The Powerhouse Research Fellowship Program provides a supportive environment for researchers to undertake research related to the Museum’s collection, education, conservations and museum practice.
Applicants are required to have a PhD, experience working in a research environment (for examples, a university, a museum), and a scholarly and/or creative practice track record.
The Museum is seeking participants with proposals that address the Museum’s four strategic ambitions: curiosity, creativity, collaboration & sustainability, in addition to one of the key research areas:
agriculture and food; architecture and built environment; Asian and Pacific arts and culture; biotechnologies; computation and digital technologies; decorative arts and design; energy and climate science; engineering; fashion and dress; First Nations; health, medicine and wellbeing; mathematics and measurement; media and communication technologies; music, sound and performance; physical sciences; product and digital design; social history; space and astronomy; transport; visual communication
To apply please visit: maas.museum.com
Image: Standard Stars by Dr Anna Madeleine Raupach, Powerhouse Museum Research Fellow 2019-2020