Beyond the Frame and Tactical Interventions

Website: http://newsevents.arts.ac.uk/51364/open-call-artists-curators-racially-culturally-diverse-backgrounds/

The International Curators Forum, in partnership with University of the Arts London, have launched two projects aimed at tackling the under-representation of people from racially and culturally diverse backgrounds in the arts. Applications are invited from UK-based artists, curators and facilitators from racially and culturally diverse backgrounds. Tactical Interventions is a 22-month professional-development project during which ten selected artists will receive mentoring from leading professionals in the arts and will showcase their work in a Diaspora Pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale. Beyond the Frame is a 22-month professional-development project for curators and facilitators aimed at tackling the under-representation of professionals from diverse backgrounds at senior levels within the visual arts.

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Expires: October 28, 2016


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