The transhistorical museum: Curatorial Fellowship
Frans Hals Museum | De Hallen Haarlem calls curators, researchers, academics, artists and cultural producers interested in transhistorical curating, to submit a proposal for an exhibition project that challenges traditional art historical notions of periodization and chronology, to be realized within the institutional context of Frans Hals Museum | De Hallen Haarlem in the fall of 2017.
Fellowship period: July 1, 2016–September 1, 2017
Preference for candidates with some proficiency in Dutch, living and working in the Netherlands (internal museum communication is in Dutch)
Participation in the international 2-day workshop Transhistorical Curating in the week of November 21, 2016, with international curatorial and museum professionals, and scheduled field trips to institutions and advisors
A total project budget of 80,000 EUR. The Fellow will receive a lump sum fee of 15,000 EUR for a minimum 2 days per week on site. The Fellow is responsible for their own travel and accommodation.