Recent College of Fine Arts graduate receives Andrew W. Mellon fellowship
Kyler Michael Brahmer, a recent graduate from the College of Fine Arts, has received an Andrew W. Mellon fellowship for a summer workshop at UCLA.
Funded by a generous grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the UCLA/Getty Graduate Program in the Conservation of Archaeological and Ethnographic Materials will offer summer opportunities for students and recent graduates who are currently underrepresented in conservation. Kyler, with up to fifteen students will participate in a weeklong summer workshop designed to introduce them to conservation and other museum collections work through tours, activities, and presentations at the Getty Villa conservation labs and regional museums.
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