Interstate Projects is pleased to announce its Curatorial Fellowship Program.

The Curatorial Fellowship invites a curator to work with Interstate Projects to present three exhibitions in a row. The curator will work with the gallery Directors to present ambitious, solo and group shows with artists from around the globe. The curator has independent curatorial control and will also be supported by the gallery with professional practices in curation, exhibition design, resources and financial support.

Through this program Interstate Projects seeks to continue to support artists and curators who are under recognized within the field of Contemporary Art. It is an extension of our mission as a non-profit gallery to promote a healthy and un-capitalized focus to explore and develop art practices in a nurturing and supportive environment.

Curatorial Fellowships are by recommendation only.

Curatorial Fellow 2018: Jonah Porter

Jonah Porter (b.1992, Portland, OR) is an artist and curator based in New York. His work has been exhibited at Material Art Fair (CDMX), American Medium (BK), and Littman and White Galleries (PDX). He holds a BFA from the Pacific Northwest College of Art.

First Curatorial Fellowship show will open in February 2018 - Details TBA


Image: Thomas Gamble