Library of Congress Hosts New Fellowship to Recognize Women Architects
February 15, 2007
The Library of Congress is hosting a new fellowship, beginning this spring, to highlight the work of women architects represented in its collections. The $5,000 fellowship is meant to create a guide to the library’s holdings in this area. It will be administered by the Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation, a New York-based group that advances the study of women’s contributions to architecture. Applications for the fellowship are due March 15. More information is available on the foundation’s Web site, www.bwaf.org.