Applications must include a 300-word description of an exhibition idea. Submissions should include an exhibition concept or key idea, and any artists that the applicant is considering. Also required is a current resume, two professional recommendations (these can be mailed directly to MoCADA), a 1 page writing sample, plus a short letter of intent that outlines why applicants want to participate in The Curatorial Fellowship, which should include a brief description of a recent exhibition that has made an impact on the applicant.
Applicants must have a minimum of a BA or BFA in Art History, Studio Art, or other related field with a specialized interest in African/African American/African Diasporan visual arts. MA or MFA preferred, but not required.