Associate Curator, Modern American Art Deadline: 18 March, 2013 The Metropolitan Museum of Art, one of the world’s finest museums, seeks an Associate Curator, Modern American Art. The specialist in twentieth century American Art will participate in research, development and active management of the Modern and Contemporary collection at the Metropolitan Museum and the Breuer project; initiation of collection displays, […]

Curator of American Art, Worcester Art Museum, Deadline: March 1, 2013 The Worcester Art Museum seeks an exceptional Curator of American Art to lead a distinctive program in American art which is centered upon the museum’s significant holdings, especially in the areas of Colonial and Federal American portraiture, Colonial and Federal silver designed by Paul Revere, mid-to-late nineteenth century American […]

Welcome to this month’s Pick ‘N Mix. – “Everyone’s a Curator” is the theme of a recent item over at Bad at Sports. As they say: “Even Umberto Eco. I love what the Louvre is doing by signing him on as guest curator (as they have previously done with writer Toni Morrison and composer Pierre Boulez)”. I’ve blogged about this […]

Welcome to February’s Pick ‘N Mix: the credit crunch special! – They say the financial trends that impact the art world are about six months behind larger global financial trends. Perhaps there’s a grain of truth to that, given the doom and gloom in the headlines recently, including a 20% reduction in staff at the LA MoCA and the Rose […]

I’m proud to announce the (semi-recent) launch of my latest curatorial effort. In-Site Montreal is a collection of site-specific art presented on the portal pages of five wireless internet hotspots in the Ile Sans Fil network. Artists Nicolas Fleming, Maria Legault, and Virginie Laganiere have created art works that can be viewed simply by logging in to the Ile Sans […]

Perhaps it is every curator’s nightmare – the gallery closes your show less than 24 hours after it opens. The Gene Culture exhibition at Egg Space Gallery in Liverpool opened on August 9. The show is part of a broader research project by curator Gaynor Evelyn Sweeney, analysing perceptions of genetics in postmodern society. The Gene Culture exhibition contained a […]

From “(Not) Gay Art Now” Curator Jack Pierson Comments on His (Exceptional) Show” by Bryant Rousseau, on artinfo.com: What advantages might an artist have in assembling a show over a more traditional curator? “I wasn’t interested, and I don’t think most artists would be, in making a checklist of artists to include six months in advance. I’m in awe of […]

Rhizome.org is a leading new media arts organization and an affiliate of the New Museum of Contemporary Art. Currently celebrating our tenth anniversary, Rhizome’s programs support the creation, presentation, discussion and preservation of contemporary art that uses new technologies in significant ways. These include a series of online publications and discussion lists, exhibitions (online & offline), performances, screenings, public talks […]

The University of California, San Diego is seeking a curator Salary hiring range: high $40k to low $50k (USD) The University of California, San Diego is seeking a curator to administer all aspects of its University Art Gallery contemporary program. Reporting to the Director, University Art Gallery, and in coordination with a Gallery Council of assigned faculty advisors and an […]