There is this idea(l) of the artist creating art for art’s sake, living la vie bohème, being envied for their freedom and creativity and having the liberty to express their individuality as they please. Is this actually the case though?
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The Assistant Curator will provide support for a broad range of activities across the Creative Programme team including development and delivery of exhibitions, events, learning activity, community focused projects, as well as in-venue visitor experience.
Unusual gallery space staffed by small plastic cats.
Date:October 25, 2019 at 06:00 PM
Venue:The Old Library, Chester
From:August 21, 2019
To:August 22, 2019
Location:North West England
The Nigerian-born curator and writer, who curated both Documenta and the Venice Biennale, and was artistic director at Munich’s Haus der Kunst from 2011-2018, has died aged 55.
Has anyone got any examples/advice on a simple risk assessment format for an invigilated exhibition space which the public will visit? Thanks?
The morning of 8th of September saw me in london for the Unlimited Festival at Southbank – a festival highlighting the best in disability arts and performance – mostly from commissioned work by Unlimited. But I had other things on […]
The public and personal dilemmas of curation; curating a show of potentially upsetting or disturbing content, whilst considering the needs and concerns of the artists
Link below: Anna Rogers, art & design as socio-economic activism. Written by Emily Hartless
This body of work explores the collaborative relationship between Emily Hartless and Anna Rogers.
“Biennale focus on Art and Artists” I have to admit that I was rather confused to read the introduction of 2017 Venice Biennale by chief curator Christine Macel, “Focus on the role of Art and Artists”. OK, great! Artist on […]
Siobhan Davies Dance has announced Hepworth Wakefield director of programme Lauren A Wright as its new programme director.
In 1910, Dr. A. R. Crook, curator at the Illinois State Museum of Natural History, created a list of questions to determine the worth of prospective natural history museum curators. I found this article recently which was posted by Hyperallergic. Given my […]
Gill Hedley has the arts running through her veins. As director of the Contemporary Art Society between 1993 and 2006 she created two ground breaking Lottery funded collection development funds for 25 UK museums. These funds offered opportunities for museum […]
I am currently researching into opportunities for disabled artists which conditions that prevent them from attending events, appointments etc. I was hoping that you would be kind enough to offer your thoughts / experience / ideas formed by one of the questions below. You […]
I have been given the opportunity to curate two exhibitions in the studio exhibition space at Harrington Mill Studios in Long Eaton. I have co-curated a couple of things before but, even in such a small gallery space, it is […]
The international curator and former director of Liverpool Biennial looks back on a year that, amongst many other things, saw him curate the third Folkestone Triennial.
It is not often I am so hurt and outraged by someone or something that I feel compelled to write about it, talk about it or even mention it. I would normally just brush it off or go sulk in […]
This will be the first time I have used this blog in the way it’s meant to be used, as a log of a project, or in this case an exhibition. I am showing in the ‘Recursive’ show, curated by […]
Kasper Konig, curator of Manifesta 10 in St Petersburg, has been describing the pressures of curating an art biennial in Putin’s Russia.
Stephanie Rosenthal, chief curator at the Hayward Gallery, has been announced as the new artistic director of the Biennale of Sydney.