Cubitt Curatorial Fellowship 2018-19

Website: http://cubittartists.org.uk/home/opportunities/

The Cubitt Curatorial Fellowship –now in its 12th edition- is a unique opportunity for research and curatorial experimentation in the field of visual arts. The Fellowship provides an opportunity for learning and for professional development; the Fellow crucially delivers an individual perspective through a curatorial programme that sits in-between the artist-led and the institutional. Responding to the challenges and requirements of a small, independent organisation active on the London and international scene. The successful applicant will be awarded with £25,000 for the 18 month fellowship period.

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Expires: April 15, 2018


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