Curatorial Practice Award #2

Website: https://www.fvu.co.uk/projects/curatorial-practice-award-2

Returning for its second year, the Curatorial Practice Award is a call for entries for people from low-income backgrounds to support them to pursue curatorial careers in the arts. The winning applicant will work with FVU and an artist of their choosing to develop and deliver a new moving image work for exhibition on the Digital Array at John Hansard Gallery (JHG), and then develop a tour to subsequent venues. The winner will also receive a fee of £5000 and commissioning budget of £10,000 inclusive of a £4,000 fee to the chosen artist. You can be of any nationality to enter, but you must have the legal right to live and work in the UK for the duration of the year-long placement. Applications will not be accepted from people who are currently undertaking a full-time educational course.

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Expires: March 30, 2020


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