Curating Visibility

Accentuate Curating Visibility

Reclaiming and Interpreting Disability Collections

We are delighted to announce our new project Curating Visibility, which is being delivered through our pioneering Accentuate Programme and funded by Arts Council England.  Curating Visibility builds on the success of Curating for Change with six new curatorial Fellowships for D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent people, hosted by 6 partner museums across England.  Fellows will be hosted by Imperial War Museums Duxford, Food Museum, Dover Museum, Museum of London, Charleston and Barnsley Museums. Fellowships will take place over 15 months.

We will be opening recruitment for our first cohort of Fellowships in January 2024, with the final cohort recruitment starting in Summer 2024.

Curating Visibility - Fellowship Recruitment

Curating Visibility launches with our first Fellowship recruitment. Deadline Thursday 8th February 2024.

Do you love museums and want to begin to pursue a curatorial career?

Do you define yourself as D/deaf, disabled or neurodivergent?

We are now recruiting for the first three of these placements, which are for 15 months from April 2024 to June 2025. These placements are at IWM Duxford, Food Museum and Dover Museum.

Closing date for applications is 10am on Thursday 8th February 2024.

Please click the button below for more information about the roles and how to apply, including information in British Sign Language and Easy Read formats. Please also watch the short introductory films by the Screen South and Museum teams.

We will be recruiting for the final three Fellowship placements in September 2024. These will be placements at Museum of London, Charleston and Barnsley Museums.

Curating Visibility - Who is involved?

We are delighted that the following museums will be hosting the Curating Visibility Fellows:

To find out more about Curating Visibility, please contact a member of the team by
emailing or by calling the Screen South office on 01303 259 777.

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