The Glucksman > Nicholas Fox Weber Curatorial Residencies (Ireland)
The Glucksman – a multiform art space connected to University College Cork – is inviting applications for curatorial residencies that will take place in September 2020 and June 2021 in Cork, Ireland. The residencies are named in honour of the cultural historian, curator and writer, Dr Nicholas Fox Weber, who is the Executive Director of the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation and an honorary graduate of University College Cork.
The NFW Curatorial Residency programme allows curators based outside of Ireland to undertake research within the artistic and academic context of the GLUCKSMAN, UCC, as well as to enable wider engagement with cultural networks in the Cork region. It is aimed at curators who have little or no experience of the Irish art scene and who wish to develop their knowledge of Irish art in the context of their current research and curatorial practice.
Each residency provides accommodation for two weeks in Cork, a stipend of 1500 euro and a further 1000 euro to support travel costs to and from Cork. Successful candidates will be given a curatorial studio for the two-week period in the Glucksman for their research project.
Deadline: 28 February 2020