Event:EUNIC ANNUAL INTERSHIP PROGRAMME FOR YOUNG RUSSIAN CURATORS 2016
Start: Tue, 15 March, 2016
End: Sat, 30 April, 2016
City: Moscow
Category: Education / Science / Language
 

This programme is created by the members of the EUNIC Russia – the Austrian Cultural Forum, the British Council, the Goethe-Institut, the Embassy of Sweden and Moscow French Institute

The aim of the programme is to help young Russian curators acquire experience, share their knowledge and create networks while working in leading European cultural institutions. For the past four years Russian curators have had experience of working in some of the most interesting and active European art institutions - Centre Pompidou-Metz, Kalmar konstmuseum, Turner Contemporary, Haus der Kunst, Liverpool Biennial, Modern Art Oxford, and Färgfabriken. After the internships curators develop their own independent curatorial projects, which are to be presented at the final event. The best project will be implemented with financial support from EUNIC (3000 EURO). 

Imagining the future is the topic for 2016’s EUNIC curatorial programme The participants are suggested to reflect on this topic and express their vision of the future in their projects. Projects can be devoted both to imagining the future in general as well as future`s certain aspects.

Partners 2016: WINZAWOD / MMOMA / BIENNALE 


How to participate? 
Curators for the internship will be selected by competition. 

  1. Download the application form 
  2. Submit applications to curatorialexchange@gmail.com by: 
    The subject of your letter should start with the country of your choice and include your name. (ex. Sweden, Koroleva Svetlana). 
  3. Based on applications received representatives of the EUNIC cluster in Moscow will produce a shortlist of applicants. 
  4. Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed by representatives of the hosting institutions (via skype) that will select curators for internships.   

‚ÄčThe internships will be held from May to August 2016.

More information about the programme

 
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