Shrine to Hugh by Jasmine Crisp - Form and Feeling Exhibition curated by Gabrielle Lane

Curator in Residence

The Curator in Residence is part of Carclew’s Residency Program that provides artists with the chance to reside in a space where they can develop their artform, gain industry support and access opportunities to expand their professional networks. We also offer two Artist in Residence studios.

The Curator in Residence position is suitable for emerging arts professionals who are seeking mentoring and further experience in the curation and management of visual arts exhibitions.

The exhibitions aim to profile the work of South Australia’s young and emerging visual artists, and applicants for the Curator position should therefore have a good knowledge of the local contemporary visual arts arena. The curator is responsible for the artwork selection, coordination and smooth delivery of six exhibitions over a one-year period.

"Carclew's Curator in Residence Program has given me the opportunity for hands on experience in developing and delivering exhibitions in a unique space. During my time with Carclew I have had the privilege of working with some amazing young artists, which has been the highlight of my experience.  Above all though, through this program I have become confident in my own curatorial skills and ability to work autonomously."

 Gabrielle Lane, 2018 Carclew Curator in Residence

Applications for the 2019 Curator in Residence postiion are open now and close midnight Sunday 9 December.

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Read about Gabrielle and previous curators in residence here.

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Contact Details

Braidee Otto
botto@carclew.org.au
(08) 8267 5111

Key Dates

  • Dec 01
    Dec 09
    Carclew 2019 Curator in Residence applications

    Venue

    online application

    Description

    The Curator in Residence position is suitable for emerging arts professionals who are seeking mentoring and further experience in the curation and management of visual arts exhibitions.

    Time

    Midnight