About MA Curatorial Practice
MA Curatorial Practice at the University of Bergen is a two-year low residency, seminar-based, no-tuition education for ten professional curators working individually, in collectives or affiliated to institutions, willing to reflect on and translate their knowledge and practice, and learn from each other, to further deepen the work they do in different contexts.
The Master's Programme in Curatorial Practice further deepens the curatorial practice of the students to navigate and work in transdisciplinary and complex fields of art and culture.
Applications are accepted every second year, and we welcome applications from art professionals with two or more years of practice. The programme's target group includes curators, artists, mediators and other professionals with a background in related subjects such as art history, media studies and theatre studies.
The candidates should be eager to investigate and question their surroundings and professional contexts in order to create a discussion forum.
Students are not required to move to Bergen for this master's programme. The MA in Curatorial Practice is under revision. There may be changes to the structure of the programme.