[AIW] PEM Native American Fellowship Program
Rosario_Ubiera-Minaya at pem.org
Tue Feb 1 19:47:35 CET 2011
The Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts is seeking candidates
for it's Native American Residential Fellowship Program in museum
The term is from June 1 - August 12, 2011 and applications are due by
February 28, 2011.
The Native American Residential Fellowship Program offers paid
fellowship opportunities for Native American, Native Hawaiian and Alaska
Native students and early-career, in-service cultural professionals. It
provides participants with a comprehensive perspective on the theory and
practice of museums aimed at helping to develop skills in cultural
object stewardship and museum practices. It will offer individuals the
opportunity to gain expertise and will prepare them for employment
positions in the museum field and/or the cultural, nonprofit sector.
New this year is an option for self-directed research in PEM's
collection and library.
For Program Guidelines, Description of Positions and the Application
Form, please visit our website at www.pem.org/naf.
For further questions, or if you have difficulty downloading the
attachments posted at the site, please contact me:
Rosario Ubiera-Minaya, Program Director
Museum Action Corps (MAC) Internship Program
Peabody Essex Museum
East India Square, Salem, MA 01970
Tel: 978-745-9500, ext. 3217
rosario_ubiera-minaya at pem.org
For additional information about the Peabody Essex Museum, please visit
out website, www.pem.org
The Peabody Essex Museum presents art and culture from New England and
around the world. The museum's collections are among the finest of their
kind, showcasing an unrivaled spectrum of American art and architecture
(including four National Historic Landmark buildings) and outstanding
Asian, Asian Export, Native American, African, Oceanic, Maritime and
Photography collections. In addition to its vast collection, the museum
offers a vibrant schedule of changing exhibitions and a hands-on
education center. The museum campus features numerous parks, period
gardens and 22 historic properties, including Yin Yu Tang, a
200-year-old house that is the only example of Chinese domestic
architecture on display in the United States.
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