Job Opening – ISCP Fall Fellowship (09/2012)

2012 September 5

International Studio & Curatorial Program
Brooklyn, New York

Fall Fellowship: September – November
International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP)

Working closely with the Director of Programs and Exhibitions and the rest of the staff at ISCP, the fellow will be involved in the organization of projects including artist support and programming research with an emphasis on ISCP’s 2012/2013’s focus on research-based practice.

This fellowship will offer the opportunity to directly contribute to ISCP’s fall/winter programming and to work alongside ISCP’s artists and curators in residence. There will be opportunities to be involved with a series of fall exhibitions, public programs including a new discussion series and resident Salon talks, as well as assist in the production of Open Studios. Additionally the fellow would be responsible for assisting with research for upcoming programs in 2013 and on-going archival alumni research.

Candidates should have strong knowledge of international contemporary art and its institutions, outstanding research, writing and editing skills, be detail-oriented and able to commit for two days per week (Thursdays and Fridays) for twelve weeks beginning in mid-September and ending late-November, 2012. This fellowship is best suited for those in a graduate program in Art History or Curatorial Studies and carries an honorarium of $50/per day.


The Fellow is expected to support and learn about ISCP’s programs through administrative work as well as curatorial input.

-Assist with the research and development of ISCP’s Winter 2012/Spring 2013 public programs including exhibitions and panel discussions.

-Research the practices of ISCP alumni for ISCP’s archives.

-Assist with the production and implementation of all fall programs including Salon series, discussion series, exhibitions, institutional residency programs, and Open Studios.

-Assist with research for a variety of publication projects including residencies in urban contexts.

Interested candidates should email their CV and cover letter to with “Fellowship” in subject line.

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