Thanks to the generosity of Tru Vue, we will be offering a number of funded places for non-members to attend online – whatever your location or employment circumstances
We are enormously grateful to Tru Vue who have agreed to cover 100% of the registration fee for online attendance for conservators and cultural heritage professionals who have been furloughed, made redundant or laid off within the sector. We hope that through Tru Vue’s generosity, uncertain work prospects will be no longer be a barrier to professional development.
Deadline for Applications: 15 October 2020
How to Apply
There is no formal application form for these grants. Instead you will need to send to the IIC office an application made up of three things:
- A brief statement (up to 250 words, in English) describing how attendance online at the Congress would be of benefit to you and to conservation in your country
- Brief details of whether you need any additional support to be able to access the Congress online (e.g. IT equipment such as headsets).
- A copy of your current CV (curriculum vitae) with your full name and contact details / home postal address
- A signed letter of support from one senior professional conservator, who should be named, with their affiliations and full contact details
Applications will be accepted in English only. Applications will be accepted by email or post and should be received by the September 15, 2020 with the subject line indicating the name of the grant (e.g. Getty Attendance Grant, Tru Vue Supported Place or Brommelle Fund) you are applying for. Please contact the IIC Office if you have any queries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Successful and unsuccessful applicants will be notified as soon as a decision has been made. Successful applicants will be informed of the arrangements for payment of the stipend grant.
After the congress
Successful applicants are required to submit a short report of their participation to IIC; this report will then be shared with the main grant funder.