6 Jul 2010
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Creative New Zealand in association with Asia New Zealand Foundation will support up to three curators to visit Korea and China from around October 17-November 5, 2010 (exact dates to be confirmed).
China and Korea are both at the cutting edge of the global contemporary art scene. Three New Zealand curators will be selected to visit leading art museums, galleries, biennales and art spaces in China and Korea to build their professional networks and explore possible future collaborations and artist exchanges.
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE 2010 CURATOR TOUR?
The tour has been organised to coincide with the 8th Gwangju Biennial (September 3-November 7), the Busan Biennale (September 11-November 20) and the 8th Shanghai Biennial (October 23- February 28).
Participating curators can:
The purpose of the 2010 Curator Tour is to assist curators to:
Participating curators will have the opportunity to give a short presentation on their institution and its perspective on contemporary New Zealand/Pacific art at one or more arts institutions during the trip. They will also be expected to disseminate and share information on their return to New Zealand.
Selected curators will receive a grant of up to NZ$7000 towards airfares, accommodation, per diems and ground transport. Those selected may need to contribute a modest additional amount to cover all costs.
WHO CAN APPLY?
To apply, curators must:
HOW DO I APPLY?
YOUR APPLICATION SHOULD INCLUDE