FACT – Curator in Residence

Website: https://www.fact.co.uk/news/2021/09/open-call-curator-in-residence

The FACT Curator in Residence programme invites curators based in the UK to develop a major exhibition and a public programme of events that engage with their audiences. For this opportunity, they are seeking a curator to collaborate with them on their Radical Ancestry programme, which focuses on different notions of belonging. During the residency, the curator will work closely with FACT’s exhibitions, learning and marketing teams to develop their exhibition and public programme. The residency will allow for remote working but should include multiple extended stays in Liverpool during development, production, installation and the exhibition run. The curatorial approach can be from any practice or background, and should focus on imagining visionary futures that consider non-white, or global perspectives. The curator in residence will receive a fee of £7,500 plus a budget of £2,500 for travel and accommodation (including research trips).

Expires: October 24, 2021

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