Julie L. Sloan

Grants & Awards

For Projects

2015, Boston Preservation Alliance, for All Saints’ Ashmont, Dorchester, MA, with John G. Waite, Architects.

2011, Preservation Achievement Award, Boston Preservation Alliance, for Tiffany stained glass window restoration, Theodore Parker Church, West Roxbury, MA.

2007, Historic Preservation Award, State of New Jersey, for Newark (NJ) City Hall; award to the project team, headed by Farewell Mills Gatsch Architects.

2006, Preservation Achievement Award, Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia, for Congregation Rodef Shalom; awarded to Design Team

2006, Honor Award for Excellence in Architecture, American Institute of Architects, New Jersey Chapter, for Essex County Courthouse, Newark, NJ; awarded to Design Team

2005, New Jersey Historic Sites Council, for Essex County Courthouse, Newark, NY; awarded to Design Team.

2004, Lucy G. Moses Award, New York Landmarks Conservancy, for Brooklyn Historical Society; awarded to Design Team.

2002, Preservation Award, City of Cambridge, and Cambridge Historical Commission, for St. John's Chapel, Episcopal Divinity School, Cambridge, MA.

2002, New Jersey Historic Preservation Award, Princeton University Chapel; awarded to Design Team.

2001, Award for Outstanding Commitment to the Preservation and Care of Collections, given to Judson Memorial Church by the American Institute for Conservation and Heritage Preservation.

1998, Award for Excellence from Historic Boston Inc., for restoration of Theodore Parker Unitarian Church, West Roxbury, MA.

1997, Lucy G. Moses Award, New York Landmarks Conservancy, awarded to Cabrera-Barricklo Architects for New York City Hall Rotunda

1996, Citations of Merit from AIA New Jersey and the New Jersey Society of Architects, New Jersey State House.

1989, Art Commission of the City of New York, Award for Excellence in Design, Manhattan Supreme Court

For Research

2004-2005, The Arts & Crafts Research Fund, for Prairie School Stained Glass.

1998, Samuel H. Kress Foundation travel grant to present paper at the Scottish Society for Restoration and Conservation, May.

1995, Certificate of Merit, Metropolitan Chapter, Victorian Society of America, for "Conservation of Stained Glass in America"

1994-1995, Samuel H. Kress Foundation grant to arrange national conference on stained glass conservation in America

1994-1995, James Marston Fitch Foundation Mid-Career Grant for research on 19th century stained glass materials

1994, National Endowment for the Arts, grant for photography and study of stained glass windows by John La Farge

1989, National Endowment for the Arts, grant for photography and research for "Light Screens: The Leaded Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright"

1987, Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, grant for research for "Light Screens: The Leaded Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright"

1982, William Kinne Postgraduate Traveling Fellowship, School of Architecture, Columbia University, grant for study tour of stained glass restoration workshops in Great Britain