Don’t miss this opportunity for young people interested in a future as curators!
Applications for the Young Curators programme close one week from today!
If you’re 18-24 and interested in a career as a curator, or elsewhere in the heritage sector, don’t miss this fantastic opportunity.
- 2 years ago
The National Trust is offering an exciting new opportunity for young people with an interest in programming and curating within a heritage context.
As part of the Garden of Reason exhibition launching in April 2012, the Young Curators Programme will take twelve 18-24 year olds through all stages of programming, commissioning, marketing and producing a cultural event. A week of intensive learning, research and talks with regular follow-up sessions will culminate in a live event programmed and managed by the group as part of the Garden of Reason exhibition at its Ham House property in Richmond.
The Garden of Reason will see nine contemporary artists creating new work to be installed in the gardens at Ham, celebrating 400 years of heritage.
Submit a cover letter explaining why you would like to take part in the programme along with a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12pm March 2nd.
There are a maximum of 12 places in the programme, therefore all applicants must be available to attend a group interview on Saturday March 17th (half day).