The Preservation Society of Charleston is pleased to announce the Sallie E. Simons Scholarship to attend the annual Charleston Heritage Symposium. The 2022 Symposium will be held March 11, 12, and 13th. It is the 10th Anniversary of the Charleston Heritage Symposium! This year's theme is Celebrating Charleston and Voyages of Discovery.
The Sallie E. Simons Scholarship will underwrite registration, along with a stipend of $350, for a current student in the field of historic preservation, art history, history, museum studies, decorative arts, or a related field. Applicants should express why this experience in Charleston will enrich their academic experience.
Please submit a cover letter of no more than 300 words, a curriculum vitae and letter of recommendation to Pat Prioleau, no later than January 15th, 2022 via e-mail: email@example.com.
For questions, call (843) 722-4630, ext. 21.
Founded in 1920, the mission of the Preservation Society of Charleston is to inspire the involvement of all who dwell in the Lowcountry to honor and respect our material and cultural heritage. Membership in the Preservation Society is open to everyone.
Charleston Heritage Symposium was established in 2012 by an all-volunteer board of decorative arts and cultural heritage enthusiasts. Limited to 80 patrons, the Symposium offers a delightful weekend with outstanding scholars in this historic South Carolina seaport renowned for its landmark buildings, magnificent houses and gracious hospitality.
Sallie Enders Simons (1927-2012) was a great supporter of historic preservation and the arts in Charleston. She attended Ashley Hall School in Charleston and graduated from St. Catherine’s School in Richmond,Virginia, after which she studied at Parsons School for Design in New York. She was a member of the Preservation Society of Charleston, The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of South Carolina, The Huguenot Society of South Carolina, and the Board of the Charleston Heritage Symposium. She was a passionate advocate for preservation, as well as an accomplished artist with a large portfolio of watercolors. Along with her wonderful sense of humor, she is remembered for a strong sense of history and community.