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The Barakat Trust giving Grants to promote and preserve Artistic Culture and Heritage

The Barakat Trust Giving Grants To Promote And Preserve Artistic Culture And Heritage

The Barakat Trust giving Grants to promote and preserve Artistic Culture and Heritage

Deadline: 31-Mar-21

The Barakat Trust has announced 2021 Grant Programme to support and promote the study and preservation of Islamic art, heritage, architecture and culture for future generations.

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The Barakat Trust was founded as a UK charity in 1987 and operates for educational and heritage purposes focusing on the heritage of the Islamic world. They provide scholarships and grants for study and research projects at the world’s most respected academic and cultural institutions at post-graduate and post-doctoral level. They support conservation and documentation work, travel for research and education, training programmes, including the training of conservation professionals and curators.

The Barakat Trust awards are open to applicants worldwide in the fields of:

research into the history of the art and architecture, and the archaeology and material culture of Islamic societies, including archaeological and other fieldwork, and research trips;
the conservation, preservation, restoration, and presentation to the public of artefacts, buildings and archaeological sites produced by Islamic societies;
the work of libraries, museums and other public collections in the conservation, documentation, and presentation of artefacts and manuscripts produced by Islamic societies in their broadest sense, including the digitisation of archives and collections, and the training of conservation and curatorial staff;
the organisation of events intended to further research in the history of the art, architecture, archaeology, and material culture of Islamic societies, including colloquia and conferences, lectures, seminars and workshops, exhibitions, and attendance at such events;
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Barakat International Studentship
One scholarship of up to £20,000 to a Muslim student from the Islamic world who has already been accepted on a taught Masters courses in a subject relevant to the study of Islamic art, architecture, archaeology and material culture.
Barakat Postgraduate Student & Early Career Award
Postgraduate students, early career professionals, and early career scholars who were awarded a doctorate after 30 June 2015, may apply for grants with an upper limit of £1,500 towards the costs of travel for fieldwork, research and study relating to:
the history of the art, architecture and material culture of the Islamic world before circa 1920 CE;
the archaeological investigation of Islamic world;
the conservation of artefacts, buildings and material culture produced in or for the Islamic world before circa 1920 CE ;
libraries, museums and other public institutions exhibiting the art and material culture of the Islamic world before circa 1920 CE;
education and training associated with (1) to (4) above;
conferences, exhibitions and publications associated with (1) to (4) above.
Barakat Major Awards Including Conservation and Conservation Training
Established scholars attached to research institutions, curators, and heritage professionals may apply for awards with an upper limit of £10,000 for fieldwork, research, study, exhibitions, conservation and documentation projects, and training of professionals in fields associated with history, heritage, conservation and archaeology relating to:
the history of the art, architecture and material culture of the Islamic world before circa 1920 CE;
the archaeological investigation of Islamic world;
the conservation of artefacts, buildings and material culture produced in or for the Islamic world before circa 1920 CE ;
libraries, museums and other public institutions exhibiting the art and material culture of the Islamic world before circa 1920 CE;
education and training associated with (1) to (4) above;
conferences, exhibitions and publications associated with (1) to (4) above.
Barakat Publication Grants
Grants with an upper limit of £6,000 towards the costs of a major publication on the history of the art, architecture and material culture of the Islamic world before circa 1920 CE, the archaeological investigation of Islamic world, and the conservation of artefacts, buildings and material culture produced in or for the Islamic world before circa 1920 CE.
Barakat Digitisation Grants
One grant of up to £10,000 towards the costs of making available online data or images relating to any major collection representing the history of the art, architecture and material culture of the Islamic world before circa 1920 CE, the archaeological investigation of the Islamic world, and the conservation of artefacts, buildings and material culture produced in or for the Islamic world before circa 1920 CE. Institutions which raise matching funds may receive priority. Successful applicants must undertake: (1) to adhere to the standards of digitisation agreed with The Barakat Trust; (2) to store all data with a cloud storage provider approved by The Barakat Trust (3) to make the digitised data freely available over the web, save only that, with the agreement of The Barakat Trust, the institution shall be entitled to publish low resolution and/or watermarked images of artefacts, and to levy reasonable charges for the supply of high resolution images and for the reproduction of images.
Eligibility Criteria

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The Trust funds individual and institutional efforts to promote and preserve artistic culture and heritage related to the Islamic world. While they have a long track record of supporting projects and initiatives driven by individuals, including but not limited to research trips, publications, and training opportunities, individuals applying for grants from The Barakat Trust need to identify an institution to which grant monies can be transferred on their behalf. They cannot make transfers to personal bank accounts, but are strongly committed to the support of individual professional development and projects led by individuals.
Institutions to which they can transfer funds include:
Registered Charities
Registered Community Interest Companies
Registered Charitable Incorporated Organisations
Social enterprises
Education Institution including Universities
Museums, Libraries and Archives
Companies
For more information, visit https://barakat.org/grants/

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