• At the Autumn 2014 meeting of the Centre’s Advisory Council the following Grants were awarded:

Curatorial Research Grants

Compton Verney, to help support a research curator for 8 months to work on the project Hart Silversmiths: A Legacy.

The Foundling Museum, to help support a research curator for 1 year to work on the project The Fallen Woman.

Gainsborough's House, to help support a research curator for 1 year to work on the project Cataloguing and researching the collection of Gainsborough's House.

Greenwich Foundation for the Old Royal Naval College, to help support a research curator for 1 year to work on the project Painted Hall Conservation: Understanding Sir James Thornhill's Masterpiece.

National Museums Liverpool, to help support a research curator for 1 year to work on the project Online Dictionary of the Liverpool Autumn Exhibitions and Spring Exhibitions (1871-1938).

The National Trust, to help support a research curator for 3 years to work on the project National Trust Furniture Research, Publication and Online Catalogue Project.

Nottingham City Museums and Galleries, to help support a research curator for 1 year to work on the project The Ballantyne Collection of 20th-Century British Studio Ceramics.

Turner Contemporary, to help support a research curator for 1 year to work on the project The Waste Land.

University College London, to help support a research curator for 1 year to work on the project Cultural Legacies of British Slave-Ownership

Publication Grants (Author)

Mirjam Brusius, towards the cost of publishing The Absence of Photography: William Henry Fox Talbot, Photography and the Antique.

Sacha Craddock, towards the cost of publishing The Contemporary Art Society: A Biography.

James Delbourgo, towards the cost of publishing The Man who Collected the World: Sir Hans Sloane and the Origins of the British Museum.

John Hannavy, towards the cost of publishing The Victorian Photographs of Dr Thomas Keith and John Forbes White.

Karen Hearn, towards the cost of publishing Cornelius Johnson.

Owen Hopkins, towards the cost of publishing From the Shadows: The Architecture and Afterlife of Nicholas Hawksmoor.

Samuel Shaw, towards the cost of publishing From Bradford to Benares: The Art of William Rothenstein.

Mark Swenarton, towards the cost of publishing Cook's Camden: The housing programme of the London Borough of Camden under Sydney Cook 1965-73.

Nick Thurston, towards the cost of publishing Somebody's Got To Do It: Selected Writings by Pavel Büchler since 1986.

Beth Williamson, towards the cost of publishing Between Art Practice and Psychoanalysis mid-20th Century: Anton Ehrenzweig in Context.

George Younge, towards the cost of publishing Old English Sources of the Theological Windows at Canterbury Cathedral (1174 - c.1200).

Publication Grants (Publisher)

Afterall, towards the cost of publishingDesigning Exhibitions, Exhibiting Participation: ‘an Exhibit’ 1957.

Boydell and Brewer Ltd, towards the cost of publishingThe Art of the Church Screen in Medieval Europe (Making, Meaning, Preservation).

Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi, towards the cost of publishing The Stained Glass of Herkenrode Abbey in England.

Dulwich Picture Gallery, towards the cost of publishingWinifred Knights 1899-1947.

Heraldry Society, towards the cost of publishingThe Display of Heraldry: The Heraldic Imagination in Arts and Culture, 1500 to the Present Day.

Lund Humphries Publishers, towards the cost of publishingEdward Ardizzone.

National Museums Scotland Enterprises Ltd, towards the cost of publishingScottish Photography: the First Thirty Years.

Pallant House Gallery, towards the cost of publishingLeon Underwood: Pioneer Modernist.

Paul Holberton Publishing, towards the cost of publishingCornelius Johnson.

Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, towards the cost of publishing The Smithfield Decretals (BL, Royal MS 10 E IV): Tales from the Margins of a Fourteenth-Century Law Book.

Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum, towards the cost of publishing Slade Painters in Dorset: The Edwardians.

Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, towards the cost of publishing Scottish Glass 1750-2006.

The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds, towards the cost of publishing George Morland towards the cost of publishing Art, Traffic and Society in late Eighteenth-century England.

UCL Press, towards the cost of publishingProject 75.

University of Greenwich Galleries, towards the cost of publishing Stockwell Depot (1967-1982) and The London Artists' Studio Movement.

Walpole Society, towards the cost of publishing The British in Spain.

Williamson Art Gallery and Museum, towards the cost of publishing From Renaissance to Regent Street: The Della Robbia Pottery and the Influence of the Cultural Tourist.

Research Support Grants

Juliet Davis, for research on Dispersal: A Landscape on the Edge

Natasha Eaton, for research on The Conditional Image: Art, indenture and empire in the Indian Ocean, c.1780-c.1947.

James Finch, for research on David Sylvester: Art Writings.

Clare Griffiths, for research on Clare Leighton (1898-1949): a life engraved.

Sharon Irish,for research on Stephen Willats, 1970-2012: Coded Landscapes, Cybernetic Towers, and Urban Journeys.

Sandro Jung, for research on Thomas Stothard, 18th-Century Book Illustration, and His Designs for James Harrison, Thomas Cadell, and William Davies.

Sherry Lindquist, for research on Nude Trinities and Other Anomalies in Books of Hours made for the Butler Family of London.

Claudia Marx, for research on The Restoration of Major Medieval Churches in Victorian England and Wales.

Nathan O'Donnell, for research on BLAST and the ‘Springs of Creation’: An investigation of Vorticism, Irish art and the connections between Wyndham Lewis & Eileen Gray.

Judy Raymond, for research on The Colour of Shadows: Richard Bridgens and his Images of Slavery in Trinidad.

Maria Stavrinaki, for research on Prehistoric Modern. The different uses of prehistory by 'Force One' and the Independent Group.

Mengting Yu, for research on Women Artists, the Avant Garde and London: 1901-1914.

Educational Programme Grants

Art Institute of Chicago: towards a two-day symposium Ireland: Art on a World Stage, 1690-1840, 20-21 March 2015.

Birkbeck College and Tate: towards a two-day symposium Artist and Empire: New Perspectives, 1780-now, 27-28 Nov 2015.

Bristol Museum and Art Gallery:towards a seminar How to interpret Art and the British Empire for 21st-Century Audiences: Roderick MacKenzie’s Delhi Durbar of 1903 in Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, mid-February 2015.

Centre for Eighteenth-Century Studies, University of York: towards a three-day international conference Disseminating Dress: Britain and the World, 28-30 May 2015.

Victoria and Albert Museum: towards a two-day symposium A Collector of Secrets: Sir Balthazar Gerbier (1592-1663) in cultural diplomacy and the arts, 4-5 June 2015.

Andrew Wyld Research Support Grants 

Ben Pollitt, for research on The Drawings and Watercolours of Kamchatka by John Webber.

Marrikka Trotter, for research on Creative Landscapes: Geology and Architecture in Robert Adam’s Late Watercolours. 

Barns-Graham Research Support Grant 

Beth Williamson, for research on America in the Borders: William Johnstone’s Landscape Painting.