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Three Curatorial Fellowship Opportunities generously supported by Arts Council England

11 April 2013 By

We are currently inviting applications for the following three roles:

The Curatorial Fellow (East Coast). Hosted by Ferens Art Gallery, Hull
The fellow will focus on the role of art schools as sites of making and production (recognising their particular relationships to past industries)
Display at Whitechapel Gallery: 10 December 2013 – 9 March 2014
Tour Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art: March – June 2014
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The Curatorial Fellow (Midlands). Hosted by Wolverhampton Art Gallery
The fellow will focus on the positioning of particular works of art and the debates and discourses that have surrounded their perceived and actual value
Display at Whitechapel Gallery, 20 March – 1 June 2014
Tour Rugby Art Gallery & Muesum: June – August 2014
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The Curatorial Fellow (South). Hosted by Brighton Museum & Art Gallery
The fellow will focus on the role of individuals in creating vision for particular collections.
Display at Whitechapel Gallery 12 June – 6 September 2014.
Tour Towner (Eastbourne): September – December 2014
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Bursary: £10,000
Timeframe: Fellows to research with collections – June to September 2013
In addition to the research period the fellows will be involved in the installation at Whitechapel Gallery and will contribute to the public programme at the Contemporary Art Society and Whitechapel Gallery during the display. An additional fee is available for their involvement in the tour.

Deadline: Applications should be submitted by 5pm on 3 May 2013 by email to: lucy@contemporaryartsociety.org

Interviews: 14 and 15 May at the Contemporary Art Society

For further information please contact Lucy Bayley on lucy@contemporaryartsociety.org

These fellowships follow our successful Pilot scheme in the North West and are generously supported by Arts Council England.