Annual Curatorial Fellowship
The Curatorial Fellowship is designed to deepen students’ understanding of the intellectual and practical tasks of curation in a museum setting. It has provided students with hands on experience and highly valuable skills in the job market.
Beginning in 2015 the UMCA invites Studio Arts graduate students to collaborate with their Art History peers through participation in the Curatorial Fellowship exhibition. Working together on a collaborative exhibition project opens a breadth of possibilities for Art History and Studio Arts graduate students and provides a greater range of potential careers after school.
The following are links to the past eight Curatorial Fellowship exhibitions:
2018:Color in Containment
2018: 5 Takes on African Art / 42 Flags by Fred Wilson
2016: Eyes are For Asking
2015: Body Politic: The Anatomy of the Grotesque
2014: Fractured: The Modern Nude
2013: Shaping the View
2012: The Domestic Sphere Goes Pop
2009: The Minox and The Big Shot: Andy Warhol
2008: The Unexpected Encounters of Looking Again
2007: What Is Love
2006: Word and Image