Rome Prize Information Session: Atlanta

Information Session

Rome Prize Information Session: Atlanta

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Please join us on Wednesday, September 20 at 6:00pm ET for an in-person Rome Prize Information Session in Atlanta, Georgia, hosted by the Clark Atlanta University Art Museum. All prospective Rome Prize applicants in the Atlanta metro area and beyond are welcome. (The event is not limited to faculty or students at Clark Atlanta University.)

The information session is free and open, but we request that you please register in advance.

The program will include a presentation about the Rome Prize by AAR President Peter N. Miller, followed by an extended Q&A with AAR Program Director Shawn Miller. Light refreshments will be served.

The final deadline to apply for the Rome Prize for the 2024–25 academic year is November 15, 2023. This event offers the opportunity to get your questions answered before the deadline.

Rome Prize Fellowships are available in ancient studies, architecture, design, historic preservation and conservation, landscape architecture, literature, medieval studies, modern Italian studies, musical composition, Renaissance and early modern studies, and visual arts. The Tsao Family Rome Prize will also be awarded to a humanities scholar whose project explores the relationship between Chinese and Mediterranean philosophical traditions.

Rome Prize Fellowships include a stipend, room and board, and an individual workspace at AAR’s eleven-acre campus in Rome.


Date & time
Wednesday, September 20, 2023
6:00 PM
Clark Atlanta University Art Museum
Trevor Arnett Hall - The Atrium
223 James P Brawley Drive SW
Atlanta, GA
United States

Information on accessibility, parking, and directions to the building can be found at the Clark Atlanta University Art Museum’s website.

Event sponsorship

In partnership with the Clark Atlanta University Art Museum.