|Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Paintings Conservation||<p>The Conservation Center at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art is seeking
applications for Andrew W. Mellon Fellowships in paintings conservation.
</p><p>The fellowships are full time positions and include an annual salary plus health benefits.
Also, a travel allowance for study/research will be allocated at the discretion of the
section head and the Director of Conservation. The fellowship will focus on the study,
examination and treatment of works of art in the collections of the Los Angeles County
Museum of Art. Successful candidates will gain considerable experience treating works
of art in well equipped, production-oriented conservation laboratories. </p><p>Conservation involvement in permanent collection exhibitions and special exhibitions will enhance
training opportunities. </p>||851|
|Mellon Advanced Fellowship in Objects Conservation||<p>With support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Michael C. Carlos Museum of
Emory University is offering an advanced fellowship in objects conservation. The two-
year fellowship will begin in August 2019 and includes a salary of $42,000 as well as
Emory University health and vacation benefits.
</p><p>The Fellow will participate fully in the varied activities of the Parsons Conservation
Laboratory, including examination, treatment, preventive care, as well as mentoring of
students and volunteers. Conservation projects will focus on the Museum's
archaeological and ethnographic collections. The conservation fellow will collaborate
closely with curatorial fellows on technical examinations of collection objects and will be
encouraged to undertake research projects that incorporate the University's resources
including scholars, libraries, and analytical facilities. The Carlos Museum maintains an
active teaching program in collaboration with Emory University, and the Fellow will
contribute to student projects through both practical supervision and classroom teaching. </p>||827|
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