IAS/Samuel H. Kress Foundation International Conference Travel Grants
The Italian Art Society/Samuel H. Kress Foundation International Conference Travel Grant (IAS/Kress Travel) falls under the purview of the IAS President. In the past there was one application deadline for all conferences. This year there will be different deadlines for various conferences where IAS sponsors a session. Through the generosity of the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, the IAS offers IAS/Kress Travel grants to support transoceanic travel by IAS members of any nationality traveling to present papers in IAS-sponsored sessions at the CAA, RSA, the ICMA at Kalamazoo, the AIA, or the SCSC. Applicants must be members of the Italian Art Society at the time of application and receipt of the award, must have received their Ph.D. by the time of application, and must be presenting papers on a pre-modern topic in an IAS-sponsored session. The deadline for applications for 2017 has passed.
June 2016 IAS/Kress Travel Grant Winners
Giada Damen (The Morgan Library & Museum) will present her paper “Relics of the Antique Gods in Sixteenth Century Venice” in August of this year at the annual meeting of the Sixteenth Century Society & Conference (SCSC) in Bruges, Belgium. The paper forms part of an IAS-sponsored panel titled “The Holy Republic of Venice,” organized by Allison Sherman (Queen’s University) and Eveline Baseggio Omiccioli (State University of New York, FIT).
Alexis Culotta (American Academy of Art, Chicago) has organized the IAS-sponsored session at SCSC in Bruges titled “Coopetition: Testing the Bounds of Cooperation and Competition” and will present in the panel a paper entitled “Co-opetition and Its Basis in Renaissance Art History: An Overview.”
January 2016 IAS/Kress Travel Grant Winners
Thanks to the generosity of the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, we are delighted to be able to support the transoceanic travel of seven Italian Art Society members who will present papers in IAS sponsored sessions at the following conferences: College Art Association (CAA), Klaus Krüger (Freie Universität, Berlin); Renaissance Society of America (RSA), Sabina de Cavi (Universidad de Córdoba, Cordova), Anna Marazuela Kim (Courtauld Institute of Art, London), Pietro Roccasecca (Accademia di Belle Arti, Rome), and Guendalina Serafinelli (Università di Roma “La Sapienza,” Rome); International Congress on Medieval Studies (ICMS at Kalamazoo), Christiane Martina Elster (Bibliotheca Hertziana, Rome) and Giuseppa Zanichelli (Università degli Studi di Salerno).