September 17–December 10, 2013 (12 weeks)
Paid by artist:

travel costs, accommodation


  • 1 deposit of 720€
  • 3 monthly payments of 770€

The fees include the use of Node facilites, all the organization of the daily activities such as studio visits, space visits, workshops, seminars, networking events, etc. It covers as well the production costs of the final show and the publication.

Application guidelines:

The application process is divided in two parts:

1) Please complete the application form. You will be asked to provide information about your academic history and working experience. While not a compulsory part of the application process, it is recommended that you send a portfolio that illustrates your experience in curatorial practices. All files must be uploaded in the special field of the online application form.
2) You will be contacted to schedule an online interview and process your admission.

The program is designed for people with academic or working experience in any of the following areas of contemporary art: curatorial studies, theory and philosophy of art, art history, art management, and art production: visual arts, fine arts, arts and new media.

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Node Center for Curatorial Studies

Node Center for Curatorial Studies


Node Center for Curatorial Studies was created in order to offer a platform to teach, experiment, and investigate subjects related to curatorial studies and contemporary art practices. The Center´s core activity stems from the Curatorial Studies Program that offers its participants the possibility of expanding their work experience, with professional feedback and technical support, by developing projects in Berlin.

Each year, Node focuses on a key topic that questions inherited curatorial practices and that invents new ways of creating knowledge by finding new possibilities in the exhibition process. Residents of the Curatorial Studies Program along with artists, curators and guest specialists take on these key topics in order to create a solid body of research.

The program lasts twelve weeks, 30 hours per week. During this period, residents will enjoy a shared office as well as a space in which they can experimenting with new exhibition formats. Node offers residents necessary resources for curatorial investigations and its practical applications. At the same time, residents will participate in activities programed by Node, such as workshops, seminars, meetings with guest specialists, artist's work presentations, and visits to exhibition spaces, among others.

Accommodation Information

no accommodation provided

Contact information

Waldemarstr 37A, Kreuzberg
10999 Berlin

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