CURATORIAL FELLOWSHIP FOR AMERICAN CURATORS
THE CALL FOR APPLICATIONS IS OPEN.
Etant donnés offers grants to American curators wishing to conduct research on the French art scene. These grants are intended to expand the opportunities of American curators, to encourage in-depth explorations of French cultural resources, and to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and knowledge among artists, professionals, researchers, and institutions.
Candidates are encouraged to connect with art professionals and other researchers as well as with institutions, universities, art schools, or private and public archives in preparation for future exhibitions or collaborations.
Artistic field: VISUAL ARTS
The candidates must:
There is no age limit to participate.
If needed, Villa Albertine, in collaboration with the Institut Français – Paris can facilitate the research by providing tailored advice, access to resources, and contacts with the right professional networks in France.
Priority will be given to curatorial fellowships planning to present the result of the research in one way or another in the U.S. via an exhibition, publication, talk, lecture, screening, performance, etc.
Applicants affiliated to institutions must obtain authorization from their institution to travel for the proposed research.
The grant is intended to contribute to covering the costs of transportation, lodging, per diems, insurance, and any costs related to the research trip.
Maximum grant amount for each Curatorial Fellowship: $3,000.
Applicants must provide:
THE CALL FOR APPLICATIONS IS OPEN
Applications due: Rolling deadline throughout the year
Olivier Le Falher
Program Officer, Visual Arts, Design, Architecture