A new creative Fellowship for young curators from Scotland and India designed to develop curatorial and leadership skills through co-producing a group print exhibition reflecting on Scotland and India’s past, present and future relationships.
We are delighted to announce the launch of Future Flow, a cross-cultural curatorial research project and exhibition.
Future Flow is an exciting learning opportunity for young adults interested in curating and producing art exhibitions, supported by established professionals working in the visual arts, printmaking and cultural management. The project will culminate in a group print exhibition to be shown in Ahmedabad and New Delhi in spring 2023.
We have formed a diverse group of 20 young people between the ages of 18 and 25 to participate as Fellows in the programme.
Future Flow will explore the intersection of arts and heritage in times of change, starting from the premise that to influence our future, we need to comprehend our present, and understand our past. The Fellows will shape and develop the exhibition through commissioning up to 7 artists and curating the work they produce. The exhibition will push the boundaries of printmaking exploring sculptural and digital forms as well as traditional paper and textiles prints.
Future Flow has been developed by Edinburgh Printmakers and Flow India working with the National Institute of Design, India, Edinburgh College of Art and the Centre for Research Collections at the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Napier University, and Queen Margaret University.
The project is supported by The British Council.
How to ApplyA new creative Fellowship for young curators from Scotland and India designed to develop curatorial and leadership skills through co-producing a group print exhibition reflecting on Scotland and India's past, present and future relationships.
Future Flow PerspectivesFrom Scotland and India, Janet Archer and Arundhati Mitter It feels like the world has tilted on its axis several times over the past few years. We are grappling with environmental crisis, social division, a global pandemic and war, most recently in Ukraine, causing heart breaking humanitarian crisis impacting millions. It’s an important moment for a global conversation about...