Here’s an opportunity for a Curatorial Residency at the University of Virginia, but not much time left to submit an application.
We are excited to announce this new Curatorial Residency at Kluge-Ruhe. Please circulate widely! We will also be posting on social media tomorrow.
Residential Fellowship for First Nations Australian Curator 2023-24 Academic Year
In partnership with the Australia Council, the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of the University of Virginia seeks applications for a new program intended to increase First Nations participation in the Museum’s exhibitions and program. Kluge-Ruhe is the only museum dedicated to First Nations Australian art in the USA.
- This opportunity is a residential fellowship in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA.
- It is divided into two residential periods (August – December 2023; February – March 2024) with a holiday break in December – January.
- The primary responsibility is to curate an exhibition of 60-70 limited edition prints by First Nations Australian artists drawn from the Basil Hall Collection at Kluge-Ruhe.
- The fellow will work collaboratively with Kluge-Ruhe’s staff on all aspects of the exhibition and associated programs.
- A stipend of up to $60,000 AUD will be paid to the fellow. Travel, accommodation, vehicle rental, medical insurance and a research and travel budget of up to $5,000 AUD for professional development are also provided.
TO LEARN MORE AND APPLY
Read more about this opportunity and apply online by submitting 1) a current resume or CV and 2) a cover letter explaining your interest and qualifications.
Applications are due March 28, 2023.