If you are a curator or producer from the North of Scotland and work with contemporary art and artists, we’d love to hear from you.
Thanks to the generosity of The William Grant Foundation”:http://www.williamgrantfoundation.org.uk/, the Taisbean project can support a network of up to 10 curators/producers for a year-long programme of development events and visits to share expertise, strengthen collaboration and promote advocacy. Taisbean aims to support excellence in contemporary art and highlight innovative ways of working in communities.
Curatorial Leadership in Collections (CLiC) is a project which supports and develops curatorial ambition within Scotland’s collecting institutions.
We’re thrilled to announce the next phase of our Curatorial Leadership in Collections (CLiC project). The CLiC Connect and Activate Programme for 2020/21 has a particular focus on exploring how contemporary artists can work with museum collections to develop fresh perspectives and nurture diverse audiences.
SCAN and Engage Scotland want to encourage new voices in the visual arts community and provide them with more skills, confidence and knowledge. Mandate Go See Fund aims to ensure that a wider range of opinions and experiences are heard in policy developments in Scotland and across the UK.
Curatorial Studio is a unique learning programme that supports Scotland-based curators in the early stages of their career. Read on for more information about the programme and this year’s participants.
Scotland + Venice and Scottish Contemporary Art Network (SCAN) are looking for one Exhibition Assistant (for four weeks) and one Senior Exhibition Assistant (for ten weeks) to join the team taking part in the Scotland + Venice professional development programme (PDP), for the Venice Biennale between May and November 2019.