From 2006-2015, was one of the top resources for curators of contemporary art on the web, providing essential information on jobs, awards, and opportunities relevant to the professional development of curators worldwide. The site also provided editorial commentary on the profession of curating in the form of interviews, book reviews, and event reports. These editorial items are still available for readers in the site archive. produced two initiatives for curatorial professional development: a Fellowship for an emerging curator in partnership with the Centre for Contemporary Art in Glasgow, Scotland; and the Musée Imaginaire Concours, a contest seeking an original concept for an online exhibition developed in partnership with KAPSUL (a project of the Kadist Art Foundation). The Fellow was Emma Brasó, and the winners of the Musée Imaginaire Concours were Antonella Croci and Federico Florian. was founded by Michelle Kasprzak in 2006 and the managing editor from 2011-2014 was Mikhel Proulx. Others who have generously contributed content to the site over the years include Katerina Gkoutziouli, April Steele, Sofia Landström, Sophie Williamson, Sophia Zhou, Lauren O’Connell, Luminita Apostu, Agnes Gryczkowska, Charu Maithani, and Antonia Blocker. Thanks also to the jurors for the Musée Imaginaire Concours: Kati Kivinen, Margriet Schavemaker, Ceci Moss, David Teh; and the Fellowship: Francis McKee and Sally Tallant.