First Stern Fellows Conduct Research at Freer

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Summary

The Howard P. Stern Memorial Fund, created to honor the late director of the Freer Gallery of Art, supports its first research fellows. According to The Smithsonian Torch, the fund was set up "to increase understanding and appreciation of Japanese art." The first Stern fellows are Professor Kōji Nakamura of Nara Women's College in Japan, former curator of painting at the Kyoto National Museum, and Professor Eiichi Taguchi of the Tokyo College of Arts.

Subject

  • Stern, Harold P
  • Nakamura, Koji
  • Taguchi, Eiichi 1944-
  • Freer Gallery of Art
  • Howard P. Stern Memorial Fund Freer Gallery of Art

Category

Chronology of Smithsonian History

Notes

Bliss, Susan. "Freer Gallery: Regents' Fellow is S.I.'s First in Art History Studies." The Smithsonian Torch (October 1980): 2.

Contact information

Institutional History Division, Smithsonian Institution Archives, 600 Maryland Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20024-2520, SIHistory@si.edu

Date

1980

Topic

  • Art
  • Art museums
  • Scholarships
  • New Programs
  • Researcher
  • Museums
  • Research grants
  • College teachers
  • Art, Japanese
  • Museum curators
  • Art museum curators
  • Museum directors
  • Art museum directors

Place

  • Japan
  • Washington (D.C.)

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