American Academy in Rome

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Mission

THE AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME SUPPORTS INNOVATIVE ARTISTS AND SCHOLARS LIVING AND WORKING TOGETHER IN A DYNAMIC INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY IN ROME.

Ruling year info

1926

Principal Officer

MARK ROBBINS

Main address

7 E 60th St

New York City, NY 10022 United States

EIN

13-1623881

NTEE code info

Scholarships, Student Financial Aid, Awards (B82)

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SOURCE: IRS Form 990

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Program 1

FELLOWSHIPS AND RESIDENCIES:THROUGH ITS ANNUAL ROME PRIZE FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM, THE ACADEMY SUPPORTED THIRTY INDIVIDUALS WORKING IN ARCHITECTURE, ANCIENT STUDIES, DESIGN, HISTORIC PRESERVATION AND CONSERVATION, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, LITERATURE, MEDIEVAL STUDIES, MODERN ITALIAN STUDIES, MUSICAL COMPOSITION, RENAISSANCE AND EARLY MODERN STUDIES, AND VISUAL ARTS. THE FELLOWSHIP WINNERS IN RESIDENCE AT THE ACADEMY PURSUE THEIR OWN INDEPENDENT PROJECTS FOR PERIODS OF 5 MONTHS TO 2 YEARS. IN ADDITION, THE ACADEMY COMMUNITY INCLUDED THIRTEEN RESIDENTS, WHO ARE EMINENT ARTISTS AND SCHOLARS WHO STAY AT THE ACADEMY FOR PERIODS UP TO 4 MONTHS, SIXTEEN AFFILIATED FELLOWS, SELECTED BY SPONSORING INSTITUTIONS, AND FOUR ITALIAN FELLOWS, SELECTED BY THE ACADEMY TO STAY AT THE ACADEMY FOR PERIODS OF 3 OR 4 MONTHS.

Expenses
$4,512,083
Revenue
$1,763,035

OTHER RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS:THE ACADEMY COMMUNITY INCLUDED 74 VISITING ARTISTS AND SCHOLARS WHO RENT ROOMS, APARTMENTS, STUDY SPACES, AND STUDIOS WHILE PURSUING THEIR RESEARCH IN ROME.

Expenses
$1,324,355
Revenue
$0

ARTHUR AND JANET C. ROSS LIBRARY:THE LIBRARY'S WIDE-RANGING CATALOGUE INCLUDES INVALUABLE COLLECTIONS IN HISTORY, ARCHAEOLOGY, AND THE ART OF ROME AND ITALY. IT INCLUDES AN EXTENSIVE PHOTOGRAPHIC ARCHIVE DOCUMENTING ROME'S MANY MONUMENTS AS WELL AS A COMPREHENSIVE RECORD OF THE WORK OF PAST ROME PRIZE FELLOWS, AND A SMALL BUT VARIED TEACHING COLLECTION OF ANTIQUITIES RANGING FROM STATUES AND INSCRIPTIONS TO POTTERY AND MILLSTONES. WITH OVER 167,000 HOLDINGS IN CLASSICAL STUDIES AND THE HISTORY OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE, THE LIBRARY IS WIDELY RESPECTED FOR ITS COLLECTIONS IN ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN ARCHAEOLOGY AND ART, GREEK AND LATIN LITERATURE, ANCIENT TOPOGRAPHY INCLUDING THE HISTORY OF THE CITY OF ROME, ANCIENT RELIGIONS, AS WELL AS RELATED FIELDS SUCH AS EPIGRAPHY, NUMISMATICS AND PAPYROLOGY. THE RARE BOOK COLLECTION CONSISTS CHIEFLY OF 16TH TO 18TH CENTURY IMPRINTS IN CLASSICAL STUDIES, ARCHAEOLOGY, ART, AND ARCHITECTURE, INCLUDING A SIZEABLE COLLECTION OF ROMAN GUIDEBOOKS AND EARLY ART TREATISES. FURTHER INCLUDED ARE TITLES IN CONTEMPORARY ART AND ARCHITECTURE, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, ITALIAN HISTORY AND LITERATURE, AMERICAN LITERATURE, HISTORICAL TRAVEL BOOKS, AND MUSIC. THE MAIN USERS OF THE LIBRARY ARE THE FELLOWS AND RESIDENTS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY, BUT READING PASSES ARE ALSO ISSUED TO ITALIAN SCHOLARS, QUALIFIED ROMAN RESIDENTS, AND VISITING ARTISTS AND SCHOLARS. THE LIBRARY COUNTS APPROXIMATELY 9,000 VISITS ANNUALLY.

Expenses
$1,187,209
Revenue
$0

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