Curators are looking for you online


I'm probably preaching to the converted, but artist and curator Kirsty Hall has posted recently about how she uses the Internet to help her select artists for exhibitions. If you ever doubted that you should have lots of your images online, here's proof.

Image (c) Kirsty Hall, 5th July from The Diary Project.

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3 thoughts on “Curators are looking for you online”

  1. Wow, thanks so much for the link, Alyson. I’ve only just got back from a romantic weekend away (13th anniversary!) and seeing the great reaction to my post was the perfect ending to a fabulous break.

  2. Hi Alyson~ Just curious, as I have come across the “artist-curator” designation and wondered what to look for as credentials: is an art degree enough? Is there a museum or art history degree and/or experience needed, too? I seems that an artist might also be a wonderful curator, of either their own work (for a large show) or a 2-3 person show, but how does the rest of the art world view this? ~Sue, from the Promote Your Art Class P.S. I’m trying out the new change to my “artist Name” Sue C F Smith. Not sure it if fits yet.

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