Curatorial Statement using 6 pieces of art created by female artists only. The

Curatorial Statement using 6 pieces of art created by female artists only.
The curatorial statement is a brief introduction to your exhibition. A curator is the person who is in charge of a museum’s
exhibitions; from planning and selecting artwork, to researching and documenting information. This piece should be 3
paragraphs in length and approximately 250-300 words. In the first paragraph discuss the theme, methodology, and
overall message/point of view of your exhibition. In the second paragraph, discuss the types of works or media that
viewers will see. This may include artist’s statements, external “press” about the work, or excerpts from online articles
relevant to the work. Be sure to properly cite any external information that is paraphrased and/or quoted in the critical
discussion. In the third paragraph, discuss your process of discovering pieces for this collection/research, applying
methodology, and supporting the validity and relevance of the message to your viewers. Feel free to express personal
connections.
Example attached below!

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