Curator, The David Winton Bell Gallery, Rhode Island Deadline: Unspecified The David Winton Bell Gallery is Brown University’s contemporary art gallery and home to an important part of the university’s permanent art collection. The gallery hosts four to five major exhibitions each year, as well as annual exhibitions of student artwork and a triennial exhibition of artwork by Brown faculty […]

Chief Curator Deadline: 8 July, 2013 The Hepworth Wakefield is a major public art gallery that opened in May 2011 to public and critical acclaim. It exhibits Wakefield’s art collection, the Hepworth Family Gift and the work of major contemporary and 20th century artists. Designed by David Chipperfield Architects, our ten superb gallery spaces and grounds make this one of […]

Art Gallery Manager, Axel Vervoordt Deadline: June 25, 2013 Axel Vervoordt is an international renowned company, organized around 5 major core activities : the Art and Antiques department, the Axel Vervoordt Gallery for modern and contemporary Art, The interior Design Office, the Axel Vervoordt Home Collection , and the Axel Vervoordt Real Estate department. The company is located in Belgium […]

Gallery Director, Wexler Gallery, Philadelphia Deadline: The job accepts proposals until a suitable hire is found Wexler Gallery is seeking a Gallery Director. Founded in 1999 and located in Philadelphia’s Old City gallery district, Wexler Gallery exhibits work that can coexist in the worlds of design, fine art, decorative art and craft. The successful applicant will work directly with the […]

Curator, Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville VA Deadline: Accepts proposals until a suitable hire is found. Second Street Gallery (SSG) was central Virginia’s first artist-run alternative arts space, and is today one of the longest established nonprofit organizations in the country focused solely on the art and ideas of our time. Since its founding in 1973, SSG has served the community […]

Curator, The Art Gallery of Alberta Deadline: February 24, 2013 The Art Gallery of Alberta is a centre of excellence for the visual arts in Western Canada, connecting people, art and ideas. The AGA is focused on the development and presentation of original exhibitions of contemporary and historical art from Alberta, Canada and around the world. The AGA also offers […]

“What Do Curators Want?” was the name of an event held recently at Side Street Projects (an art centre in Pasadena, California, USA) featuring Caryn Coleman, editor of art.blogging.la and owner of sixspace. The promotional blurb stated: If you go about this the wrong way, you can kill your career before it even happens. So, how do you approach curators […]