The Research Fellowship Program of the Canadian Photography Institute encourages and supports advanced research in the study of the history and criticism of photography. Fellowships must relate to photography and emphasize the use and investigation of the collections of the Canadian Photography Institute, including those of the National Gallery’s Library and Archives.
The National Gallery of Canada’s Rodger and Joann McLennan Canadian War Art Research Fellowship encourages and supports advanced research in Canadian and Indigenous Canadian war and military art. Research must relate to any aspect of Canadian war or military art, including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, printmaking and other media, and emphasize the use and investigation of the collections of the National Gallery of Canada, Canadian War Museum, and Library and Archives Canada. The Fellowship supports original research by scholars undertaking publishing, exhibition, and thesis and dissertation work or their equivalents in Canadian war or military art.
For more information on the National Gallery of Canada’s Research Fellowship Program, please contact Cyndie Campbell, chief, Library, Archives and Research Fellowship Program at [email protected] or 613-990-0597.