MA Student wins international travel grant
31 August 2012
History of Art MA student Natalie Pace has won a prestigious international travel grant to attend CIMAM´S 2012 ANNUAL CONFERENCE 'Museums Beyond the Crises.'
History of Art MA student Natalie Pace has won a prestigious international travel grant to attend CIMAM´S 2012 annual conference 'Museums Beyond the Crises'. The grant was one of only 25 available.
The conference will be held in Istanbul, Turkey, November 12 to 14, 2012 with an expected audience of around 180 museum directors and curators from more than 40 countries. Conference Grants of up to 2000 Euros were awarded by The Getty Foundation and the Fundación Cisneros/Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros to support the attendance of contemporary visual art professionals from developing countries.
Natalie is currently based as a freelance visual arts curator in Cambodia where she is completing her History of Art Masters Thesis on 'Contemporary Urban Art in Phnom Penh'.