POSITION> Curatorial Fellow in East Asian Art, Harvard Art Museums

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The Curatorial Fellowship Program at the Harvard Art Museums is designed to broaden the experience of scholars embarking on professional careers in art history who are considering the museum profession. 

The Division of Asian and Mediterranean Art is responsible for over 60,000 works spanning more than 7,000 years. Strengths of the collection include ancient Chinese bronze vessels, jades, and ceramics; Buddhist sculptures, wall paintings, and texts; Korea ceramics; and Chinese, Korean, and Japanese paintings and calligraphy.

For details see https://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=61387

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Keywords: Art, East Asia