Posted by Toby Huddlestone on 2012/4/25 10:26:00 (2711 reads)

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Crate offers an opportunity to develop an 18-month programme for its project spaces. The current recipient is Sacha Waldron and her programme SURVEY is underway.

The Curatorial Bursary is aimed at artists and curators who have previous experience of curating and coordinating projects and who are happy to self direct a programme and work independently. Crate is a small but ambitious organisation and the bursary recipients are asked to be aware of building and maintaining the infrastructure around the organisation, and Crate's sustainability into the future.

This is Crate’s third curatorial bursary. Matthew de Pulford's 'Bad Translation' programme ran through 2009-10, followed by Toby Huddlestone's 'Exhibition as Medium' programme, which started in 2011.

To find out more about Crate and its objectives, click here
For further information on the Crate Curatorial Bursary contact

The successful applicant for the bursary receives a £1000 fee to develop a programme proposal including funding applications, with Crate's support. The funding applications include a negotiable curator’s fee as part of the proposed budget. If the funding bids succeed the curator then deliver their programme.

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