American Academy in Rome

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American Academy in Rome,

founded in 1894 as the American School of Architecture in Rome by Charles F. McKim and enlarged in 1897 with the founding of the American Academy in Rome for students of architecture, sculpture, and painting. It was incorporated by act of Congress in 1905. In 1913 its charter was amended to include the American School of Classical Studies in Rome. It annually awards to U.S. citizens competitive fellowships bearing a yearly stipend, a travel allowance, and residence in Rome. Fellowships are granted in architecture, painting, sculpture, music, landscape architecture, and art history.
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Specialists in the various kinds of objects offer a catalog and extensive discussion of antiquities at the American Academy in Rome.
He recently finished an appointment as artist in residence at the American Academy in Rome.
The Fellowship for an Australian visual artist at the American Academy in Rome is an extraordinary opportunity for an artist to immerse themselves with the best scholars from around the world to advance their practice.
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The premier architectural firm of the early 20th century, McKim Mead and White designed architectural gems such as the American Academy in Rome, much of the Columbia and Harvard University campuses, The Morgan Library, the original Pennsylvania Station and the Metropolitan and University Clubs.
Serving as president of the Board of Trustees of the Brearley School (1978-82), she was also the first female trustee of the Lawrenceville School (1985-96), as well a trustee of the American Academy in Rome (1979-99).
Looking at his work, it comes as no surprise to learn that he became a devotee of Carlo Scarpa during a period as a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome in 1987.
The Enel Foundation, the non-profit research organisation of global power company Enel, and the American Academy in Rome (AAR) have just launched a partnership.
In 1960, he won the Rome Prize and studied for two years at the American Academy in Rome, of which he is now a trustee.
Papers and Monographs of the American Academy in Rome, 31.
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