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Master’s Programme in Curatorial Practice

Application deadline for entry in August 2019 is 15 April.

MA Curatorial Practice is a two-year low residency, seminar-based education for professional curators working independently or affiliated to institutions. Applications are accepted every second year, and we welcome applications from art professionals with a practice that is strongly linked to curatorial practice (such as curating artists, educators, writers and others) and those from affiliating fields of culture (theatre, film, literature, music etc.) willing to reflect on and translate their knowledge and practice.

The group of ten candidates will consist of individuals who have a personal commitment to their project and a strong interest in sharing their knowledge and thinking. The candidates should be eager to investigate and question their surroundings and professional contexts in order to create a discussion forum. MA Curatorial Practice is created through a series of seminars, workshops and lectures by a network of peers.

The MA candidates are required to develop, produce and contextualise one project each in a public context, with a responsibility to secure and develop the collaborations necessary to make this happen—with artists and other professionals, funding bodies, art institutions or other sites. You are required to have an idea about what kind of curatorial project one wants to persue during the programme. This is to be presented as a written project outline as part of your application. There is an emphasis on sharing knowledge and debate within and beyond the group of candidates, thus the Faculty will fund a public seminar organised by the candidates in collaboration.

Applications are accepted from 1 February.

  1. Application deadline: 15 April
  2. Application assessment: 3 May
  3. Invitation to interview: 6 May
  4. Interview: 23-24 May
  5. Offer of admission published in Søknadsweb: 27 May

See bottom of page under “Application status” for more details about the admission process.

 

Before you start your application for admission, please check that you have the required academic/professional background. Only applicants who meet the admission requirements are qualified. If you are not qualified your application will be rejected.

Admission to The Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design and the University of Bergen is highly competitive.

Checklist

  1. You must have obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art or equivalent. Find specific requirements for your home country in our country list.
  2. You must document at least two years professional practice as a curator.
  3. You must document your English language proficiency, see below for details.

Language requirement

Applicants who are not native English speakers must document their proficiency in English by taking an internationally recognised English test.

Schedule your test early enough for the results to reach us within the application deadline 15 April.

See how to document your proficiency in English

Applicants from some English-speaking African countries, and applicants with a degree taught in English from Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and the Middle East are not exempt from submitting an English language test.

Information about exemptions.

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