CWIT Scholarship for Arts and Heritage Conservation 2017-18


The Charles Wallace India Trust Long Term Scholarship is offering awards for studying or gaining wider experience and exposure in Arts and Heritage Conservation in UK.

Every year CWIT offers up to 10 long term awards, aiming at giving early to mid career practitioners a chance to study or gain wider experience and exposure. The balance between Arts and Heritage Conservation varies from year to year depending on demand and performance at interview.

The awards, which are generally from 2–3 months up to a maximum of a year, cover accommodation and living costs in the UK, fees and a contribution to international fares.

Eligibility:

  • The applicant be an Indian citizen living in
  • be aged between 25 and
  • have a first degree, diploma or professional qualification in their specialization.
  • CWIT prefers applicants with significant working experience

Highlights:

CWIT covers the following Arts and Heritage Conservation fields of study:

Arts

  • Visual Arts
  • Performance, e.g. Dance, Drama, Music, Directing
  • Film – including Script Writing and Direction
  • Photography
  • Design (but not Architecture)
  • Curating
  • Art History

Heritage Conservation

  • Conservation architecture
  • Management of heritage projects or sites
  • Conservation of materials such as timber, stone, metal including metal structures, armour, paintings, photographs and film (internships for painting conservators are sometimes hosted at the TATE conservation department- enquiries to metal structures, armour, paintings, photographs and film ( internships for painting conservators are sometimes hosted at the TATE conservation department- enquiries to conservation.enquiries@tate.org.uk
  • Conservation of landscape
  • Management of museums and collections.

Late date to submit Application forms for Charles Wallace Long Term awards 2017-18 is November 30, 2016 at the nearest British Council Centre.

For detailed information on the scholarship and applying for the same, visit the British Council website – HERE

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