Art360 Foundation – Curator in Residence
Art360 Foundation and International Curators Forum are seeking curators and researchers interested in engaging with and developing work around the archive of British-Caribbean artist Aubrey Williams. The aim of this opportunity is to encourage and facilitate new and dynamic readings to his work and practice through an active engagement with the personal documents and items held there and develop a new strand of research and analysis. Whilst social isolation measures are in place due to Covid-19, preliminary research can be undertaken remotely. There is a Curatorial/research fee of £2,000 for work over an 8-month timeframe, travel fee up to £200, desk space at Art360 Foundation and professional and project development support through ICF.This opportunity is open to emerging and mid-career curators and researchers based in the UK. They particularly want to address the imbalances in representation within the sector; and will prioritise applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic people, those who identify as Deaf/Disabled and/or LGBTQI.
Expires: June 15, 2020
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