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Fellows and Interns

Smithsonian American Art Museum Fellows

The Smithsonian American Art Museum is one of the nation's leading centers for the study of American art. The museum offers academic opportunities for scholars at the graduate level and above, research opportunities for visiting scholars, and professional museum training for college seniors and graduate students.

Fellowships

Amelia Goerlitz, Fellowship and Academic Programs Coordinator


The museum supports pre- and postdoctoral scholars in residence to conduct research on topics in American art and visual culture. The museum's Fellowship Program office is a suite with sixteen workstations and an informal meeting space dedicated to accommodating our short- and long-term visiting scholars who have access to the museum's library and other research resources. Scholars are selected in an annual competition administered by the museum and the Smithsonian's Office of Fellowships.

Fellows in Residence
2013–2014
2012–2013
2011–2012
2010–2011
2009–2010
2008–2009
2007–2008
2006–2007
2005–2006
2004–2005
2003–2004
2002–2003

  • Other Smithsonian Fellowships

  • Association of Research Institutes in Art History (ARIAH)

  • Contribute to the Fellowship Program

  • Internships

    Judith Houston Hollomon, Intern Program Officer


    Since the establishment of its Intern Program in 1968, the museum has provided career training to hundreds of undergraduate and graduate students, as well as others seeking self-enrichment. Internships are offered during the fall, spring, and summer semesters. Supplementary workshops and seminars provide exposure to a wide range of museum careers and opportunities. Interns are selected in an annual competition administered by the museum.

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