Launched in 2007, The Courtauld’s intensive 12-month MA Curating the Art Museum aims to extend and develop postgraduate students’ existing interests and expertise, and to equip them for a curatorial career in the art museum or gallery. The MA includes a rich and varied range of subjects and activities, and students engage in display exercises in London museums, working with practising curators. The year culminates with a public exhibition devised, organised and presented by the students themselves. An important element of the MA is the six-month, part-time individual internship which each student undertakes in a major London museum or gallery.
Past graduates have already progressed into a range of curatorial and managerial positions in a wide variety of institutions, including at Tate; The British Museum; The Wallace Collection; Historic Royal Palaces; Charleston, Sussex, UK; Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid; the Philadelphia Museum of Art; the Photographic Centre Northwest, Seattle; and commercial and non-profit galleries and agencies in New York, Berlin and London.
How can you help?
£70k+ per annum: support and name the MA in Curating course
£40k+ per annum: support and name the Head of Curating the Art Museum course
£5k+ per annum: support and name a scholarship for a student on the programme
25k+: All the above can be endowed in your name in perpetuity.
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Campaign Enquiries: +44 (0)20 7848 2056
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