Curatorial Development Bursaries

Website: http://newartwestmidlands.co.uk/editorial/engine-curatorial-development-opportunities/

ENGINE is the professional development programme for artists and curators in West Midlands. They are currently offering two curatorial opportunities: a bursary of £2,000 to support an artist/curator to become a team member of the inaugural Coventry Biennial of Contemporary Art, and a bursary of £2,000 to support the research and development of a curatorial concept. The opportunities are available to arts professionals or artists/curators working independently. Applicants must live in the West Midlands region.

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Expires: June 23, 2017


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