At a glance
Prospective students competitively, based on merit
About the award
The Doctor of Philosophy in Art History by Exhibition enables visual arts industry professionals and art historians to curate an exhibition based on high-level academic research. The program is designed both for established curators wishing to extend their professional practice within an academic framework and for graduates of tertiary Art History, Curatorship, or Museum Studies courses. Research proposals for this scholarship must relate to the field of Asia Pacific art; however, proposals addressing the Candidates’ own artistic production will not be considered. Domestic and international candidates are encouraged to apply.
Potential supervisors include
- Associate Professor Sally Butler: email@example.com
- Doctor Amelia Barikin: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Doctor Paolo Magagnoli: email@example.com
Please contact them directly if you have any queries about your research topic.
This scholarship provides a living allowance to support the PhD.
How to apply
To apply for admission and this scholarship please visit the UQ Graduate School website and review instructions.
When completing the online application form ensure you indicate in the free text field in scholarships that you are applying for the UQ Scholarship for PhD in Art History by Exhibition and Thesis.Applications close:30 September 2016Before you apply:
- You are encouraged to read the definitive rules for this scholarship prior to application, in particular any specific eligibility conditions and check the FAQs if you have any questions.