A masters degree in Curating is a multidisciplinary masters program that cuts across a variety of fields. Students taking the masters program are provided with a structure for reflecting and acting on their reflections, learning and organization in art institutions and the public sphere.
A master in curating student is expected to participate in several project works and exhibitions while undertaking the program in the university. Major activities that a student enrolled in the program is expected to undertake include: instruction modules, seminars, group activities and lectures from lecturers affiliated to various art fields.
It is imperative for a student enrolled for a masters degree in curating to get practical experience. Normally, internships are obtained in places such as museums, libraries, art galleries and special collections places. To enroll in a masters program in curating, it is a prerequisite to have a bachelors degree in a related field. Job opportunities for students who undertake this masters program are more or less the same as the places for internships. However, other jobs available for graduates of the program include: museum technicians, curatorial assistants in large museums or a restorer in small museums.
The CAS/MAS in Curating is a discursive platform focusing on key areas of museology, contemporary exhibition-making and curating. It has a strong practical orientation –
Masters in Curating.
Taught modules, group activities, seminars, excursions and lectures delivered by a team of acclaimed international guest lecturers serve to build essential knowledge and skills in the field of museology and curating. Coursework also involves research and the development of individual and group projects from start to finish.
Degree programme content and structure
The Postgraduate Programme in Curating at Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK) is a discursive platform focusing on key areas of contemporary exhibitionmaking. It has a strong practical orientation. Taught modules, group activities, seminars, and lectures delivered by a team of acclaimed international guest lecturers serve to build essential knowledge and skills in the field of curating. Coursework also involves research and the development of individual and group projects from start to finish....
The international curriculum of the Master in Arts, Museology, and Curatorship is aimed at discussing the different methodologies in the fields of valorization of the art
The international curriculum of the Master in Arts, Museology, and Curatorship (AMaC) is aimed at discussing the different methodologies in the fields of valorization of the arts, museology and curatorship in an international perspective.
In their first year, students will acquire a deep historical, critical and operational knowledge of the arts system and its challenges. In their second year, students will practically apply the theoretical issues, specializing in one of three specific areas: Valorisation of the Arts, Museums and Museology and Curatorship.
5 Reasons to Enrol on the Degree Programme
1. You can gain a solid art history grounding from the medieval to the contemporary period....
The Pathway in Curatorial Practices: Film, Media & Visual Arts is a two-year, full-time Masters programme designed to develop professional and academic excellence in
View of artist Tania Candiani installation for the Srishti Outpost group exhibition at the Kochi-Muziris biennale (2017).
Srishti Institute of Art, Design & Technology offers a pathway in Curatorial Practices: Film, Media & Visual Arts. This is a two-year, full-time Masters programme designed to develop professional and academic excellence in the field of curating and to encourage students to curate projects and create a national and international network of peers and collaborators for their work.This specialisation is founded on the premise that there is no separation between practice and theory in curatorial work and that curators operate across a vast ecology of contexts and spaces, from the museum, to the commercial gallery, to the artist-led space, to the festival, to a lab, to new creative ventures. In today’s art world, the role of the curator often blends in with that of the artist, the publisher, the researcher, the archivist, and the creative entrepreneur. This programme responds to such interdisciplinarity by offering practice-led learning that combines the study of art history, aesthetics and exhibition histories with developing skills in critical writing and thinking, as well as project development and management. The students will explore the ethical, philosophical and political dimensions of current debates in contemporary art and culture, and will be encouraged to respond to the historical, political and cultural contexts of South Asia.The programme adopts the methodology of fine art practice and supports the development of an independent practice and research. It will offer a combination of taught seminars...
Open to students in all design disciplines, the course aims to infuse a deep understanding of built and intangible cultural heritage and the natural environment in design
Image showing significant elements of architecture and landscapes in Hoysala, documented during the study tour (Source: SUI-Srishti; Dr. Jyoti Hosagrahar)
This program is one of the two postgraduate programs established under the UNESCO Chair in Culture, Habitat, and Sustainable Development at Srishti. The program is designed to deliver familiarity with international and national, norms and standards of heritage interpretation and management, based on the foundation of the World Heritage Convention. Furthermore, the courses will be driven towards exploring new processes of designing, managing and planning for preserving heritage sites and the surrounding milieu; such that the outcomes will benefit local communities, and nurture creative entrepreneurship within the eclectic cultural landscapes....
3rd edition - Today, curating contemporary art requires as many skills as there are artistic contexts and languages. Whereas a solid cultural background is as important a
THIS COURSE IN HELD IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
Today, curating contemporary art requires as many skills as there are artistic contexts and languages. Whereas a solid cultural background is as important as management and communication skills, what is even more crucial for a 21st Century Curator is to build a stable network of relationships to make a curatorial project tangible and widely expandable.
For this reason, thanks to the prestige and unique position of the city of Venice, participants have the opportunity to engage critically and actively in current debates in curatorial practice and contemporary art and to operate in the Biennale context, incubator for excellence and innovation. The course leads students to practically learn the job of a Curator in all its forms, also thanks to an international Faculty that includes some of the most prominent professionals of the art world. This way, participants get to know the curatorial methods that institutions such as Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Fondation Pinault, Fondazione La Biennale di Venezia and Christie's apply....
The Master's Degree in Commissariat of Digital Art attends to the needs of professional and academic training in the curating of exhibitions, theory of art and design, cr
The Master's Degree in Curatorial of Digital Art attends to the needs of professional and academic training in the curating of exhibitions, theory of art and design, criticism or cultural management, with the particularity of being specialized in the creation and use of new technologies.
The master's degree, with 60 ECTS credits, is the first curatorial program in art and new media of an official nature that is taught in Spain, to take an academic year, 46 compulsory ECTS and 28 electives are considered, of which one must study 14. Of the 28 elective ECTS credits, there are some subjects of professional aspect and others of investigative aspect.