Sigg Fellowship for Chinese Art Research
The Sigg Fellowship for Chinese Art Research is a new M+ programme held every other year to support new research on Chinese art, in dialogue with the M+ Collections. It is organised in parallel with the Sigg Prize, which recognises the best of contemporary art practices in the Greater China region. The fellowship corresponds with M+’s commitment to enriching the contemporary conversation on art in the region, and to defining new platforms for research and debate.
For each edition of the fellowship, one individual will be selected by a committee consisting of representatives from M+ and professionals from outside the institution. The successful applicant is expected to be attached to M+ for a period of three to six months and is awarded a grant of 200,000 Hong Kong dollars to cover all expenses, including travel, living, insurance, and research-related costs.
【deadline】Hong Kong Time (UTC+8) 12 noon, 31 January 2020