The HCCC Fellowship is a three-year grant-funded role that assists the Curator in planning, executing, and overseeing exhibitions that are held at or on behalf of the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, a non-collecting organization committed to presenting creative exhibitions in the field of craft.
Curatorial Fellowship at HCCC – Responsibilities
Application Deadline: Monday, June 14, 2021. Candidates can learn more and apply at:
About HCCC – Houston Center For Contemporary Crafts
Houston Center for Contemporary Craft (HCCC) is a nonprofit visual arts center dedicated to advancing education about the process, product, and history of craft. HCCC provides exhibition, studio, and garden spaces to support the work of local and national artists and serves as a resource for artists, educators and the community at large.
HCCC is currently open limited hours: Thursday through Saturday, 10 AM – 5 PM. Closed major holidays. Timed reservations are required. Before visiting, the public should visit the website to make reservations and view the complete list of visitor guidelines, including the requirement to wear face masks and practice social distancing throughout the building.
HCCC is located in the Museum District at 4848 Main Street. Admission is free. Free parking is available directly behind the facility, off Rosedale and Travis Street. HCCC is three blocks south of Wheeler Ave. MetroRail station on Main Street.
HCCC is supported by individual donors and members and funded in part by The Brown Foundation; Houston Endowment, Inc.; the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance; Texas Commission on the Arts; the National Endowment for the Arts, the Kinder Foundation; the Morgan Foundation; Windgate Charitable Foundation; and the Wortham Foundation. HCCC is a member of the Houston Museum District and the Midtown Arts District.