The programme is created by the members of the EUNIC-cluster in Moscow – 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 while working in leading European cultural institutions. The applicants will be given a chance to undertake internships in one of five countries, to see how the leading galleries and museums work, to collaborate with local curators and to develop their own independent curatorial projects.
The programme is designed for young curators who already have experience in the field of contemporary art. For the past two years 16 young 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 and Liverpool Biennial.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE?
Curators for the internship will be selected by competition.