The Getty Foundation

Grants Awarded FY14

The Getty Foundation awards grants through strategic initiatives that strengthen art history as a global discipline, promote the interdisciplinary practice of conservation, increase access to museum and archival collections, and develop current and future leaders.

The following grants were awarded between July 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014.

ART HISTORY

Connecting Art Histories

This initiative strengthens the discipline of art history by providing opportunities for sustained international exchange among scholars around the world.

  • President and Fellows of Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts. For two research seminars for Chinese scholars on the arts in Renaissance Italy at Villa I Tatti. $215,000
  • Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Germany. For the research seminars The Ethnographic Eye: Chinese Art, c. 1920–1945. $245,000
  • School of Oriental and African Studies, London, England. For the research seminar Art and Archaeology of the Crusades in the Eastern Mediterranean. $335,000
  • University of Edinburgh, Scotland. For a special issue of the journal Art in Translation dedicated to the Getty Foundation's Connecting Art Histories initiative. £36,000
  • University of Sydney, Australia. For the research seminars Ambitious Alignments: New Histories of Modern Southeast Asian Art, organized by the Power Institute. $246,000



Digital Art History

This initiative is helping art historians explore the opportunities and challenges of new technologies.

  • George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia. For the summer institute Digital Humanities for Art Historians. $155,000
  • President and Fellows of Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts. For metaLAB's summer institute Opening Collections through Digital Technology. $175,000
  • Regents of the University of California, Oakland. For the summer institute Theory, Methods, and Opportunities in Digital Art History, organized by the UCLA Digital Humanities Program. $185,000



Online Scholarly Catalogue Initiative

Supported by Getty grants, eight museums have joined together to produce new models for museum collection catalogues online.

  • Indianapolis Museum of Art Inc., Indiana. For the enhancement and dissemination of the OSCI Toolkit. $300,000



Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA

The following grants are supporting research and planning for dozens of exhibitions and programs about Latin American and Latino art that will take place across Southern California in 2011.

  • Academy Foundation, Beverly Hills, California. For research and planning for a film series and publication From Latin America to Hollywood: Latino Film Culture in Los Angeles, 1967–2017. $100,000
  • Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, California. For research and planning for the exhibition Aesthetic Experiments and Social Agents: Renegade Art and Action in Mexico in the 1990s. $140,000
  • Autry National Center of the American West, Los Angeles, California. For research and planning for the exhibition LA RAZA. $115,000
  • California Institute of the Arts, Valencia. For research and planning for an exhibition and performance of the work of Argentine conceptual artist León Ferrari. $110,000
  • California State University Long Beach Research Foundation. For research and planning for the exhibition David Lamelas: A Life of Their Own. $100,000
  • Craft and Folk Art Museum Incorporating the Egg and the Eye, Los Angeles, California. For research and planning for the exhibition Design on the Border: Contemporary Design in Mexico and Mexican America. $70,000
  • 18th Street Arts Complex, Santa Monica, California. For artist residencies in collaboration with research and planning for the exhibition A Universal History of Infamy at Los Angeles County Museum of Art. $60,000
  • Filmforum, Inc., Los Angeles, California. For research and planning for a film series and publication on experimental media in Latin America. $150,000
  • Friends of the Chinese American Museum, Los Angeles, California. For research and planning for the exhibition Caribbean Visual Culture and the Chinese Diaspora. $55,000
  • Henry E. Huntington Library & Art Gallery, San Marino, California. For research and planning for the exhibition Visual Voyages: Images of Latin American Nature from Columbus to Darwin. $200,000
  • Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles. California. For research and planning for an exhibition of work by artists of Japanese or Japanese Latino descent in Latin America and Southern California. $100,000
  • Laguna Art Museum, California. For research and planning for the exhibition Mexico/California, 1820–1930. $92,000
  • Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Inc., California. For research and planning for the exhibition Juan Downey: Radiant Nature at LACE and the Pitzer College Art Galleries. $120,000
  • Los Angeles Nomadic Division, California. For research and planning for a midcareer survey of Jose Dávila. $70,000
  • Los Angeles Philharmonic Association, California. For research in Latin America for new programming at the Hollywood Bowl and Disney Hall. $68,000
  • MAK Center for Art and Architecture, West Hollywood, California. For research and planning for the exhibition How to Read El Pato Pascual: Disney's Latin America and Latin America's Disney. $140,000
  • Museum Associates, Los Angeles, California. For research and planning for the exhibitions Design in Latin America, 1920–1970 and A Universal History of Infamy at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. $235,000
  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California. For research and planning for the exhibition Latin American Abstractions. $225,000
  • Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla, California. For research and planning for the exhibition Memories of Underdevelopment. $225,000
  • Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, California. For the research project Spirituality in the Art of the Caribbean. $95,000
  • Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, California. For research and planning for the exhibition Displacement: Mexican Photography, 2000–2012. $100,000
  • Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, California. For research and planning for the exhibition Kinesthesia: South American Kinetic and Light Art of the 1960s. $170,000
  • Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, California. For research and planning for the exhibition Talking to Action. $160,000
  • Performing Arts Center of Los Angeles County, California. For a survey of performing arts programs. $65,000
  • Pomona College, Claremont, California. For research and planning for the exhibition Prometheus 1930/2017 at the Pomona College Museum of Art. $100,000
  • Regents of the University of California, Oakland. For research and planning by ARTSblock at the University of California, Riverside, for the exhibition Critical Utopias: The Art of Futurismo Latino. $125,000
  • Regents of the University of California, Oakland. For research and planning by the Contemporary Arts Center Gallery for the exhibition Magulandia and Aztlán, The Work of Gilbert (Magu) Luján at the University of California, Irvine. $75,000
  • Regents of the University of California, Oakland. For research and planning by the Fowler Museum at UCLA for the exhibition The Roads that Lead to Bahia: Visual Arts and the Emergence of Brazil's Black Rome. $170,000
  • Regents of the University of California, Oakland. For research and planning by the UCLA Film & Television Archive for the film series and publication Classic Latin American Cinema in Los Angeles, 1932–1960. $80,000
  • Riverside Art Museum, California. For research and planning for an exhibition on Spanish Colonial architecture and design in the Inland Empire. $75,000
  • San Diego Museum of Art, California. For research and planning for the exhibition Indigenismos: Amerindian Inscriptions in the Art of the Americas. $175,000
  • Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, Inc., California. For research and planning for the exhibition Art in Guatemala 1960–Present at the Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara. $65,000
  • Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California. For a midcareer retrospective of the work of Brazilian-born contemporary artist Valeska Soares. $95,000
  • Santa Monica Museum of Art, California. For research and planning for an exhibition on Martín Ramírez. $90,000
  • Scripps College, Claremont, California. For research and planning for the exhibition Revolution and Ritual: The Photographs of Sara Castrejón, Graciela Iturbide, and Tatiana Parcero. $100,000
  • Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles, California. For research and planning for the exhibition Idols & Icons: Anita Brenner and the Visual Culture of Mexico, 1920–1960. $125,000
  • University of San Diego, California. For research and planning for the exhibition Xerox Art in Brazil and Argentina, 1970–1980 at the University Galleries. $58,000
  • University of Southern California, Los Angeles. For research and planning by the ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives for a retrospective exhibition of Mundo Meza (1955–1985). $95,000
  • The Vincent Price Art Museum Foundation, Monterey Park, California. For research and planning for the exhibitions L.A. Collects L.A. and Laura Aguilar. $150,000

CONSERVATION

Keeping It Modern

Building on the Foundation's longstanding support for architectural conservation, this international grant initiative focuses on the preservation of twentieth century architecture through funding for model projects.

  • Charles and Ray Eames House Preservation Foundation Inc., Pacific Palisades, California. For a comprehensive study of interior and exterior finishes of the Eames House in Pacific Palisades. $100,000
  • Fondation Le Corbusier, Paris, France. For research and conservation planning related to the preservation of Le Corbusier's apartment and studio in Paris. €147,000
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, Chicago, Illinois. For the preparation of a conservation management plan for the Frederick C. Robie House in Chicago. $50,000
  • Friends of Miami Marine Stadium Inc., Coral Gables Florida. For research related to the concrete repair and surface protection of Miami Marine Stadium. $180,000
  • Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, California. For the preparation of a conservation management plan for Louis Kahn's Salk Institute in La Jolla. $200,000
  • Sydney Opera House Trust, Australia. For the development of a long-term concrete conservation strategy for Sydney Opera House. $200,000



MOSAIKON

This joint initiative among the Getty Foundation, the Getty Conservation Institute, the International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM), and the International Committee for the Conservation of Mosaics (ICCM) is improving the preservation and care of ancient mosaics in the Mediterranean region, both in museums and at archaeological sites.

  • International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, Rome, Italy. For the translation into Arabic and online publication of key texts related to the conservation of mosaics. €150,000



Panel Paintings

This initiative focuses on training the next generation of conservators of paintings on wood panels through treatment of some of the most important works of art in European and North American museum collections.

  • Kunsthistorisches Museum mit Museum für Völkerkunde und Österreichischem Theatermuseum, Vienna, Austria. For training related to the treatment of David with the Head of Goliath by Caravaggio and Stormy Landscape by Peter Paul Rubens. €300,000
  • Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid, Spain. For training and treatment related to three panel paintings in the collection. €110,000
  • Stichting Noordbrabants Museum, Hertogenbosch, Netherlands. For an interactive web application related to panel paintings by Hieronymus Bosch. €175,000
  • University of Cambridge, England. For training and treatment related to eleven panel paintings in the Royal Collection. £90,000

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Multicultural Undergraduate Internships

In order to increase staff diversity in museums and visual arts organizations in Los Angeles County, the Getty provides summer internships for undergraduates of culturally diverse backgrounds. In addition to the 94 interns hosted by the following organizations in 2014, there were 16 interns with grants of $4,000 each in various departments at the Getty.

  • American Museum of Ceramic Art, Pomona, California. $10,000
  • Angels Gate Cultural Center, Inc., San Pedro, California. $5,500
  • Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center, Inc., Los Angeles, California. $14,500
  • Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, California. $9,000
  • Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California. $5,500
  • Arts and Services for Disabled, Inc., Long Beach, California. $4,500
  • Association for the Advancement of Filipino American Arts & Culture, Los Angeles, California. $4,500
  • Autry National Center of the American West, Los Angeles, California. $13,500
  • California Institute of the Arts, Valencia. $13,500
  • California State Parks, Will Rogers State Historic Park, Los Angeles. $4,500
  • California State University Long Beach Research Foundation, University Art Museum. $9,000
  • Center for the Study of Political Graphics, Culver City, California. $9,000
  • City of Los Angeles, Office of Historic Resources, California. $4,500
  • City of Torrance, Torrance Art Museum, California. $4,500
  • Craft and Folk Art Museum Incorporating the Egg and the Eye, Los Angeles, California. $4,500
  • 18th Street Arts Complex, Santa Monica, California. $4,500
  • El Pueblo Park Association, Los Angeles, California. $9,000
  • Friends of the Chinese American Museum, Los Angeles, California. $10,000
  • Friends the Foundation of the California African American Museum, Los Angeles. $9,000
  • HeArt Project, Los Angeles, California. $4,500
  • Historic Italian Hall Foundation, Los Angeles, California. $4,500
  • Immaculate Heart Community, Los Angeles, California. $4,500
  • Inner-City Arts, Los Angeles, California. $9,000
  • Japanese American Cultural and Community Center, Los Angeles, California. $4,500
  • Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles, California. $13,500
  • L.A. Freewaves, Los Angeles, California. $9,000
  • LAXART, Los Angeles, California. $4,500
  • The Learning Centers at Fairplex, Pomona, California. $4,500
  • Library Foundation of Los Angeles, California. $4,500
  • Long Beach Museum of Art Foundation, California. $4,500
  • Los Angeles Conservancy, California. $9,000
  • Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Inc., California. $4,500
  • Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History Foundation, The William S. Hart Museum, Newhall, California. $4,500
  • Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust Martyrs Memorial, California. $9,000
  • Machine Project, Los Angeles, California. $4,500
  • MAK Center for Art and Architecture, West Hollywood, California. $4,500
  • Museum Associates, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California. $10,000
  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California. $5,500
  • Museum of Jurassic Technology, Culver City, California. $4,500
  • Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, California. $9,000
  • Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, California. $9,000
  • P.S. ARTS, Venice, California. $4,500
  • Pasadena Heritage, California. $4,500
  • Pasadena Museum of California Art. $4,500
  • Pepperdine University, Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art, Malibu, California. $4,500
  • Plaza de Cultura y Arte Foundation, Los Angeles, California. $4,500
  • Plaza de la Raza, Inc., Los Angeles, California. $4,500
  • Pomona College, Pomona College Museum of Art, Claremont, California. $4,500
  • Public Corporation for the Arts of the City of Long Beach, California. $4,500
  • Rancho Los Cerritos Foundation, Long Beach, California. $4,500
  • Regents of the University of California, Fowler Museum at UCLA. $4,500
  • Regents of the University of California, UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center. $4,500
  • St. Elmo Village, Los Angeles, California. $4,500
  • Santa Monica Museum of Art, California. $9,000
  • Scripps College, Claremont, California. $13,500
  • Self-Help Graphics and Arts, Inc., Los Angeles, California. $4,500
  • Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles, California. $9,000
  • Social and Public Art Resource Center, Venice, California. $10,000
  • Southern California Asian American Studies Central, Visual Communications, Los Angeles. $9,000
  • Tierra del Sol Foundation, First Street Gallery Art Center, Claremont, California. $4,500
  • University of Southern California, USC Pacific Asia Museum, Los Angeles. $4,500
  • Velaslavasay Panorama, Los Angeles, California. $4,500
  • Venice Arts: In Neighborhoods, California. $9,000
  • The Vincent Price Art Museum Foundation, Monterey Park, California. $4,500
  • The Wende Museum of the Cold War, Inc., Culver City, California. $4,500



Graduate Interns

Graduate Internships at the Getty support full-time positions for students who intend to pursue careers in fields related to the visual arts.

  • Lisa Allen Banks. University of California, Santa Cruz. $18,400
  • Shira Jill Bogin. New York University. $18,400
  • Jacquelyn Helene Clements. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland. $18,400
  • Rebecca Susan Cooling. Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois. $18,400
  • Marit Silje Coyman-Myklebust. New York University. $18,400
  • Kelly Kathleen Davis. Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York. $18,400
  • Catherine Defeyt. Universite de Liege, Marchin, Belgium. $27,000
  • Nathaniel Edward Deines. California Institute of the Arts, Valencia. $18,400
  • Suzanna Yasemin Etyemez. Dresden Academy of Fine Arts, Germany. $27,000
  • Laurel Garber. The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, England. $18,400
  • Sarah Glover. University of Liverpool, England. $18,400
  • Stephanie Lenora Grimes. George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia. $18,400
  • Philippe Langellier Bellevue Halbert. University of Delaware, Newark. $18,400
  • Akemi Luisa Herráez Vossbrink. Edinburgh University, Scotland. $18,400
  • Karie Nicolle Jenkins. University of California, Los Angeles. $18,400
  • Robert John Kett. University of California, Irvine. $18,400
  • Matthew Alan Kluk. Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts. $18,400
  • Sara Gene Burke Levin. University of Delaware, Newark. $27,000
  • Douglas Kainoa MacLennan. The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, England. $27,000
  • Rheagan Eric Martin. Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas. $18,400
  • Laura Jane Matarese. University of Sydney, Australia. $27,000
  • Katrina Mohn. School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois. $18,400
  • Leslie Santina Paprocki. University of California, Riverside. $18,400
  • Ika Peraic. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. $18,400
  • Jennifer Lorette Potter. The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, England. $18,400
  • Seyedeh Arezou Razavi Zadeh. University of Minho, Guimaraes, Portugal. $27,000
  • Emilio Roldan-Zamarron. University of Minho, Guimaraes, Portugal. $27,000
  • Christina L. Simms. Buffalo State College, New York. $27,000
  • Lindsey Gloriana Sommer. University of California, Los Angeles. $18,400



Connecting Professionals/Sharing Expertise

A number of grants to national and international professional organizations that serve museums and the fields of art history and conservation have allowed interns and colleagues from underserved areas to participate in annual conferences and professional exchanges.

  • American Association of Museums, Washington, D.C. For participants from developing countries to attend the 2014 Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington. $73,500
  • The Association for Preservation Technology International Inc., Springfield, Illinois. For participants from Latin America to attend the 2014 conference in Quebec City, Canada. $65,000
  • California Association of Museums, Santa Cruz. For Getty Multicultural Undergraduate Internship alumni to attend the 2014 annual conference. $23,000
  • College Art Association of America, Inc., New York. For participants from developing countries to attend the 2015 Annual Conference in New York. $125,000
  • The Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Inc., Washington, D.C. For conservation professionals from Latin America and the Caribbean to attend the American Institute for Conservation's 42nd Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California. $65,000
  • International Council of Museums, Paris, France. For conservation professionals from developing countries to attend the International Committee for Conservation (ICOM-CC) 17th Triennial conference in Melbourne, Australia. $75,000
  • International Council of Museums, Paris, France. For participants from developing countries to attend the 2014 Annual Conference of the International Committee for Documentation (ICOM-CIDOC) in Dresden, Germany. $50,000
  • International Council of Museums, Paris, France. For participants from developing countries to attend the 2014 Annual Conference of the International Committee for Museums and Collections of Modern Art (ICOM-CIMAM) in Doha, Qatar. €36,600
  • International Council on Monuments and Sites, Paris, France. For participants from developing countries to attend the 18th General Assembly and Scientific Symposium in Florence, Italy. $75,000
  • International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, London, England. For participants from developing countries to attend the 25th International Congress in Hong Kong. £42,000
  • Society of Architectural Historians, Chicago, Illinois. For participants from developing countries to attend the 2015 Annual Conference in Chicago. $50,000
  • Southern California Grantmakers, Los Angeles. For the 2013 Annual Conference and Members' Meeting. $5,000



Other Professional Development Grants

  • American Philological Association, Inc., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. For the Summer Seminar in Ancient Art and Material Culture. $37,500
  • The Aspen Institute, Inc., Washington, D.C. For the development of the Aspen Institute's work on artist-endowed foundations. $50,000
  • Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Inc., Washington, D.C. For a planning project to improve access to digital resources for the conservation field. $25,000
  • Heritage Preservation Inc., Washington, D.C. For the second Heritage Health Index. $100,000
  • Inner-City Arts, Los Angeles, California. For visual arts programs. $20,000
  • Los Angeles County Arts Commission, California. For educational programming related to the 2014 Arts Internship Program. $44,000

SCHOLARS AND FELLOWS AT THE GETTY CENTER AND VILLA

The following 105 residential grants were administered by the Foundation on behalf of the Getty Research Institute, Getty Museum, and Getty Conservation Institute.

Getty Research Institute

Getty Scholars

  • Adolf Heinrich Borbein. Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. $17,700
  • Petronella Annechien Brouwer. University of Amsterdam, Netherlands. $17,700
  • Gabriella Cirucci. Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Italy. $29,500
  • Beatriz Colomina. Princeton University, New Jersey. $17,700
  • Steven David Fine. Yeshiva University, New York. $17,700
  • Uwe Winfried Fleckner. Universität Hamburg, Germany. $17,700
  • Christopher Hugh Hallett. University of California, Berkeley. $17,700
  • Monica Juneja. University of Heidelberg, Germany. $17,700
  • Friederike Maria Kitschen. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany. $43,000
  • Jeanette Kohl. University of California, Riverside. $17,700
  • Maria Emilia Masci. Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy. $17,700
  • Eric Michaud. Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales, Paris, France. $17,700
  • Marie-Louise Bech Nosch. University of Copenhagen, Denmark. $17,700
  • Matthew Howard Robb. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco | de Young, California. $23,600
  • Joanna S. Smith. Princeton University, New Jersey. $17,700
  • Kevin Terraciano. University of California, Los Angeles. $43,000
  • Shigebumi Tsuji. Osaka University, Japan. $17,700



Guest Scholars

  • Rafael Cardoso Denis. Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Maracanã. $17,700
  • Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev. Independent Scholar, Rome, Italy. $17,700
  • Lynne Catherine Cooke. Independent Scholar, New York. $17,700
  • Tacita Charlotte Dean. Independent Scholar, Berlin, Germany. $67,000
  • David Adrian Freedberg. Columbia University, New York. $43,000
  • Mathew Edward Yarde Hale. Independent Scholar, Berlin, Germany. $1,500
  • Jianye Han. Beijing Union University, China. $9,950
  • Ayse Oya Pancaroglu Ciloglu. Bogaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey. $10,097
  • John Kyriakos Papadopoulos. University of California, Los Angeles. $22,000
  • Piotr Josef Piotrowski. Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland. $29,500
  • Joseph Rishel. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania. $23,600
  • Larry Arnold Silver. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. $43,000
  • Hendrik Ziegler. Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne, France. $10,620



GRI-NEH Postdoctoral Fellowship

  • Michelle Huntingford Craig. Independent Scholar, Mansfield Center, Connecticut. $42,000
  • Jessica L. Horton. Smithsonian American Art Museum / National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, D.C. $42,000



Harald Szeemann Research Project Postdoctoral Fellowship

  • Doris Chon. University of California, Los Angeles. $74,667



Postdoctoral Fellowships

  • Sean Villareal Leatherbury. Bard Graduate Center, New York. $32,000
  • Julia Christiane Orell. University of Zurich, Switzerland. $32,000
  • Kristin Elizabeth Romberg. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. $32,000



Predoctoral Fellowships

  • Subhashini Kaligotla. Columbia University, New York. $27,000
  • Nancy Lin. University of Chicago, Illinois. $27,000
  • Lynn Rother. Technische Universität Berlin, Germany. $27,000
  • Allison Nicole Stielau. Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. $27,000



Library Research Grants

Residency periods for the following grants vary based on research needs.

  • James Boaden. University of York, England. $2,100
  • Kristen Carter. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. $1,300
  • Selena Daly. University College Dublin, Ireland. $2,100
  • Mark De Vitis. National Art School, Sydney, Australia. $2,100
  • Erin Downey. Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. $1,300
  • Romana Filzmoser. University of Salzburg, Austria. $2,100
  • Christopher Grobe. Amherst College, Massachusetts. $1,270
  • Veronica-Gaia Ikeshoji-Orlati. University of Virginia, Charlottesville. $1,300
  • Sadia Kamran. University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan. $2,100
  • Sophie Landres. Stony Brook University, New York. $1,300
  • Anjuli Joy Lebowitz. Boston University, Massachusetts. $1,300
  • Vivian Yan Li. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. $1,100
  • Sandra Lim. University of Massachusetts, Lowell. $1,300
  • Galina Malyasova. Moscow Architectural Institute (State Academy), Russia. $2,000
  • Catalina Mejia Moreno. Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, England. $2,100
  • Anne Moeglin-Delcroix. Université Paris I—Panthéon-Sorbonne, France. $2,100
  • Joanna Mundy. Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. $1,300
  • Alessandra Nappo. Università Ca' Foscari, Venice, Italy. $2,100
  • Erin Nolan. Boston University, Massachusetts. $1,300
  • Meredith North. University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. $850
  • Elizabeth Otto. The State University of New York at Buffalo. $1,300
  • Mauro Perosin. Università IUAV di Venezia and Università degli Studi di Verona, Italy. $2,100
  • Chiara Pidatella. Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy. $2,100
  • Elisa Prete. Independent Scholar, Mogliano Veneto, Italy. $2,100
  • Jennifer Rabe. University of Bern, Switzerland. $2,000
  • David Rini. Università degli studi di Udine, Italy. $2,100
  • Katja Rivera. University of Illinois-Chicago. $914
  • Maria Inmaculada Rodriguez-Moya. Universitat Jaume I, Castellon, Spain. $2,100
  • Laurence Schmidlin. Independent Scholar, Geneva, Switzerland. $2,100
  • Abigail Sebaly. Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. $1,300
  • Pascal Zoss. Université Paris 8, France. $2,100



The Mellon Summer Institute in French Paleography

  • Mackenzie Anne Cooley. Stanford University, California. $900
  • Charlotte Elizabeth Cover. Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. $900
  • Aria Elizabeth Dal Molin. University of California, Santa Barbara. $900
  • Lori De Lucia. University of California, Los Angeles. $900
  • Elizabeth Ann Florea. University of Texas at Austin. $900
  • Elizabeth A. Kassler-Taub. Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. $900
  • Jennifer Lynn Newman. New York University. $900
  • Morgan C. Ng. Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. $900
  • Joel Luthor Penning. Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. $900
  • Julia Elizabeth Grace Rombough. University of Toronto, Canada. $900
  • Susan Bambi Schmidt. University of California, Santa Barbara. $900
  • Vincenzo Selleri. City University of New York Graduate Center. $900
  • Julie Georges Marie Christine Van Peteghem. Hunter College, New York. $900
  • Victoria Marie Hope White. University of California, Davis. $900
  • Daniel Michael Zolli. Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. $900

J. Paul Getty Museum

  • Marie-Anne Dupuy-Vachey. Independent Scholar, Paris, France. $10,097
  • Peggy McCracken. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. $9,950
  • Michael Douglas Roaf. Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, Germany. $9,950
  • Clotilde Roth-Meyer. Independent Scholar, Paris, France. $8,223
  • V. Armando Solé. European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, Grenoble, France. $8,223
  • Jeffrey B. Spier. University of Arizona, Tucson. $9,901
  • Carol Squiers. International Center of Photography, New York. $7,406
  • Jean Vittet. Château de Fontainebleau, France. $8,223
  • Clara von Waldthausen. Fotorestauratie Atelier VOF, Amsterdam, Netherlands. $10,097
  • Susan Walker. Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, University of Oxford, England. $10,097
  • Kris Wetterlund. Independent Scholar, Minneapolis, Minnesota. $10,097

Getty Conservation Institute

Conservation Guest Scholars

  • Thordis Eva Kristina Arrhenius. Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Norway. $9,597
  • Jon Allison Brewer. Royal Household of the United Kingdom, Windsor, England. $9,597
  • John Andrew Escarsega. US Army Research Laboratory, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland. $20,082
  • Susanne Gene Grieve. East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina. $9,450
  • Anna Laganà. Independent Scholar, Amsterdam, Netherlands. $9,450
  • Frank Gerard Matero. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. $9,405
  • Ralph Scott Wiegandt. George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester, New York. $9,405



Postdoctoral Fellowship in Conservation Science

  • Ilaria Cianchetta. Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy. $60,000

SPECIAL PROJECTS

  • The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan. For “The Grand Bargain.” $3,000,000
  • Greater Washington Educational Telecommunications Association, Inc., Arlington, Virginia. For “Culture at Risk,” a series of reports on PBS NewsHour. $750,000
  • National Culture Fund, New Delhi, India. For the attendance of Indian archaeological, museum, and other cultural professionals at the workshop on best practices for archaeological site museums in Sarnath, Uttar Pradesh. INR1,031,285
  • State University of Iowa Foundation, Iowa City. For research on Jackson Pollock's Mural in the University of Iowa Museum of Art. $4,000

MATCHING GIFTS

  • Trustee and employee matching gifts (296). $712,185