AHL – Chun Family Foundation Curatorial Fellowship 2017

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AHL – Chun Family Foundation Curatorial Fellowship
Application Guidelines

The AHL (Art, Humanity, and Love) Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of the AHL – Chun Family Foundation Curatorial Fellowship.

The one-year AHL–Chun Family Foundation Curatorial Fellowship provides a $3,000 stipend and hands-on curatorial experiences to an emerging curator of Korean heritage. The Curatorial Fellow will be provided with the opportunity to assist with AHL’s exhibition programs including opportunities to curate his/her own exhibition during the fellowship. An ideal candidate would be an aspiring curator in a Masters or Ph.D. program in art history or related field with an emphasis on contemporary art. The Fellowship supports AHL’s goal to encourage curatorial research and greater diversity within the curatorial field.


  • Must be of Korean heritage.
  • Must be matriculated in a Master’s or Ph.D. program in art history or related field.
  • Must be able to commit to a one-year fellowship appointment starting September 2017.
  • Must be a permanent resident or citizen of the U.S.

Application Requirement

  • Cover letter stating interest in the fellowship position
  • Completed application form
  • Full curriculum vitae of education, professional experience, honors, awards, and publications
  • Two writing samples (in English)
  • Contact information for two references
  • Confirmation Letter of Academic Status (candidacy or degree conferred)


About AHL Foundation
AHL (Art, Humanity, Love) Foundation is a 501(c)3 visual arts organization with a mission to support Korean artists living in the United States and is committed to promoting and providing greater exposure of their work. Founded by Sook Nyu Lee Kim in 2003, the AHL Foundation is committed to seeking and promoting talented Korean and Korean-American artists while building a wider public awareness of the important cultural contributions made by these artists. AHL programs include special exhibitions, art history classes, public lectures, museum and gallery tours along with professional development opportunities for artists through its Visual Art Awards, and the annual and biennial project grants, which are one of the largest visual art grants of its kind in the United States.

Applications and additional inquiries about the AHL- Chun Family Foundation Curatorial should be directed to info@ahlfoundation.org or 516-983-3935.