2017 Session: September 11–22, 2017
The Foundation for Appraisal Education honors Wendell Garrett (1929-2012) who provided significant contributions to the education of appraisers at the Winterthur Museum. Wendell was a member of the Winterthur Program in Early American Culture Class of 1957. He was also the editor of The Magazine Antiques, a senior VP at Sotheby’s, and one of the original Antiques Roadshow appraisers. His historical perspective of all things antique was world renown.
The following Wendell Garrett scholarships are available (2016-2018) to graduate students and professionals with less than five year’s experience in the field, without a requirement for association with the appraisal field and may be found on Winterthur’s site.
- Winterthur Institute (2016-2018) – $1,000 per year.
- Furniture Conferences & Study Symposiums (2016-2018) $500 per year. Yearly alternating Conference and Study Symposium held in spring of each year.
- Ceramics Conferences & Study Symposiums (2017-2019) – $500 per year. Yearly alternating Conference and Study Symposium held in spring of each
As listed on the application form, scholarships are available for participation in Winterthur Institute. Graduate students and professionals who are new to fields related to the decorative arts and demonstrate financial need may be considered for these scholarship opportunities, including a grant in honor of Wendell D. Garrett through the generous support of the Foundation for Appraisal Education. Additional scholarship funding may also be found on the FAE website.
To learn more or to download an application, click here or call 800.448.3883.
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