Career Opportunity – CURATOR

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To formulate and implement programmes designed to foster and promote cultural awareness and expression in the field of Visual and Plastic Arts.


To manage operations and staff at the Queen’s Park Gallery;
To supervise the selection of Barbadian art for exhibitions abroad;
To manage the Art Collection of the National Cultural Foundation;
To maintain records and be responsible for the management of the National Art Collection, in the absence of a National Art Gallery;
To identify and schedule exhibitions, relevant lecture/demonstrations and workshops at the Queen’s Park Gallery;
To curate exhibitions produced by the Foundation;
To supervise the production of art catalogues documenting the exhibitions in terms of content and format;
To monitor the receipt and return of exhibits for NCF produced exhibitions;
To ensure the correct treatment of art work while it is in the custody of the NCF;
To ensure appropriate display and representation of exhibits in accordance with NCF’s standard;
To research and recommend continuing improvements for the operation of the Gallery as a vital forum for local artists;
To liaise with and represent the NCF with other relevant departments/organisations;
To research and record biographical data on Barbadian artists at home and abroad;
To research and record the location of significant Barbadian art work;
To recommend art work for acquisition by the Foundation;
To plan/mount expositions and exhibitions of the National Cultural Foundation;
To research/document/produce material in the area of the Visual and Plastic Arts;
To organise/conduct training courses, seminars and workshops in the area of Visual and Plastic Arts;
To assist with the planning and coordination of activities related to community, national & regional, cultural festivals of visual arts;
To liaise with individuals and agencies inside and outside of Barbados on matters relating to Visual and Plastic Arts;
To present written and/or oral reports when required, on all work done in your area to the Chief Cultural Officer;
To supervise the sale of art work at the Gallery and ensure the accuracy of all transactions;
To ensure the timely deposit of all cash received at the Gallery;
To identify training needs for staff of the Gallery to enhance the Gallery’s operations, viability and effectiveness;


A University Degree in Visual Arts or equivalent qualifications from an approved institution, plus training and work experience in curating.


A Diploma or equivalent qualification from an approved institution and three (3) years experience in curating.


Acknowledged work in the visual arts with a minimum of seven (7) years work experience in curating.

Salary: Z6 – Z1 ($61,515.22- $71,936.17) annually

Applications accompanied with current Curriculum Vitae should reach the NCF no later than
4.00 p.m. on September 5, 2022 via email: Application for CURATOR to: and be addressed to:

The Chief Executive Officer
The National Cultural Foundation
West Terrace
Saint James

Written by: Ashley Dyall

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