Curatorial Intensive South Asia 2018 - call for applications
Call for Applications: Curatorial Intensive South Asia 2018. Curatorial Intensive South Asia (CISA), is a fellowship for emerging curators from South Asia. It offers a fully-funded 2-week educational programme in New Delhi for selected participants residing in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and other eligible South Asian countries. CISA is a initiative of Khoj International Artists’ Association and Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan.
It is a fully-funded fellowship programme in the field of curatorial practices relevant to South Asia in the visual arts. In its establishment, CISA intends to support creative thinking by building an institutional infrastructure in South Asia for making and exhibiting contemporary art. CISA is established as a tightly structured educational programme for emerging curators that aims to develop a diversity of perspectives on the medium of the exhibition. It aims to provide both a structured and an experimental inquiry into the preconditions and possibilities of curatorial practice today.
Deadline: 1 April, 2018
Submit applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
– Applicants residing in South Asia (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, India, Iran, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka) are eligible to apply.
– The language of instruction will be English
– 12 applicants will be selected.
– Applicants must have realised 2-4 curatorial projects.
– Applicants should have completed a course in the humanities (anthropology, art history, cultural studies, musicology, literature or other relevant fields.)
Successful applicants will be chosen by a jury. The course will be held in Delhi, India.
– A letter of motivation stating your personal drive as well as your expectations of the programme (maximum: 300 words).
– A curatorial proposal that will be developed during the course of the fellowship (maximum: 500 words).
– A CV, including relevant working experience and personal details (Maximum 2 pages).
– A portfolio of 2-4 curatorial projects; this can include texts, images, catalogues etc.
– 2 written references from (former) tutors, professors or employers.
All documents must be submitted in English.
The Fellowship includes:
A two‐week residential course in Delhi, India in July 2018 followed by an exhibition curated by the Fellows late in 2018. The modules will be led by a mix of Indian and international professional trainers, practitioners and academics, and will be supplemented with guest lectures by experts. Participation in the residential programme and the exhibition component is mandatory A completion certificate shall be granted only upon the successful realisation of both components.