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4th Call: Mobility Grants (2021)

 

After the cancellation of the 3rd call in 2020 due to the COVID 19, the Network of European Royal Residences launched the 4th call of Mobility Grant Program.

In 2021, 15 grants of maximum 1,000 euros are granted to professionals working in member residences.

To adapt to the consequences of the Covid and the cancellation of the 3rd call thanks to note that this edition was open to:
* The applicants of the 3rd call (2020). The complete applications of the 3rd call will be accepted under conditions
* The new applicants (people who not applied in 2020)

 

🏅 The winners are :

  • Danilo Forleo (Palace of Versailles): mobility at the Prince’s Palace of Monaco
  • Katrin Schröder (Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg): mobility at the Palace of Miramare
  • Oriane Sarda (Palace of Versailles): mobility at the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg
  • Ekaterina Bulgakova (Moscow Kremlin Museums): mobility at the Palace of Versailles
  • Jorg Heide (Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg): mobility at the Palace of Schönbrunn
  • Marcin Mazur (Royal Castle in Warsaw): mobility at the Moscow Kremlin Museums
  • Wolfgang Handl (Palace of Schönbrunn) : mobility at the State Palaces, Castles and Gardens of Saxony
  • Tatiana Yakovleva (Peterhof State Museum-Reserve): mobility at the Palace of Versailles
  • Julia Rusova (Moscow Kremlin Museums): mobility at the Museum of King Jan III’s Palace at Wilanów
  • Marta Smolinska  (Royal Castle in Warsaw): mobility at the Palace of Versailles
  • Daniel Fitzenreiter (Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg): mobility at the Parques de Sintra-Monte da Lua
  • Marion Hugues-Andrieu (Palace of Versailles) : mobility at the Peterhof State Museum-Reserve
  • Elzbieta Ofat (Royal Castle in Warsaw): mobility at the Palace of Versailles

 

📘 Discover soon the report of the 15 winners of the 1st edition of Mobility Grants!

 

As each year, each application has been evaluated by a steering committee on 3 Assessment criteria:

  • Quality and pertinence of the mission
  • Motivation
  • Adequacy between the candidate’s job and the mission

The jury of this year is composed of:

  • Ms. Elzbieta Grygiel, Communication Department Manager / Museum of King Jan III’s Palace at Wilanów, Poland
  • Ms. Gabriele Horn, General Direction / Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg, Germany
  • Mr Tamas Ujvary, General Manager / Royal Palace of Gödöllö, Hungary