Cubitt Curatorial Fellowship 2020-21
Applications are now open for the next Cubitt Curatorial Fellowship, a unique opportunity for research and curatorial experimentation in the field of visual arts, based on an 18-month residency. 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 Fellowship comprises an initial three-month research and fundraising period, during which the successful applicant develops their programme and funding strategy, in conversation with the Public Programme team and the Public Programmes Committee. The successful fellow will receive £25,000 pro-rata for 3.5 days/week with 3 days (Wed-Fri) minimum on site. To apply you must be educated to degree level and be out of formal education for at least 24 months, have experience of organising, producing and delivering exhibitions, events and talks, experience of fundraising and creative writing, for press and/or publications.
Expires: September 20, 2019
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