The Curator in Residence program is a pilot learning opportunity for an emerging Black curator to work with and within both an institutional and community setting.
In partnership with the McMaster Museum of Art
A 2-year artist incubator that offers a series of curated, hands-on clinics, engaging seminars, and inspiring artist talks led by and for Black artists.
Featuring creative consulting, seed funding, and more
Our Artists in Residence program provides Black artists with access to shared studio space, financial resources, curatorial guidance, and a culminating group exhibition.
Stay tuned for updates
This initiative aims to address the needs of Black artists in Ontario as they pivot, and find ways to adapt to the new realities and demands of creating and showcasing work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Applications are now closed.
A masterclass series of workshops and seminars facilitated by career arts professionals across a variety of disciplines.
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