Max Stern (1903-1987) was an art historian, collector and founder of the Dominion Gallery on Sherbrooke Street, Montreal. With his wide ranging tastes he played an influential role in promoting Canadian modern art.
The Max Stern-McCord Museum Fellowship was established in 1991 by the trustees of the Max Stern estate. It is offered to meritorious graduate students who are seeking admission in the Faculty of Arts at McGill University and whose research will directly involve the collections of the McCord Museum (see www.mccord-museum.qc.ca for more information on the collections). No citizenship restrictions. One fellowship was available in 2004-05.
Value: $20,000; renewable once at the Master's level, twice at the Ph.D. level.
Application forms and deadlines for 2005-2006 available at the McGill University Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Web site.
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