To be eligible for the Hall Curatorial Fellowship, an applicant must be an art professional with a focus on contemporary art, and a citizen of and live in a country other than the United States of America. The applicant must be proficient in English, have prior experience as a curator or co-curator of at least three professional exhibitions of contemporary art, and be able to travel to the United States of America.
The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to announce the inception of the biannual Hall Curatorial Fellowship, an eighteen-month curatorial fellowship for international curators who wish to gain curatorial experience and professional development in an American museum setting. The Hall Fellow will be responsible for curating an original exhibition in keeping with The Aldrich's mission of leadership in the exhibition of significant and challenging contemporary art with an emphasis on emerging and mid-career artists. She/he will work together with The Aldrich's curatorial director to develop the exhibition, organize its practical details, and oversee its installation. She/he will collaborate with the Museum's education, program, and publications staff to develop appropriate complementary cultural and educational programming and ancilary brochures, and to develop an exhibition catalogue to be published by The Aldrich.
The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is located in Ridgefield, Connecticut, 50 miles outside New York City.