Tate is occasionally able to offer research posts relating to various aspects of its research programme. Often these posts are funded by external grant-giving bodies or are created in partnership with other institutions. Details of these posts and the application process will be provided here.
Brooks International Fellowship Programme: South Asia
The Brooks International Fellowship Programme at Tate, in collaboration with Delfina Foundation, is a new South Asia-focused programme. In autumn 2014, three curators, researchers or art historians will have the opportunity to develop their research around a specific South Asia-related topic at Tate, complemented by activities at Delfina Foundation.
The selection process for the 2014 Brooks International Fellows has been completed, and we are looking forward to welcoming Aastha Chauhan, Ayesha Matthan and Kamini Sawhney to Tate this autumn.
Research fellowships are available for scholars who seek to pursue their research at Tate for a period ranging from three months to three years. Fellowships are non-stipendiary but offer hot-desk facilities at Tate’s Research department, based at Millbank, London.
If you are interested in applying for a fellowship, please email; firstname.lastname@example.org explaining why you would like to be based at Tate and the relevance of your research to Tate. Address your email to Professor Nigel Llewellyn, Head of Research, Tate.
Tate is delighted to host a growing number of doctoral students engaged in research at Tate.
Scholars and postgraduate students seeking a research placement at Tate should download and complete the research placement application form and email it, along with their CV, to email@example.com.
Application are considered by the Head of Research and others. Applicants should receive a decision within six weeks. Applications for a research placement due to start in less than six weeks, or requiring Tate’s support in an application process with less than six weeks before the deadline, will not be considered.