VISUAL ARTS

Curating Lab

Curating Lab offers final year tertiary students, recent graduates and young curators exposure into contemporary perspectives and practices. Organised by NUS Museum with the support of the NAC, this 9-month programme will see participants embarking on a curatorial-intensive designed as a workshop, an overseas field trip, internship assignments to contemporary spaces in Singapore, while being uided by the programme’s facilitators and their internship mentors towards a final exhibition project

 

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Kunstlerhaus Bethanien Residency Programme

This 12-month residency programme, renowned as one of the premier residency programmes in Europe, aims to offer professional visual artists the opportunity to develop their practices, incubate new ideas for the advancement of contemporary art and encounter creative challenges within the context of Kunstlerhaus Bethanien and the international networking opportunities it offers.

 

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Dena Foundation Curator Residency Programme

Organised by the Dena Foundation in partnership with the NAC, this 4-month residency programme aims to offer emerging curators the opportunity to develop their professional practices, incubate new ideas for the advancement of contemporary art, and encounter creative challenges within the context of this residency and the international networking opportunities it presents.

 

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Dena Foundation Artist Residency Programme

Organised by the Dena Foundation in partnership with the NAC, this 3-month residency programme aims to offer professional visual artists the opportunity to develop their practices, incubate new ideas for the advancement of contemporary art and encounter creative challenges within the context of the Dena Foundation residency and the international networking opportunities it presents.

 

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VADA Curatorial Mentorship and Training Programme

This curatorial development programme requires the participant to devise 6 to 8 exhibitions or projects over a 24 month period. With guidance from the mentors, the participant will be expected to oversee all aspects of their exhibition programme including research, studio visits and artist management, curatorial essay writing, and additional educational programming as required.

 

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OTHER SUPPORT SCHEMES AVAILABLE

The following schemes are available to support the capability development of visual arts professionals in Singapore: