Education / Open Call

Art curators on call!

Two thrilling opportunities for art curators are on sight. Deadlines 15th and 28th Feb. Hurry up! They are worth consideration:



Apexart Franchise Open Call Program

APPLICATION DUE: 28th. February

apexart has opened its 8th annual Franchise Program, a call for exhibition proposals from anyone to be presented anywhere except New York City. No prior curatorial experience necessary.

  • Submit your proposal for an idea-driven, group exhibition to be presented anywhere in the world – outside of New York City.
  • Submission are 500 words outlining your idea, where it will take place, and why the idea and location are connected.

apexart accepts:

• Proposals for an idea-driven, group exhibition for anywhere except NYC

• Proposals are a maximum of 500 words. No images or links accepted.

• Winners selected by a jury of over 100 creative professionals using apexart’s online anonymized crowd-source voting system

4 winners will receive a budget of $8,000, a curatorial honorarium, and administrative support to present their idea as an apexart Franchise Exhibition

To submit starting February 1. More info and submission details under:




Curatorial Program – Innovators Grant by NODE Center Berlin

APPLICATION DUE: 15th. Feb 2015

A two-month long program to develop experimental learning methods in fields outside of art.

Node Center is an art organization focused on curatorial practice. We work to expand and challenge the current limits of art and curation to stimulate different ways of approaching these practices. Through our Curatorial Program – Innovators Grant we bring together six risky thinkers/makers willing to expand the use of art and curation. With the idea of looking out from an art perspective, we will explore through the Program how art can enrich and provide practical uses to education.

The Program will focus on art-thinking rather than the art-object, applying the possibilities of art to education in other fields. By art-thinking, we are referring to strategies of knowledge that question the everyday, using intuitive, creative and poetic approaches to find different access points or pathways to known topics. Possible techniques could include making unexpected connections between disparate topics, ‘learning by doing’ and emphasizing the visual.

More Infos and submitting details under:


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