Application

Historic Landscape Research Fellowships   Apply by March 20

Applications due by 12:00pm on Monday, March 20, 2017. All supporting documents for the application, including letters of reference, transcript and portfolio must be received by the deadline. Final selections are made and the Fellows are notified by April 1.

 Complete the application online

Please call Rieley & Associates at 434-296-9715 or email cl@rieleyandassociates.com if you experience any trouble with submitting the online application or uploading documents.

Who Should Apply?

Qualified graduate students enrolled in an accredited landscape architecture or equivalent program such as landscape or architectural history, archaeology, historic preservation, or horticulture.

Selection Process

The Research Fellowship Committee consisting of members of the Garden Club of Virginia, professional landscape architects, practitioners in the field of horticulture and historic preservation, and educators, selects the sites and reviews the applications.

Sally Guy Brown
The Garden Club of Alexandria
Alexandria, VA

Candy Crosby
Albemarle Garden Club
Charlottesville, VA

Staci Catron
Director, Cherokee Garden Library
Atlanta History Center
Atlanta, GA

Gordon W. Chappell
Landscape Architect
Williamsburg, VA

Peter J. Hatch
Gardener, Historian
Charlottesville, VA

Karen Kennedy
Landscape Architect, Rieley and Associates
2009 William D. Rieley Fellow
Charlottesville, VA

Connie Liou
Rieley and Associates
Charlottesville, VA

Calder Loth
Senior Architectural Historian
Virginia Department of Historic Resources
Richmond, VA

Nicholas M. Luccketti
Principal Investigator & Archeologist
James River Institute for Archaeology, Inc.
Williamsburg, VA

Mary Wynn McDaniel
The Rappahannock Valley Garden Club
Fredericksburg, VA

Nina Mustard
The Williamsburg Garden Club
Garden Club of Virginia President
Williamsburg, VA

Judy Perry, Chairman
The Elizabeth River Garden Club
Portsmouth, VA

William D. Rieley
Landscape Architect for the Garden Club of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA

Dianne Spence
The Williamsburg Garden Club
Chairman of the GCV Restoration Committee
Williamsburg, VA