The Alice Stone Ilchman Fund
Started in 2008, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection internship program offers a scholarship dedicated to the late Alice Stone Ilchman, former director of the Jeanette K. Watson Fellowship. Alice Ilchman was a much valued supporter of the internship program who over the years supported and helped countless young people, supervising them in their professional development. Thanks to a generous contribution from the Ilchman family, one outstanding international student intern each year is selected for the Alice Stone Ilchman Scholarship.
The scholarship enables a young student of art, art history or museum studies to participate for three months in the operations and educational programs of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, with a stipend of € 850 per month.
Please note that interns eligible for the Alice Stone Ilchman Fund are selected from amongst the accepted applicants of the Internship Program. Applicants do not apply for this fund directly.