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Curatorial Studio - 2016 group named.
With our partners, SCAN invited applications from Scotland’s early-stage curators to take part in Curatorial Studio, an opportunity for emerging curators to take part in a supportive peer-learning group, be mentored by curatorial development programme Framework and contribute to an international event and talks programme.
We were delighted to receive 50 applications from a diverse group of practitioners based across the country. The level of application was high, which made selecting the final group of 15 incredibly difficult. A fundamental aspect of our selection criteria was to form a group that would be supportive and compliment a range of skills and interests. We are delighted to announce that the 2016 group as: Frances Davis, Gordon Douglas, Cicely Farrer, Rachel Grant, Marcus Jack, Grace Johnston, Maria Lanko, Gemma Lawrence, Emmie McLusky, Katherine Murphy, Rosie O’Grady, Frances Stacey, Shireen Taylor, Nick Thomas and Claire Walsh.
This project developed through a partnership between SCAN, the MLitt Curatorial Practice (Contemporary Art) programme; a partnership between The Glasgow School of Art and the University of Glasgow, the curator-led Framework programme and CCA Glasgow.