About this course
Explore how to curate a compelling and relevant art exhibition within groups and independently. From curating contemporary performance to handling historic art objects, you'll learn how to apply practical skills to a variety of different art mediums and disciplines.
Our Contemporary Curating course gives you the theoretical, research and practical skills to work as a curator anywhere in the world. You’ll get professional experience managing projects in the Winchester Gallery, with unique access to the University’s vast network of practising artists, academics and researchers who will inform and inspire your curatorial practice.
By studying this MA in curating you’ll have the opportunity to:
- curate compelling art exhibitions based on research across disciplines and discourses
- develop critical thinking to collate and curate artworks which challenge the audience
- understand the current concerns and limitations of contemporary curation and culture
- get hands-on experience from practical workshops in object-handling and setting up exhibitions using lighting and tools
- attend visits to local and London-based art exhibitions where you’ll question and debate different curatorial approaches
Your learning will take place in the picturesque city of Winchester, where you'll join a thriving artist community with direct access to practising artists from Winchester School of Art.
The Winchester Gallery is based at Winchester School of Art and is open to the public. Your involvement in the gallery will give you real professional experience in understanding the practical and logistical requirements of curating.
You’ll consider your exhibition’s profile, including the theme, whether the location is private, or public, and how your audience interacts with the artwork. Your decisions as a curator will be research-led, referring to theoretical art concepts and critically reflecting on your own practice throughout.
We look at digital curation, the way artwork is stored, collected and archived online, considering benefits and limitations of digital curation in contemporary art.
Sara Roberts is an exhibition curator with experience of working with museums, galleries, historic properties and off-site opportunities, nationally and internationally.
She has worked for the Imperial War Museum, London; Mostyn, Wales; and for three years toured exhibitions internationally for The British Council, including to the São Paulo Bienal and Istanbul Biennial.
She was Consultant Curator for Arts Council of Wales/National Trust Artists’ Residencies at Penrhyn Castle 2014-17; and Curator-in-Residence for Projeto Maria Lucia Cattani in Porto Alegre, Brazil, resulting in an exhibition at Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, December 2019.
She co-curated the exhibition and research project What Colour is Metal? with Dr Cóilín O’ Dubhghaill, with an international cohort of artists using innovative colouration techniques, for Dublin Castle and tour to National Design and Crafts Council, Kilkenny, 2021-22. It will tour to the UK in 2022. She is a cultural producer for the Southampton City of Culture bid for 2025.
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This course is based at Winchester.
This qualification is awarded by the University of Southampton.
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The Course Description Document details your course overview, your course structure and how your course is taught and assessed.
You'll need a 2:1 degree or equivalent qualification in a relevant subject.
Find the equivalent international qualifications for your country.
For mature students, If you don’t have a formal qualification, your application will be considered based on previous experience and background in the subject.
We accept other English language tests, find out which English language tests we accept.
English language requirements
If English isn't your first language, you'll need to complete an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) to demonstrate your competence in English. You'll need all of the following scores as a minimum:
IELTS score requirements
- overall score
We accept other English language tests. Find out which English language tests we accept.
Recognition of professional experience
If you don’t have the exact entry requirements, but you have significant work experience in this sector we’ll assess your relevant professional experience, your subject knowledge and your aptitude for learning. Your application will be considered on individual merit.
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MA Contemporary Curating programme is studied over one year, full-time, and comprises a mix of core, compulsory and optional modules.
Semester 1 overview
For the full-time programme, taught modules in Semester 1, Curatorial Histories & Contexts, provides the conceptual underpinnings, critical research perspectives and empirical examples to inform your developing position as a curator.
You'll also study Objects and Methods, which emphasises the social significance of objects, and includes practical sessions on handling and display. You will apply this knowledge immediately in practice.
These are supported by a module in Professional and Academic Skills, which will improve your academic standards and research methods.
Semester 2 overview
You'll study two core modules in Semester 2: Curatorial Challenges and Experiments, and Curator as Practitioner. The former includes research and delivery of exhibition and/or event outcomes in response to a series of external ’prompts’ or briefs. These involve group work and individual assessment.
The latter, Curator as Practitioner module, considers the work of the curator in a variety of professional contexts; it examines the shape, interconnections and networks of the wider professional sphere.
You will also have the opportunity to select one optional module from a range offered by WSA. Options are subject to change from year to year. You will receive guidance from the Programme Leader in making your optional module selection.
The independent Dissertation or Final Project is undertaken during the summer on successful completion of Semester 2 modules. The emphasis with assessments is on authenticity, and you will be expected to produce, in turn, different kinds of documentation relevant to the devising and delivery of exhibitions and projects.
You will be supported in your development of credible and convincing proposals for independent curatorial projects, realised through either a written dissertation, or applied and contextualised in practice.
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For entry in Academic Year 2023 to 2024
Learning and assessment
You’ll participate in lectures, seminars and you’ll complete both independent study and practical group projects throughout the course. You’ll be expected to work independently on your final project during summer.
You’ll learn through a variety of different activities, including:
- managing an art gallery
- organising exhibitions
- field trips to exhibitions
- independent research
- critical and theoretical writing
- communicating with industry professionals
You’ll be assessed by a combination of methods, including:
- group-organised exhibitions
- interim and final project
- seminar research projects
Explore course modules for full details of learning and assessment.
You'll need to use the methods, techniques and skills you learn in the taught part of the programme to write a 7,500-word essay.
You'll have a mix of lectures and guided seminars during your first 2 semesters and then work over the summer on a final project.
You could work towards a career in cultural and public policy-making, cultural management or arts-commissioning and funding. Our graduates have gone to get the following jobs:
- Working for the Royal Academy and Tate, London
- Member of the Diversity Working group at Tate, London
- Programme and Project Officer for a-space, Southampton
- Engagement Officer at the John Hansard Gallery, Southampton
- Exhibition Designer in Shanghai
- Education Coordinator at the Camden Arts Centre, London
- Volunteer Coordinator at the Royal Society of Sculptors, London
By studying this course, you'll be able to work in the following areas:
- public or private galleries
- heritage or cultural organisations
- international art fairs
- arts or culture publications
Our professional experience means we can provide expert careers guidance and support. Through our industry contacts, you may be able to set up an internship or work experience independently.
You'll gain transferable skills that are vital for a growing number of fields and industries. These include:
- critical theoretical writing
- research across a number of disciplines and discourses
- methodological and epistemological skills
The course is also a good grounding for further study at PhD level if you want to develop and academic career.
Careers services at Southampton
We're a top 20 UK university for employability (QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2022). Our Careers, Employability and Student Enterprise team will support you throughout your time as a student and for up to 5 years after graduation. This support includes:
- work experience schemes
- CV/resume and interview skills workshops
- networking events
- careers fairs attended by top employers
- a wealth of volunteering opportunities
- study abroad and summer school opportunities
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Fees, costs and funding
Fees for a year's study:
- UK students pay £9,250.
- EU and international students pay £24,244.
If you're an international student on a full-time course, we'll ask you to pay £2,000 of you tuition fees in advance, as a deposit.
Your offer letter will tell you when this should be paid and provide full terms and conditions.
Find out about exemptions, refunds and how to pay your deposit on our tuition fees for overseas students page.
What your fees pay for
Your tuition fee covers the full cost of tuition and any exams.
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Accommodation and living costs, such as travel and food, are not included in your tuition fees. Explore:
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If you’re a graduate of the University of Southampton, you could be eligible for a 10% discount on your postgraduate tuition fees.
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This can help with course fees and living costs while you study a postgraduate master's course. Find out if you're eligible.
Winchester School of Art Postgraduate Global Talent Scholarship
Twenty scholarships of £5,000 each are available to international students joining our postgraduate master’s courses at the Winchester School of Art in September 2023.
Find out more about the Winchester School of Art PGT Global Talent Scholarship, including eligibility, deadlines and how to apply.
Southampton Arts and Humanities Deans Global Talent Scholarship
Ten scholarships of £10,000 each are available to international students studying for an undergraduate degree or a postgraduate master’s degree in Arts and Humanities.
Find out more about the Southampton Arts and Humanities Deans Global Talent Scholarship, including eligibility, deadlines and how to apply.
Other postgraduate funding options
A variety of additional funding options may be available to help you pay for your master’s study. Both from the University and other organisations.
Funding for EU and international students
Find out about funding you could get as an international student.
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There are different deadlines for this course. Depending on which country you permanently reside in, applications are expected to close:
- Applicants permanently resident in China: Wednesday 29 November 2023 - midday UK time
- Applicants permanently resident in other countries: Wednesday 29 May 2024 - midday UK time
- Applicants permanently resident in the UK: Wednesday 3 July 2024 - midday UK time
We advise applying early as applications may close before the expected deadline if places are filled.
Our admissions process for this course means that we look at batches of applications together. We send offers to applicants on a continuous basis. Due to the high number of applications, we may not be able to make you an offer, even if you meet the course criteria.
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This is an extra one-off charge which is separate to your tuition fees and is payable per application. It covers the work and time it takes us to assess your application. You’ll be prompted to pay when you submit your application which won’t progress until you've paid.
If you're a current or former University of Southampton student, or if you’re applying for certain scholarships, you will not need to pay the fee. PGCE applications through GOV.UK and Master of Research (MRes) degree applications are also exempt. Find out if you’re exempt on our terms and conditions page.
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- your knowledge of the subject area
- why you want to study a postgraduate qualification in this course
- how you intend to use your qualification
Please include the required paperwork showing your first degree and your IELTS English language test score (if you are a non-native English speaker) with your application. Without these, your application may be delayed.
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- a reference
- a personal statement
What happens after you apply
You'll be able to track your application through our online Applicant Record System.
We receive a high volume of applications for this course. This means you may not receive a response to your application for up to 12 weeks.
If we offer you a place, you will need to accept the offer within 30 working days. If you do not meet this deadline, we will offer your place to another applicant.
Unfortunately, due to number of applications we receive, we may not be able to give you specific feedback on your application if you are unsuccessful.
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