Curating a Show in 10 Easy Steps - A Step by Step Guide for Art Curators
Curating a Show in 10 Easy Steps will show you how to work as an art curator to curate an art exhibition in a few simple steps.
Art Curators Organizations - Professional Organizations for Art Curators
Art curators' organizations lists the various professional organizations available for art museum and independent art curators to join.
How to Apply for Art Grants and Art Funding
How art professionals like artists, curators, and researchers can apply for arts grants and art funding in order to put on an art exhibition,conduct research or to create art work.
The Association of Art Museum Curators
Members of the Association of Art Museum Curators have access to publications such as the Professional Standards & Practices handbook and to a database of over 1000 members from 240 North American institutions.
The Center for Curatorial Leadership
The Center for Curatorial Leadership in New York offers ten fellowships, fully paid, annually for American art museum curators to learn new skills in “academic courses in non-profit management, finance, negotiation, board development, and strategic long-range and short-term initiatives.”
Independent Curators International -- The Curator’s Network
Independent Curators International -- The Curator’s Network offers an online members’ directory, low-fee exhibition space rentals in New York and a subscription to their publication DISPATCH.
International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art (IKT)
International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art (IKT)’s 500 members from Eastern & Western Europe, Japan, Australia and America include independent curators, and directors and cultural managers from museums and non-profit exhibition spaces. Founded in Lisbon in May 1999, IKT moves its offices every three years to “underline the internationality of the association.”