Crafts Council – Curatorial Fellowship

Website: https://www.craftscouncil.org.uk/opportunities/crafts-council-artisa-foundation-curator-fellowship

The Crafts Council and Artisa Foundation are looking for an individual or collective to become their first curatorial Fellow/s. The Fellowship will run from January to June 2020 and the Fellow will research and present an ambitious public output that will challenge perceptions about craft and making using the Crafts Council’s Collections as the starting point. They are looking for individuals with new perspectives, inquisitiveness and a resourceful, collaborative and inclusive mindset. The output could be object-based exhibition or something more alternative, but it will challenge, delight and connect to the public. Applicants must UK based and/or legally entitled to work in the UK for the full period of the Fellowship. This Fellowship is open to practicing curators, either individuals or affiliated with an institution, with demonstrable professional experience. The selected Fellow/s will receive £7,500 for the fellowship period to cover stipend and exhibition production budget.

Expires: November 4, 2019


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