Activity

  • Emerging Curators Institute collaborating fellows Adrienne Doyle and Gabby Coll are seeking visual artworks for a group exhibition grounded in the work of Burn Something Zine. The exhibition will open in March 2020. Submissions will be accepted through Friday, December 6th with notification to selected artists by Friday, December 13th. Burn Something Zine (2014-2016) was a submission-based, queer- and trans-inclusive media project that focused on amplifying the voices of women of color (WOC) a…
  • Free, registration is required, to register please visit: z.umn.edu/CuratingAsPractice Led by Minnesota art practitioners, this workshop will be dedicated to creative work that merges curatorial and art practices, discussing systems that support expanded concepts of art practice and the ethical implications of doing (or not doing) this work. The workshop will inspire artists and organizers in the Twin Cities to change conversations around valuing and validating artistic and curatorial work to …
  • Entrance and free parking lot located off of Wabash Ave This event is for anyone considering applying to the Emerging Curators Institute Fellowship Program who has questions about the program or the application process. The purpose of this event is to answer your questions. The event is entirely optional, you are not required to attend in order to apply to the fellowship. This event is free, registration NOT required. www.emergingcurators.org/events
  • The Emerging Curators Institute (ECI) is a new initiative designed to support the individual practices of Minnesota-based emerging curators from diverse backgrounds. The first of its kind in the region, the program aims to foster critical dialogue around curatorial practice and to provide professional development opportunities for Midwest-based emerging curators. Based in St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota, the program will offer funded fellowships to four emerging curators. Program Director, …
  • The Emerging Curators Institute (ECI) is a new initiative designed to support the individual practices of Minnesota-based emerging curators from diverse backgrounds. The first of its kind in the region, the program aims to foster critical dialogue around curatorial practice and to provide professional development opportunities for Midwest-based emerging curators. Based in St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota, the program will offer funded fellowships to four emerging curators. Program Director, …