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Over the last decade, ICI has developed curatorial fellowships and research opportunities for emerging and mid-career curators, aimed at supporting them in the advancement of their practice and to generate new knowledge in the field. These initiatives have complemented ICI’s professional development programs for curators at all career levels, from the Curatorial Intensive for emerging curators and the Curatorial Seminar for mid-career professionals, to several more research-focused and network-building convenings for all professionals, such as the Curatorial Forum.

ICI is currently expanding its Curatorial Research Fellowships program with a focus on promoting experimentation, collaboration, and international engagement in the field. The expansion is primarily aimed towards ICI’s Curatorial Intensive alumni, and part of a series of new opportunities providing alumni with critical support as they move through the stages of their career. ICI’s Fellowships encourage independent research study and the development of a curatorial project and provide modest financial support, mentorship specific to the fellow’s research interests, and whenever possible, the opportunity to travel. They leverage our programs and international networks of collaborators to create opportunities for continued learning, mentorship, and support of each fellow’s inquiry into artistic and curatorial practices.

In Fall 2020, ICI announced that Jordan Wilson received the inaugural Indigenous Curatorial Research Fellowship, specifically intended to support Indigenous curators in developing their curatorial practice. And in the Spring of 2021, ICI will announce two more Curatorial Research Fellowships open to BIPOC curators based in the U.S. and curators of African descent based anywhere in the world, under the Marian Goodman Gallery Initiative in honor of the late Okwui Enwezor.

For more information, contact ICI’s Programs Coordinator, Monica Terrero at monica@curatorsintl.org

Fellowship Updates

Recipient of the 2012 ICI Curatorial Fellowship

The first ICI Curatorial Fellow, Sofía Olascoaga, continues her collaboration with ICI which began in February 2010 with the publication of ICI’s first DISPATCH.


Mapping Central America and the Caribbean

Reflecting the evolving landscape of the art scene in Central America and the Caribbean, this platform will be updated as new information becomes available.


Recipient of the 2013 ICI Curatorial Fellowship

As ICI's 2013 Curatorial Fellow, curator and critic Miguel Amado will develop and share knowledge about African contemporary art, including both North and Sub-Saharan Africa and the Diaspora, in order to enhance curatorial expertise about this realm.


Recipient of the 2014 ICI Curatorial Fellowship

ICI is pleased to announce Sumesh Sharma, a Mumbai-based curator, as the 2014 ICI Curatorial Fellow.


Fellowship Awardees