A full schools programme will be established in 2018.
Curatorial Training Programme
The Zeitz MOCAA Curatorial Training Programme was established in 2001 by Mark Coetzee, Executive Director and Chief Curator of Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (MOCAA).
The Curatorial Training Programme now offered through the Centre for Curatorial Excellence at Zeitz MOCAA offers practising professionals and recent graduates the benefit of gaining practical curatorial experience and skills by participating in all components of a functioning contemporary art museum. The programme also provides an intensive period of intellectual stimulation through individual research and dialogue with colleagues, artists, collectors and art professionals. Over 50 International Counsellors along with Zeitz MOCAA staff teach the Curatorial Training Programme. Visits to artists’ studios, commercial galleries, conferences, and lectures are central to the programme.
Upon graduating, the Assistant Curators are prepared for a career working as a curator, collections manager, conservator, development officer, or museum educator in a museum, commercial art gallery, publication, foundation, or corporate collection. In keeping with Zeitz MOCAA’s commitment to Access for All, each and every successful candidate is provided with a scholarship. The Assistant Curators are financially supported by local and international Foundations and individuals.