CODART, Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide


Job Opportunities

CODARTcareers provides an overview of current vacancies for (aspiring) museum curators working in the field of Dutch and Flemish art. In addition to curatorial vacancies, the list may also include executive and collection management positions, as well as select academic positions and openings in research projects, provided they are of significant importance to the field of Dutch and Flemish art in public collections.
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Career Development Opportunities

Fellowships and internships are valuable opportunities for aspiring curators to gain hands-on museum experience and expand their knowledge as well as their professional network. However, information about available programs is scattered across websites and it is often hard to find when applications are closed.

CODARTcareers assists students and museum professionals by providing a guide to curatorial museum fellowships related to Dutch and Flemish art. The resource provides a continuously updated overview of recurring fellowships for pre- and postdoctoral students, (under)graduates, as well as internships and other related opportunities in institutions worldwide.
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CODART Mentoring Program

The Mentoring Program aims to give the next generation of curators a flying start in the field – and in the CODART network. The program pairs curators at the start of their careers with those who have years of experience in the profession. However, the program has added value in both directions as experienced curators also benefit from developing new contacts outside their own institution. After a successful pilot in 2022, the first Mentoring Program ran from May until October 2023. The CODART Mentoring Program will continue, but it is not yet known when the next round of applications will open.
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The Curator of The Future

In 2023, CODART commissioned an external research bureau to investigate what the role – and value – is of the curator of Dutch and Flemish art in today’s museum. The bureau was also tasked with examining what the future holds for the profession. The report that resulted from this survey describes several trends that have an ongoing impact on museums and the curatorial profession. It is CODART’s aim to follow up on the topics and results emerging from the survey in the near future.
Read key findings or the full report on CODART’s 25th Anniversary web pages >>