According to this BBC article, two museums in Britain are running a competition for young, wannabe curators. The Yorkshire Museum is reworking its medieval gallery, and the York Castle Museum is reworking its toy exhibition, and they want people aged sixteen to twenty four to submit ideas for the new look. If you win, you'll be given a budget ranging from £2000 to £6000 to create them, but ""It must be different to anything they have seen in other museums." Amy Parkinson of the York Museums Trust also explained "Any ideas involving digital or new technologies would be welcome, but the idea could use any medium at all." The Yorkshire Museum web site has more info on both contests.