This intensive remote-learning course is designed to introduce the history and theory of curating as well as the processes, procedures utilized by curators and other professionals in the art exhibition making. Through a series of interactive lectures held by artist Marysia Lewandowska, students will be able to develop an intimate understanding of historical curatorial practice and of the most recent developments in curating contemporary art today. The course investigates a variety of approaches to curating, from the fundamental questions related to its social and cultura TEACHING: The remote learning experience includes lectures, seminar participation and discussions. The course provides unique opportunities for direct student engagement with arts professionals, as well an extensive array of discussion forums. The teaching is intensive and supportive, with an emphasis on individual learning, developing a broad range of knowledges and understanding related to curating and its ethics.
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January 25, 2021 - February 10, 2021
- $490.00 program fee (one-time)
STRUCTURE: The course is taught remotely and divided into 6 sessions. 1. Artist as Curator 2.Publishing as Public Practice 3.Social Cinema 4.Rehearsing the Museum 5.Archive as Lexicon 6.Ethics of Distribution. Distribution of Ethics School for Curatorial Studies Venice San Marco 3073 Venezia 30124 www.corsocuratori.com +39 0412770466 email@example.com
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