Funding available to support activities or research projects in the UK which promote and develop teaching, learning and widening participation in art history.
The Association of Art Historians (AAH), formed in 1974, is a charitable organisation which aims to support and promote the study and development of art history. It represents the interests of those involved in all aspects of the discipline in a professional and/or research capacity and runs services and resources such as events, publications, funding, and networks. It also plays a role in shaping and securing the future of the discipline.
The AAH Initiatives Fund’s purpose is to support activities or research projects which promote and develop teaching, learning and widening participation in art history. The types of activities supported can include conferences, workshops, discussion fora and online publication.
The scheme is open to both individual and institutional members of the Association with proposals for activities or events which contribute to teaching, learning and widening participation in art history.
Awards of up to £500 can be made. These can cover specific aspects of the activity or event such as:
- Room hire.
- Keynote fees.
- Travel and subsistence costs.
- Editorial expenses.
Information taken from: Idox/Grantfinder
Further info available at: http://www.aah.org.uk/funding/initiatives-fund