Constance Miller Fund for Academic Initiatives
The Miller Fund provides between $10,000 and $25,000 each fiscal year to support a range of projects involving faculty and students. Some examples:
- Small exhibitions taking advantage of the bi-annual rotations of Asian paintings and works on paper in the Asian painting gallery.
- Projects resulting from courses that are centrally concerned with conceptualizing and planning an exhibition.
- Seminars in the Center that focus on or are related to the Center's collections and exhibitions.
- Small focused shows relating to courses, such as the foundation courses; these installations would include objects that would serve as source material for student papers.
- Projects that include a studio art or performance component, involving faculty and students.
- Installations related to symposia.
Submitting a Proposal
To submit proposals for the Miller Academic Initiative:
Faculty should prepare a draft proposal and budget and discuss its feasibility with the curator for education, Patience Young (725-6788 or firstname.lastname@example.org) prior to submitting a proposal.Final proposals and budgets should be sent electronically to Patience Young at the above email addresses.