What Do Exhibitions Want?: Four Manifestos of Curatorial PracticeWhat Do Exhibitions Want?: Four Manifestos of Curatorial Practicehttp://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/124261Stokes 102 - Humanities Center2010-04-09T10:00:002010-04-09T12:30:00
April 9,2010 10:00AM–12:30PM
Stokes 102 - Humanities Center
The John B. Hurford ’60 Humanities Center is pleased to present a colloquium on exhibition-making, to be led by four distinguished curators based in diverse institutional locations—liberal arts college, research university, civic museum, alternative/ artist-run space. Each participant will present a manifesto of curatorial practice. These presentations will be followed by an open conversation among the four presenters and audience members, considering the role of the curator in cultivating visual culture across disciplinary boundaries; the institutional elements necessary to integrate the display of art objects within a wider programmatic framework of interdisciplinary inquiry, experimentation, critique, or activism; and the purpose(s) of exhibitions in this contemporary moment of media dissemination, social networking, and other “ethereal” forms.
Ian Berry Curator, The Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College Julie Joyce Curator of Contemporary Art, Santa Barbara Museum of Art Aaron Levy Executive Director and Chief Curator, Slought Foundation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Ingrid Schaffner Senior Curator, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania
Free and open to the public; lunch to follow in the Center For Peace & Global Citizenship (CPGC) Café, Stokes 104.
Supported by a grant from the Mellon Arts Residency Fund and the John B. Hurford ’60 Humanities Center, Haverford College. Questions? Please contact James Weissinger, Associate Director, Hurford Humanities Center (email@example.com). haverford.edu/hhc haverford.edu/exhibits
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