With the support of the Emily H. Tremaine Foundation, Hyperallergic is offering five monthlong journalism fellowships for curators that each include a grant of $5,000.
“No other scholar has contributed as much to the study of California art,” says critic and curator Michael Duncan.
Eight artists, curators (and yes, even a meme account) weigh in on the benefits of screen-sharing, PDFs, and even personalized Zoom backgrounds
The appointment of Patricia Marroquin Norby is a historic milestone for the museum, which decided to display Indigenous art in its American Wing for the first time in 2017.
The Kinkade Family Foundation grants will award up to $5,000 for “unexpected emergencies related to the COVID-19 epidemic.”
A new interview series spotlighting some of the great work coming out of Los Angeles. Hear directly from artists, curators, and art workers about their current projects and personal quirks.
Curators Jaishri Abichandani and Natasha Becker unpack Perilous Bodies, Radical Love, and the upcoming Utopian Imagination exhibitions — three exhibitions that formed one series for the Ford Foundation Gallery’s inaugural year.
Over 660 arts professionals have added to a spreadsheet detailing their salaries. The pay for these prestigious positions may be lower than you expect.
Nine curators share their favorite wall colors — a decision that constructs a sensibility for an exhibition, echoing around the artworks on view.
Thoughts on why curatorial effort isn’t always acknowledged by museums and the press.
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and the Detroit Institute of Art (DIA) have made an unusual announcement. Kansas City’s Nelson-Atkins will be purchasing 25% of the curator Nii Quarcoopome’s time from the DIA.
A curator’s job isn’t just to shuffle some art around in a gallery space. In many ways, curators are the glue that hold artistic communities together, by organizing group events, serving as hubs of communication and connecting people and groups on local, national and international levels. In this Curator Diary, Jason Andrew does a lot of visiting, a lot of lunching and a lot of talking. It’s all a part of the gig.