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Opportunity - Graduate Research Assistant, Interdisciplinary Studies in Curation

Posted by Michelle Kasprzak • Tuesday, January 31. 2012 • Category: Jobs & Opportunities

The application date for this opportunity has passed.

Opportunity for Graduate Students in Interdisciplinary Studies in Curation:
Graduate Student Research Assistant for an interdisciplinary art/film curatorial project between Media Production and Studies and Visual Arts investigating concepts of expanded cinema. The position will fully fund an MA applicant to the Interdisciplinary Studies program interested in a thesis topic in curation studies. Includes a stipend of $12,000 per year, for two years (September 1, 2012 to August 30, 2014) under the supervision of Dr. Christine Ramsay and Professor Rachelle Knowles, with independent curator Elizabeth Matheson (Strandline Curatorial Collective) and Timothy Long (Adjunct Professor and Head Curator, MacKenzie Art Gallery). Duties will include travel (expenses paid) to venues such as Documenta, ZKM, Manifesta 9 and Cinematheque Ontario to train in researching curatorial models. Other duties will include online research and literature review, copy editing, and administrative/organizational tasks serving the project, as well as teaching assistant duties in a 4th level undergraduate course in curatorial studies.

Contact: Christine.Ramsay -at- (Media Production and Studies) regarding the Research Assistant position.

Contact: Randal.Rogers -at- (Associate Dean, Graduate Studies and Research) regarding application to the program. The deadline for applications is February 15, with a window for extensions under special circumstances.

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