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Curating Visibility: Reclaiming and Interpreting Disability Collections

Applications are open now for 3 fully funded Fellowship opportunities
Fellowship Cohort 1 Dates: April 2024 to June 2025
Deadline to apply: 10am Thursday 8 February 2024

Screen South’s pioneering Accentuate programme is excited to announce the launch of its new programme: Curating Visibility.  

Screen South has been awarded £790,857 by Arts Council England, through their Unlocking Collections fund, to deliver Curating Visibility. This will build on the success of their Curating for Change, to platform D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent people in museums. Funding will crucially support 6 Fellowships for D/deaf, disabled, and neurodivergent people wanting to embark upon a curatorial career in 6 museums across England. Screen South has today launched its recruitment for the first 3 funded Fellowships for this programme. Fellowships will run for 15 months and the first cohort will be hosted by Dover Museum, The Imperial War Museums (Duxford) and the Food Museum. You can find out how to apply here.