The Clay Lancaster Scholarship for Senior Gaines Fellows
Each year one Senior Fellow may be awarded the Clay Lancaster Scholarship on the basis of his or her thesis topic. For the Fellow to be eligible, his or her thesis must be germane to one of the many fields in which Clay Lancaster, author, artist, and Kentucky’s preeminent architectural historian studied and worked. Areas of focus include architecture, architectural history and preservation, Kentucky heritage, artists and art forms, Asian art, Eastern thought, East-West dialogue, children’s literature, criticism, and the fantastical.
In addition to the scholarship stipend, Lancaster Scholars receive a certificate hand-printed by Paul Holbrook of the M. I. King Press (and member of the Warwick Foundation), and the year-long use of Clay Lancaster’s reference library and the facilities at Warwick estate for retreat and thesis writing.
Warwick is a unique compound of historic and architecturally important structures, and over 200 acres of unspoiled nature preserve in Salvisa, Kentucky. The Warwick Foundation maintains the property to perpetuate and promote the legacy of Clay Lancaster through education, preservation, and facilitation of cross-cultural understanding. Each fall, Paul Holbrook hosts the Gaines Fellows for a tour of Warwick and vegetarian lunch or tea-time snack, in keeping with Clay Lancaster’s own practice.
The economics of architecture: Antoni Gaudí’s La Sagrada Familia, Park Güell, and Casa Milá
Inheritance/Entanglements: Zen, Non-representational Theory, and Writing Personal Embodied Knowledge
An Architectural History of the Papal Library in the 15th Century
The Depth of Superficial(ity): An Antithesis to a Treatise
The Many Faces of the Kentucky Horse Barn
Suzuki and Eckhart: Meditations on Comparative Religion
Voices of Home in Bluegrass-Aspendale: Constructing the Ideal
The Stone Wall as Reinterpreted in Central Kentucky’s Contemporary Landscape
Constructing Community: An Exhibition of the Voice of Goodloetown
The Noise in the Room
nun creature artist disease spaceman: a romance in five lamentations