The AAANZ’s annual conference is an important event for art scholars in the region. It is a unique opportunity to meet and network with scholars from across Australia and New Zealand, and to present research in a formal setting. We realise, however, that costs of attending conferences can be high, often prohibitively so. The conference organisers have therefore worked to make available a number of bursaries to help offset these costs.
How to apply
All applications are due by 31 August 2021.
To apply, visit https://aaanz.info/aaanz-home/conferences/2021-conference-impact/bursaries/. Select which of the listed bursaries you would like to apply for. Further bursary options will be announced soon.
You will then be asked to submit the following:
- An abstract outlining your proposed presentation at AAANZ21 (200 words).
- A current CV (2 pages).
- A short bio (100 words).
- A budget setting out your anticipated costs of attending the conference (1 page).
- All applications will be assessed by a panel comprising representatives from the sponsoring organisations listed below.
For successful applicants to receive their bursary, they must be an AAANZ Member, and be a Panel Convenor or have been accepted by a Panel Convenor to present a paper at the AAANZ21 Conference.