Dear members and friends,
Just to remind you that applications are invited for the ARLIS UK & Ireland Travel and Study Fund 2019. The closing date is Friday 18th January 2019, (next week). Successful applicants will be notified by 8th February 2019.
The 2019 award is sponsored by a generous anonymous donation. Please see information below.
You can download an application form from the ARLIS UK & Ireland website https://arlis.net/career/awards-and-scholarships/
To be elegible you will need to be either a personal or institutional member of ARLIS UK & Ireland. 2019 membership is now open. Individual membership is £28/12 concession and institutional membership is £50. For more information on members benefits and an application form please see our website
May I take the opportunity to wish you all a Very Happy 2019!
Chair, ARLIS UK & Ireland,
chair at arlis dot net
Librarian and Tutor
The Prince’s Foundation and Royal Drawing School
+44(0)20 7613 8507
19-22 Charlotte Road, London EC2A 3SG
ARLIS/UK & Ireland Travel and Study Fund
The ARLIS/UK & Ireland Travel & Study Fund has been established to enable the Society to make annual grants to promote research and development in the fields of art, architecture and design librarianship.
The award may be used to travel anywhere within or outside the UK & Ireland to visit libraries or other institutions, to attend a seminar or conference (excluding those organised by ARLIS UK & Ireland itself), or to facilitate a research project or job exchange.
The award is open to all members of ARLIS/UK & Ireland and may be used to supplement funding from other sources. It is usually advertised in September of each year, but times might vary occasionally.
At the Trustees and Council discretion more than one award might be made available in any given year.
a. Applicants must be members (either personal or institutional) of ARLIS/UK & Ireland. Current officers and Council members of ARLIS/UK & Ireland are eligible to apply however, members of the Grant Panel are not eligible.
b. Members intending to apply should obtain an application form from the ARLIS web site (https://arlis.net/).
c. Within six weeks of the completion of travel or study, the recipient of any award shall present a full written report of 1000-1500 words to ARLIS Council for publication on the ARLIS UK & Ireland website.
d. If an application is not successful, it may be resubmitted the following year.
e. The decisions of the Grants Panel and ARLIS Council shall be final, and no correspondence regarding them shall be entered into.
f. ARLIS Council reserves the right to make no award if no suitable application is received.
g. Past recipients might apply but should be aware that first-time applicants will have priority. Awards will be made to past recipients only in the absence of first-time applicants.
To apply please download the application from the ARLIS UK & Ireland Website https://arlis.net/career/awards-and-scholarships/
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