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CAUL-ASA Fellowships open!

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The Council of Australian University Libraries (CAUL) and the Australian Society of Authors (ASA) are delighted to invite applications for the 2016 CAUL/ASA Fellowships. The primary goal of the fellowships is to showcase university libraries’ special collections by providing Australian creators such as authors, artists, scholars and researchers with an opportunity to undertake inspiring projects using these collections.

Two $10,000 fellowships are available in non-salary funding for visiting artists, authors, scholars and researchers working on projects related to the collections. More details on the collections and the application process are available on the CAUL website. Applications are open from 16 May until 14 June.

Margie Jantti, CAUL President explained: “The breadth and depth of special collections can be considered a hallmark of contemporary research libraries. Australian university libraries play a significant role in the development and curation of special, and often unique, collections. Our successful collaboration with the Australian Society of Authors has inspired and will continue to inspire creative and cultural outputs for the nation, and beyond.”

For details, please visit the website. Applications close 14 June.

The fellowships have been made possible through a grant from the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund.


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