The Margaret Russell Graduate Internship in Curatorial Studies

Margaret Russell
1918-2008

The Department of Art History & Visual Studies (formerly History in Art) is pleased to announce a wonderful opportunity for graduate students interested in working on a research project relating to modern and contemporary art in the Pacific North West.

The award has been established through the generosity of Bill Langlois and Mike Melnyk, who wish to support and encourage the preservation of art created by local BC artists for the future enjoyment of British Columbia. It is named in memory of Mr. Melnyk’s late mother, Margaret Russell. (Read more on the UVic website.)

The successful applicant will work with the Curator of the University of Victoria Legacy Art Galleries on an aspect of the collections, which will be decided upon together.

The internship/award is offered in the Spring term for $3,500 as a project completed over a certain number of hours in term time.

How to Apply

Please check back for application dates for 2017/2018.

To apply: submit your CV and a statement of interest (500 words outlining your interest in objects in museums or galleries in Canadian collections, and indicate which one of the projects below interests you and why), to the Chair of Art History & Visual Studies, Dr. Erin J. Campbell by emailing: arthistorychair@uvic.ca

Please also cc Graduate Advisor, Dr. Astri Wright, at: astri@uvic.ca .
Deadline for Applying: December 19, 2016.

The successful applicant will be notified in the second week of
January 2017.

Please see this document for more information: Margaret Russell 2016