Curating Art after New Media – Professional Development Course
18-24 Feb 2018, Central London
This intensive week-long course in London is aimed at curators, exhibition organisers, educators and others working with contemporary art. The course will critically examine how contemporary curating can best match contemporary art practices. Book online at: http://onlinestore.sunderland.ac.uk/product-catalogue/short-courses/short-courses/curating-art-after-new-media-professional-development-short-course
Furtherfield Marc Garrett, Co-Director: Collaborative or participatory curatorial practice (DIWO methods, NODE.London festival, Superdiversity: Picturing Finsbury Park Katherine Stansfeld, http://commodify.us/ and “systems thinking”.
Barbican Art Gallery Neil McConnon, Head of Barbican International Enterprises: Managing big audiences and critical content. Machines Room Nat Hunter, Director: Critical Making, production. IMT Gallery Lindsay Friend, Director: Curating via Skype, video, and very odd cats.
ODI (Open Data Insitute) Hannah Redler, ODI Commissioning: Open Data, curating for an office space. Iniva Stephanie Moran, Library and Information Manager; Ting-Ting Cheng, Artist in Residence in Iniva Library: animating a collection, artistic interventions.
See also Instagrams from:
Tate Britain with Leyla Tahir, Tate Collectives Producer, Tate Digital, Rachel Noel, Young People’s Programmes, and Rebecca Sinker,
Convener Digital Learning: Audiences, and Curatorial Participation in a museum collection – valuing participation.
V&A with Douglas Dodds, Senior Curator in the V&A’s Word & Image Department; Melanie Lenz, Patric Prince Curator of Digital Art; Irini Papadimitriou, Programme Manager, Digital Programmes Department: Learning and Interpretation; Corinna Gardner, Curator of Contemporary Product Design Design, Architecture and Digital dept: On animating Logorist pasts, Digital Futures, and Pussy Hats.
And Robots at the Science Museum!
At Wellcome Collection with Danny Birchall, Digital Manager and Bárbara Rodríguez Muñoz, Curator. Discussing Bedlam, Voice, and
Carroll / Fletcher Gallery with Steve Fletcher, Co-Director, and
Jessica Cerasi, Exhibitions Manager, on legal and financial art systems.
Tenderpixel with Borbála Soós, Director and curator on research-led curating, and website as art venue.
Off to a great start with a Pecha Kucha, presentations, Philippe Parenno at the Tate Turbine Hall, and a nice meal!
I’m looking forward to this year’s London course starting 26 Feb 2017. New for this year: Iniva, Tenderpixel and Barbican. By way of online introductions to the course participants…
Connor Huntley: Exhibiting history, exhibiting media
Fikriyah Ibrahim, Kingdom of Brunei: Artist/Curator models, installation https://www.linkedin.com/in/fikriyah-hj-ibrahim-b10371107/
Ine Poppe, The Netherlands: Artist and film-maker – trans-disciplinary art and curating education http://poppeenpartners.nl/ www.wdka.nl/
Sheyda Porter: Artist/Curator models, collaborative models http://www.sheydaporter.com/
Janine Sykes: How curation practices can create informative (virtual and physical) environments and collective experiences https://uk.linkedin.com/in/janine-sykes-28448a13
Esther Walton: Public art installations, landscape.
Carly Whitaker, South Africa: Physical and digital environments – from a networked participation perspective www.carlywhitaker.co.za
Beryl Graham: CRUMB curating new media art research http://www.berylgraham.com
Dawn Bothwell: CRUMB Doctoral Researcher – intermedia curating and regional arts organisations http://dawnbothwell.hotglue.me/?curation.
Dani Admiss: CRUMB Doctoral Researcher – world building and curating http://daniadmiss.com/