The Intercultural Institute of Comparative Music Studies, in collaboration with Durham University’s Department of Music, is offering 10 scholarships to ethnomusicologists or anthropologists interested in making films for the purposes of documenting and analysing musical traditions. To be held at the Fondazione Cini from 12 to 16 June by Marco Lutzu and Simone Tarsitani, the workshop on the audiovisual documentation of fieldwork will deal with the technical and logistic aspects of audio and video recordings in the light of the most common requirements for scholarly research.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR A RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP IN MEMORY OF DIEGO CARPITELLA FOR THE CREATION OF AN AUDIOVISUAL PRODUCT OF ETHNOMUSICOLOGICAL INTEREST
As part of Eyes on music: Projects on visual ethnomusicology, the Intercultural Institute of Comparative Music Studies (IISMC) is offering a research scholarship amounting to amounts to € 5,000.00 (pre-tax) dedicated to the memory of Diego Carpitella for the creation of an audiovisual product of ethnomusicological interest.
The scholarship is offered by Fondazione di Venezia.
Italian or foreign researchers with experience in the field of visual ethnomusicology will be admitted for selection, preferably if under 40 at the application deadline, by presenting a new original project for the production of an audiovisual product for which they must hold exclusive rights.
The Giorgio Cini Foundation offers three scholarships each year for studies focused on the Benno Geiger Archive, which is preserved and developed on the Island of San Giorgio, as well as on other literary archives held by the Foundation. The scholarships are in accordance with Elsa Geiger Ariè’s will and are associated with the “Premio letterario Benno per la traduzione poetica”, an annual poetry translation prize, set up to commemorate her father.
The Fondazione Giorgio Cini is pleased to announce a new series of collaborations with TORCH – The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities, generously funded by the John Fell OUP Fund, that will bring students and professors from Oxford to Venice, to pursue research projects at the Cini’s Vittore Branca Center for visiting scholars.
In 2011 Fondazione Giorgio Cini and Renaissance Society of America (RSA) established the Patricia H. Labalme Grant, awarding $3,000 to a selected American scholar willing to study Renaissance-related topics in Venice, working at the Vittore Branca Center for one month.
In 2014 Fondazione Giorgio Cini and Renaissance Society of America (RSA), with the generous support of the Kress Foundation, established the RSA-Kress Patricia H. Labalme Grant, awarding $3,000 to a selected American art historian willing to study Renaissance Art-related topics in Venice, working at the Vittore Branca Center for one month.