The Constance E. Clayton Curatorial Fellowship provides upcoming or recent M.A. graduates in Art History or other related field from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s) or other institutions the opportunity to gain professional experience in preparation for a career as a curator. The Fellowship offers a foundational learning and development opportunity for an individual from a traditionally underrepresented group in the museum field.
Working under the direction of a museum curator in the department of the fellow’s choosing, the fellow will receive an introduction to curatorial practice in a large art museum. The fellow will be mentored by a committee of members of the museum’s senior staff who will serve as a resource for the fellow’s professional development.
Candidates must have recently received or be in the process of receiving a Master’s degree in Art History (or other related field) from one of the one hundred Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s) in the United States.
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