The National Gallery has just launched its 2019-21 Curatorial Traineeship Programme with a call for museum partners. This is an established and successful training scheme for future curators and this year it is looking for regional partners with a particular commitment to increasing the diversity of the museum workforce.
Museum and gallery applicants should propose a project based around European paintings before 1900 in their collections. Projects must have one or more clearly defined public outcomes, ranging from new interpretation to (re-)display or exhibition, a publication, digital content, a public programme, a new event, a workshop with a particular community group, or a combination of some or all of these activities. Proposals linking historic and contemporary art are also welcome.
Further details on the programme and how to apply to be a partner in the programme can be found here.