11 Apr 2013
The curator and art critic Christine Eyene has been awarded a curators grant from the Foundation for Arts Initiatives.
The Foundation for Arts Initiatives is an independent foundation supporting exceptional arts initiatives around the world. The FfAI curators grants aim to give curators the opportunity to explore and develop their own ideas outside the constraints of institutional or professional obligations. Recipients of these grants are curators, critics, writers, producers of artists’ work, and others who are active in organising projects in the visual arts. The FfAI has been making grants since 1999. It is directed by a small group of Trustees who are leaders of their own arts institutions in various parts of the world. FfAI’s independence is central to its work and identity. It is not connected to any government agency or official body.