C’mon, you know you have some great ideas for exhibitions—now’s your chance. New York’s CUE Art Foundation, a nonprofit presenting exhibitions and programs designed to foster the growth of up-and-coming artists, has extended its deadline for its Curatorial Project Open Call to July 15.
Every year, CUE gives one curator or curatorial team the necessary time and resources to realize an innovative project with the aim of encouraging curatorial research in tandem with exhibition planning. CUE provides institutional guidance and resources to the curator, who produces a group exhibition in CUE’s space with related public programming and an accompanying exhibition catalog.
The selected curator will receive mentor support, including a studio visit and installation guidance in preparation for the exhibition, and will be awarded a $2,500 unrestricted stipend and travel allowance; a budget of $2,500 to divide amongst the participating artists and program speakers; and a production budget.
A big time NYC show, a big time catalog, big time support, and a bit of money. For more information, go here. Give it a shot!
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