The Grimwade and ACMI Time-based Media Conservation Fellowship, supported by the Eric Ormond Baker Charitable Fund, provides a chance for a recent graduate specialising in time-based media and audio-visual heritage.
The Fellowship entails the development of a research project in cooperation with the Time-based Media Conservator at ACMI and the Grimwade Centre. The grantee will build specialised knowledge, strong skills, and industry-facing networks while based in ACMI’s Media Preservation Lab.
ACMI and the Grimwade Centre will provide the Fellow with the necessary resources and assistance for the fellowship’s objectives. This comprises the assignment of a mentor, building access and orientation, IT access, and, if applicable, a desk and office space.
- Type: Postgraduate
- Organisation: University of Melbourne
- Country to study: Australia
- School to study: University of Melbourne
- Course to study: Not specified
- Gender: Men and Women
- Application Deadline: February 27, 2023
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About the University of Aberdeen
Melbourne University is an Australian public research university based in Melbourne, Victoria. It was established in 1853, making it the second-oldest university in Australia and the oldest in Victoria.
Times Higher Education ranks Melbourne as the 33rd best university in the world, while the Academic Ranking of World Universities puts Melbourne as the 44th best university in the world (both first in Australia).
$37,500 shall be awarded over the duration of the fellowship in four instalments.
University of Melbourne Grimwade and ACMI Time-based Media Conservation Fellowship Courses
- Historical, philosophical, political and social studies
- Language, literature and cultural studies
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To qualify for this grant, applicants must:
- Have earned a Master of Materials Conservation at the University of Melbourne or a recognised certificate in materials conservation within the last five years;
- Not be enrolled in formal studies throughout the Fellowship period;
- Possess expertise in time-based media or audiovisual preservation; and
- A current membership in AICCM.
- Australian / domestic student Student of international standing
How to apply
Are you curious and qualified? To apply, visit the University of Melbourne at scholarships.unimelb.edu.au.
Qualified applicants must submit an online application with the following information:
- a 300-500 word career statement outlining how the Fellowship corresponds with your present skills, experience, and professional objectives.
- A proposal of up to 1,000 words that outlines their capacity to deliver a major research project while working collaboratively with staff from ACMI and the Grimwade Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation and nominates a research interest that aligns with an aspect of ACMI’s collection of time-based media, such as artist films, video games, multi-channel video installations, and virtual reality environments.
- two academic or professional references; transcripts from the University of Melbourne and any other relevant universities
- curriculum vitae;
- documentation of AICCM membership; and
- any more information that will aid the committee in making a judgement.
The selection committee will invite candidates to an interview if they have been shortlisted.
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February 27, 2023
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