Student Curatorial Fellowship
The Student Curatorial Fellowship provides students with the opportunity to demonstrate original, well-planned schemes for creating exhibits. We encourage students of all disciplines to think about how they might tell stories with physical and digital objects.
Aspiring historians, journalists, artists, educators, scientists, technologists, and media moguls are invited to submit proposals. Students are welcome to apply as individuals, groups, or clubs.
Student Curatorial Fellows gain experience conceptualizing, researching, installing, digitizing, marketing, and evaluating an exhibit. Selected students are invited to install an exhibit, in the Wallace Library's Vera McAdams McCollough ‘30 display case, for the duration of approximately one month. Applications will be evaluated in an ongoing manner. There is no deadline.
Student Curatorial Fellowship application
For more information about the program contact Amy Barlow, Humanities Liaison (firstname.lastname@example.org)