Summer 2012 Study in The Hague, Netherlands
Apply by December 9, 2011
One exceptional MIT student will spend the summer of 2012 in The Hague, studying the Golden Age of Dutch and Flemish art and culture — with access to the Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis.
The six-month term as an MIT Palitz Fellow includes preparation during the spring semester, with a faculty supervisor, followed by a summer of study in The Hague. Areas of study can include any aspect of painting, history or culture in the Dutch and Flemish Golden Age, for example: history of science, horticulture or cartography; the art market, economic history; or the technologies of print making and book production.