Curatorial Curriculum, Grand Union
Call for applications

Grand Union’s Curatorial Curriculum is an alternative educational programme for emerging curators. It is an opportunity to be a participant in a series of intensive workshops to develop your practice with world-renowned specialists in the field.

The workshops will be held over four weekends annually, exploring forms of curatorial practice in relation to performance, publishing, activism and forms of resilience.

Sessions will be facilitated by a faculty of professionals from each respective field including Tom Clark, Övül Durmuşoğlu, Susan Gibb and Morgan Quaintance.

Fees and bursaries
The course fee is £250, which covers four sessions across 2017.

In partnership with Engine, Grand Union are offering four free places on the course for West Midlands-based curators.

Deadline: Sunday 5 March 2017
Apply here