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Questions: VAGA International Research Enquiry (for UK-based curators)

Posted by Michelle Kasprzak • Monday, February 21. 2011 • Category: Questions & Conversations

Commissioned by Creative Scotland, managed by VAGA (Visual Arts and Galleries Association) and led by independent curators Kirsteen Macdonald (Glasgow) and Ellen Blumenstein (The Office, Berlin) the VAGA International Research Enquiry (VIRE) aims to benefit the visual arts sector as a whole by identifying opportunities available to curators at all stages of their careers.

VIRE is investigating existing curatorial work in an international context, that presents the potential to promote exchange, foster partnerships and develop programmes in the future for curators working both in institutions and independently.

This survey is aimed at curators based in the UK or whose work is closely linked to the UK. There are 21 questions and it should take around 20 minutes to complete. The survey closes on 11 April 2011. Click here to take the survey.

All responses will be kept securely and the results will feed into the VIRE research project. At the end of the survey there is an opportunity for you to leave comments and suggestions as well as your email address. Your email address will not be passed to any third parties and will only be used, with your permission, to keep you informed about the VIRE project and may include individual follow up in response to your answers/comments.

We thank you in advance for your contribution.
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