXTILE CONSERVATION FELLOWSHIP: The Textile Conservation Center at the American Textile History Museum in Lowell, MA is now accepting applications for its six-month Mellon

Fellowship position. The application deadline is May 1, 2005. Check the American Textile History Museum website for qualifications, requirements and a full job description at

[2] . Contact Vicky Kruckeberg for further information by email at or call

(978) 441-1198 ext. 256.

MUSEUM INTERNSHIP IN LOS ANGELES: An internship is available in the department of Collections Management and Information of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, working

in the department of Costume and Textiles' collection of Regional Dress. The unpaid internship is scheduled to begin after July 4, 2005 and requires a six week, full-time (40 hours per week) commitment. Applicants must have junior,

senior or graduate-level status, be computer literate with good typing skills, and be attentive to detail. For further information please contact Renee Montgomery, Assistant Director, Department of Collections Management and

Information at or phone (323) 857-6059.

REGION V INTERNSHIP AWARD: Each year the CSA Western Region V sponsors a six to eight week summer internship to offer a student in the field of costume a hands-on curatorial experience. The Jack Handford Summer Internship Award is open to senior undergraduates and graduate student members of Region V. The student awarded the $1,000 stipend selects a project from a list of participating regional institutions. The application deadline is May 30, 2005. To apply please contact Western Region V member TAWNY SHERRIL at

To be placed on the list, the Internship Award Committee invites accredited institutions (museum, historic site or archives) in need of interns to contact TAWNY at . Please include specific details and descriptions of projects. A mentoring partnership can be one of the most valuable experiences of a student's academic


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