Knight Curatorial Fellowship at the Museum of Art, Miami Beach
In its third year, the Bass Museum of Art Knight Curatorial Fellowship is a one-year fellowship for an emerging curator. Responsibilities include, conducting studio visits in Miami, communicating with artists, collectors and arts professionals in the Miami community and assisting in developing public programming. He/she will also work alongside other museum departments to assist in the coordination of exhibitions and contemporary artists’ projects.
“These three one-year Knight Curatorial Fellowships seek to enhance the curatorial dialogue in the Miami community,whereby artists, art professionals, collectors and art enthusiasts engage in critical conversations about art and cultural issues as well as promote an exchange of ideas,” states Silvia Karman Cubiñá, Executive Director and Chief Curator, Bass Museum of Art.
“Connecting these curators from across the globe with Miami’s renowned contemporary artists will help to expand the reach of the community’s art scene,” states Dennis Scholl, vice president/arts. “We hope this program will encourage artistic exchange for years to come.”
In March 2011, The Bass Museum of Art initiated the first of three, one-year curatorial fellowships focusing on contemporary art thanks to generous support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, as part of its Knight ArtsChallenge.
Past Knight Curatorial Fellows include:
Kristen Korolowicz 2011- 2012
Bryan Granger 2012- 2013
Dr. Elizabeth Shannon 2013-2014
Please click here to check out the Knight arts blog where former Curatorial Fellow, Kristin Korolowicz, posted about TC: Temporary Contemporary.