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Jacob Lawrence Gallery — BIPOC Graduate Student Curatorial Fellowship

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The Jacob Lawrence Gallery annually supports a BIPOC graduate student from the University of Washington for a curatorial fellowship. The fellowship provides support for an exhibition developed by a graduate student by offering them an $800 curatorial fee and a $1,200 budget toward artist fees. (The Jacob Lawrence Gallery is W.A.G.E. certified and requires that artists be paid a fee for exhibiting their work.) The fellow will receive support from the gallery’s Director + Curator, as well as two curatorial interns, during installation and deinstallation of the exhibition.

Past Recipients


Brittney Frantece curated Queer Imagination.


Stefan Leandro Gonzales curated Sean Sullivan: Dare to Judge


Juan Franco Ricardo curated Angélica Maria Millán Lozano + Camilo Godoy: Lugar del Trabajo