Career prospects

Curating Art and Cultures

Curating Art and Cultures is a unique programme designed to train the curators of the future.

The job market

As a graduate of the programme, you will have developed the theoretical expertise and obtained the preliminary work experience necessary for a curatorial career at museums of art, ethnography, design and history, galleries and exhibition spaces or any other cultural institution where research into objects and cultures is central. 

Previous graduates have gone on to positions at, among others:

  • Van Gogh Museum;
  • Rijksmuseum Amsterdam;
  • Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen;
  • Tropenmuseum;
  • The Teylers Museum in Haarlem;
  • RKD Netherlands Institute for Art History in The Hague;
  • National Gallery in Washington;
  • Getty Museum in Los Angeles.

An academic career

Graduates interested in pursuing an academic career have gone on to do research internships or to pursue a PhD. If you are interested in pursuing an academic career, you can explore the possibility of a corresponding two-year Research Master's with the programme coordinator.

   

Published by  Faculty of Humanities

12 January 2018