Project „CycleUp!” Seeks a Chief Curatorial Adviser And Members for the Board
Chief Curatorial Adviser
What to expect?The Chief Curatorial Adviser will play a pivotal role in developing the overall artistic vision of the project and oversee all artistic and cultural aspects of it. They will work closely with the Curatorial Advisory Board to develop an artistic, sustainability, and inclusion framework that aligns with the project's goals and values. Additionally, they will oversee the selection process for artists and artworks to be featured in residencies, artistic interventions, exhibitions, and events. The Curatorial Team will advise the CycleUp! steering committee for the duration of the project. The Chief Curatorial Adviser will act as the main spokesperson of the Curatorial Team.
The position will be paid an honorarium and all travel expenses will be covered.
Scope of activities: approximately three hours per month.
Member of the Curatorial Advisory Board
What to expect?
Members of the Curatorial Advisory Board will help to oversee all artistic and cultural aspects of the project. They will work closely with the Chief Curatorial Adviser to develop an artistic, sustainability, and inclusion framework that aligns with the project's goals and values. Additionally, they will support the selection process of artists and artworks to be featured in residencies, artistic interventions, exhibitions, and events. The Curatorial Team will advise the CycleUp! steering group for the duration of the project.
The Curatorial Team will consist of a group of leaders in their respective fields who are dedicated to supporting sustainable residency programs and carbon-neutral art production. This is a unique chance to work on an exciting and environmentally sustainable project aimed at promoting green mobility and cycling in the project's partner cities and other EU countries. Being part of an international project like CycleUp! provides a chance to work together with various artists, decision-makers, and communities, and offers valuable networking prospects.
Members of the Curatorial Team will be paid an honorarium and all travel expenses.Scope of activities: approximately two hours per month.
Considerations for both positionsThe Goethe-Institut Prague is looking for a motivated and experienced curator or art practitioner, preferably with a focus on contemporary art. Fluency in spoken and written English is required, and knowledge of other languages would be considered an advantage. The candidate must be a resident of one of the partner countries (Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, and Estonia).
Application processPlease send your application in digital form with the required documents (letter of motivation, CV) in German or English in PDF format to email@example.com.
The application deadline is May 19th, 2023.
The recruited Curatorial Team should be available to start at the beginning of June 2023. If you have any questions about this opportunity, please feel free to get in touch.