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Tate Alumni Create Free, Expense-Paid Curation Course For Low-Income Backgrounds


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Even though art is becoming more attainable to the masses, it is still viewed as a privilege for the elite. And little wonder—today, curatorial jobs, at least for some of the more notable cultural institutions, require masters degrees. This means aspiring individuals from lower socio-economic backgrounds are automatically locked out from those roles.

To put things in perspective, the annual tuition for the Art History & Modern Art: Critical and Curatorial Studies program in Columbia University is around US$54,360. And as per The Art Newspaper, the Curating Contemporary Art MA course at the Royal College of Art will set British students back £14,175 (US$17,080), and international students, a lofty £33,600 (US$40,490).

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