• ISLAA funded student, Valeria Paz Moscoso

    ISLAA funded student, Valeria Paz Moscoso

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New ISLAA-Silberrad Masters Scholarships for Latin American Art

Posted: 15 April 2014 by ESCALA in News  

ESCALA is pleased to announce the availability of two scholarships for students taking a Masters in Art History and Theory in the School of Philosophy and Art History, University of Essex. These scholarships are available exclusively for students wishing to focus predominantly on art from Latin America for their Masters.

The scholarships for Latin American Art are available to UK, EU and International students embarking on the taught MA in Art History and Theory. The scholarships are worth £2500 and are supported by the Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) and the Silberrad Fund, a bequest from John Silberrad to the University of Essex for its 50th anniversary. If you wish to be considered for this scholarship you must first have applied and been accepted for a place and complete the SPAH Masters Scholarships application form.

For more information, including the terms and conditions and application form, please see the School of Philosophy and Art History Fees and Scholarships page.


  • Geo Global Foundation


    The Geo Global Foundation (GGF) is a US based nonprofit organization that works to support, foster and promote educational projects and initiatives focused on developing and enhancing human capital and culture. To accomplish these goals GGF has embarked on two educational initiatives: the Institute for Global Organizational Effectiveness (IGOE) and the Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA).  The mission and activities of each project are independent and they both share the purposes of advancing and supporting educational efforts with a focus on Latin America.

  • Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA)


    The Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) is an educational initiative of the Geo Global Foundation devoted to the support of advanced research in the field of Latin American Art Studies. ISLAA plays a relevant role in promoting Latin American art through its distinguished grants and support of lectures, conferences and publications. ISLAA facilitates grants to partnering universities and institutions which in turn award them to selected scholars, professionals and specific projects.

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