- At the spring 2014 meeting of the Centre’s Advisory Council the following Fellowships and Grants were awarded:
- Caroline Arscott, Courtauld Institute of Art, to prepare her book The Substantial Cosmos.
- Ann Compton, Independent Scholar, to prepare her book A Collective Art: the makers and methods of sculpture in Britain c.1851-1940.
- Anne Bush, University of Hawaii at Manoa, for research in Rome on A ‘Modern Means to Accurate Knowledge’: John Henry Parker’s Historical Photographs of Rome.
- Elizabeth Darling, Oxford Brookes University, for research on From Networks to Receivers: Material and Spatial Cultures of Broadcasting in inter-war England.
- Douglas Fordham, University of Virginia, for research on The World of British Art: Notes from the Field circa 1800.
- Martin Myrone, Tate, for research on Henry Perronet Briggs (1791-1844): The Moment of Eclecticism in British History Painting c.1811-1832.
- Jasmine Kilburn-Toppin,to prepare her book Crafting Artisanal Identities in Early Modern London: The Spatial, Material and Social Practices of Guild Communities, c.1560-1640.
- Arlene Leis, to prepare her book Sarah Sophia Banks: Femininity, Sociability and the Practice of Collecting in late Georgian England.
- Alexander Massouras, to prepare his book The Plaster Cast and the Reproduction of Culture in the Twentieth Century.
- Henry Miller, to prepare his book The Film Art Movement in Britain, 1917-1940.
- Arnika Schmidt, to prepare her book Nino Costa (1826-1903) and transnational exchange in 19th-century European landscape painting.
- Sylvie Simonds, to prepare her book A Countercultural Movement: Examining Carolee Schneemann's Kinetic Theatre between 1963-1970.
- Sarah Thomas, to prepare her book Witnessing Slavery: Travelling Artists in an Age of Abolition.
- Kara Fiedorek, to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis Priests of the Sun: Photography and Religious Thought, 1860-1910.
- Holly Shaffer, to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis ‘Men and gods, and things': Maratha Art and Moor's Hindu Pantheon (1810).
Educational Programme Grants
- Buckinghamshire New University, grant towards a symposium,11-12 April 2014: Primitive Renaissances: Northern European Art at the Fin de Siècle.
- Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi, grant towards a colloquium,7-11 July 2014: Corpus Vitrearum, XXVII International Colloquium.
- National Gallery, London, grant towards a symposium,28 Nov 2014: William Hazlitt's Art Criticism.
- Royal West of England Academy,grant towards a programme of art history lectures,May/June 2014: The Power of the Sea: lecture series.
- St Mary's University College, Strawberry Hill, grant towards a symposium,26 April 2014: Emblems and Enigma: The Heraldic Imagination.
Research Support Grants
- Eleanor Chan, for research in the United Kingdom and the United States on Aesthesis in post-Reformation England.
- John Cooper, for research in the United Kingdom on Imperial Balls: the Arts of Sex, War, and Dancing in India, England and the Caribbean, 1780-1870.
- Olexandra Dovzhyk, for research in Moscow on Reception of Aubrey Beardsley in Russia.
- Christiane Hille, for research in the United Kingdom on Work of Faith rather than Sense. Ostensorium of art, alchemy and Christian thought: The Elizabethan miniature.
- Holly James-Maddocks, for research in the United Kingdom on From Manuscript to Print: The Work of England's Illuminators in Incunables, c.1460-1500.
- Carla Mazzarelli, for research in the United Kingdom on A Jesuit art agent in eighteenth-century Rome: New researches on Father John Thorpe (1726-1792).
- Simon Pierse, for research in Australia on The Abbey Art Centre (1945-55): avant-garde meets primitive in New Barnet.
- Alexandra Quantrill, for research in the United Kingdom on Research, Technique, and Production in the Practice of Foster Associates, 1979-1986.
- Catherine Roach, for research in the United Kingdom on The British Institution: A History.
- Gemma Romain, for research in the United Kingdom and Jamaica on Patrick Nelson: politics, war and love in the life of a Jamaican migrant.
- Michael Snodin, for research in the United Kingdom and the United States on Designing British Silver.
- Irene Sunwoo, for research in the United Kingdom on The Architectural Association: A Continuing Experiment in Architectural Education.
- Miriam Volmert, for research in the United Kingdom and the United States on Memory in Motion: Concepts of Remembering and Forgetting in 18th-century Grand Tour Portraits.
- Katherine Wheeler, for research in the United Kingdom on Graphic Intercessors: Essays on the History of the Architectural Working Drawing.