MIDDLEBROOK PRIZE for YOUNG CANADIAN CURATORS

View from My curiosities are not your curios
View from My curiosities are not your curios

Founded in 2012, the Middlebrook Prize is awarded annually and aims to foster social innovation and curatorial excellence in Canada.

The Middlebrook Prize encourages social connectedness and a shared sense of community. The winner is a curator under 30 and receives a space for their exhibition and a $5,000 honorarium. 

The winner of the 2017 Middlebrook Prize is Yasmin Nurming-Por, for her exhibition, My curiosities are not your curios, which will be presented at the Art Gallery of Guelph from September 14 to December 17, 2017. Details.

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Winners

Yasmin Nurming-Por
is the winner of the 2017 Middlebrook Prize for the project My curiosities are not your curios

My curiosities are not your curios

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Why We Created the Prize

Blood Sweat Tears

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The Queer Feeling of Tomorrow

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I’m Feeling Lucky

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as perennial as the grass

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