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The Rowntree Research Award in Contemporary Art is a memorial to Joanna Rowntree (WUDPAC 1995).
UD's Department of Art Conservation was pleased to present the 2022 Rowntree Research Award in Contemporary Art to Daniella Villamil (WUDPAC Class of 2024) for her work with the time-based media collections at the Museum of Modern Art.
Current students enrolled in the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation, or in UD's Preservation Studies Program, are invited to apply for the $1000 Rowntree Research Award to support attendance at conferences, or to travel to carry out research or collections-based study related to contemporary art. The annual deadline for applications is April 1.
The award complements the once-a-year Rowntree speaker on contemporary art. The award is a memorial to Joanna Rowntree (WUDPAC 1995), a promising contemporary art conservator who died of cancer in May 2006 at age 38.
Ask for the application form by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org: you will be asked for a budget along with answers to questions about the project, including a description of the proposed activity, significance of the activity to your work in contemporary art, and whether other funds will be available/solicited for the project.
Recipients of the Rowntree Research Award:
2022— Daniella Villamil
Joanna Rowntree Lecturers:
2021—Margaret Rose Vendryes
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