Rome Prize Information Session: New York University
The American Academy in Rome, in conjunction with the Department of Art History at New York University, invites you to an information session on the 2020 Rome Prize. Shawn Miller, AAR program director, will lead a discussion on the prize and the Academy with three past Rome Prize winners: John N. Hopkins, 2009 Fellow in ancient studies; Anna Serotta, 2015 Fellow in historic preservation and conservation; and Javier Galindo, 2016 Fellow in architecture. A short Q&A will follow.
AAR supports innovative artists, writers, and scholars living and working together in a dynamic international community. Each year, the Academy awards the Rome Prize to thirty emerging artists and scholars who represent the highest standard of excellence and who are in the early or middle stages of their working lives. The winners are invited to Rome to pursue their work in an atmosphere conducive to intellectual and artistic experimentation and interdisciplinary exchange. The Rome Prize consists of room and board, a stipend ($28,000 for full-term fellowships; $16,000 for half-term fellowships), individual work space, and privileged access to Rome.
The deadline for the national Rome Prize competition is Wednesday, November 1, 2019. Applications will also be accepted between November 2 and 15, 2019, for an additional fee. For more information about the Fellowship, or to apply, please visit the Rome Prize section of the AAR website.