Art Fund Curators' Programme at Frieze Masters 2018

 Giovanni Bellini, 'Saint Jerome reading in a Landscape', perhaps 1480-5 © The National Gallery, London

Giovanni Bellini, 'Saint Jerome reading in a Landscape', perhaps 1480-5 © The National Gallery, London

Art Fund, in collaboration with  Frieze Masters and the National Gallery’s Subject Specialist Network: European Paintings pre-1900, are offering 10 fully funded places on a two-day Curators’ Programme exploring the display of iconographic work in the digital age. The Programme brings together a group of museum professionals from across the UK with international counterparts and provides an opportunity to share professional and specialist networks, knowledge and experience against the backdrop of Frieze Masters.

This year’s Curators' Programme will explore ways in which curators working with historic – specifically French, Italian and Spanish – painting and sculpture collections can engage contemporary audiences. The programme will include a keynote in-conversation, curators' workshop, tour of Frieze Masters, as well as a special tour of the 'Mantegna and Bellini' exhibition at the National Gallery.

For event details and information on how to submit your application for a place please go to

https://www.artfund.org/supporting-museums/current-training-opportunities- -curators/curators-programme-frieze-masters-2018

Applications must be submitted to Art Fund  by 5 pm on Friday 13 July 2018.