Thanks to all who attended last night - another full house!
Next week the programme continues with a seminar exploring the notion of Curating in a Post-Disciplinary Age.
In a minor change to the programme, David Falkner, Director of Stanley Picker Gallery will now be in conversation with Stanley Picker Design Fellow Marloes ten Bhömer and Rebecca Davies, Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture, Kingston University.
We have also been able to add 2 more speakers to our discussion panel at the ICA.
We are looking forward to inviting Rachel Boak, Curator at Waddeston Manor and David Spence, Director of Programmes at the Museum of London to join David Falkner and Dr Alexandra Stara in conversation around role, discipline, space and public in contemporary curatorial practice.
Events Series. Curatorial Bodies: Role, Discipline, Space and Public in Contemporary Practice
30 January 5.30-7pm
Curating in a Post-Disciplinary Age
David Falkner, Director, Stanley Picker Gallery in conversation with Stanley Picker Design Fellow Marloes ten Bhömer (2011) and Rebecca Davies, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture, Kingston University
6th February 5.30 – 7pm, Stanley Picker Gallery
Curating, Pedagogy and the Active Spectator
Sofia Victorino, Daskalopoulos Head of Education and Public Programmes, Whitechapel Gallery
14 Feb, 6-8 pm Institute of Contemporary Arts, Studio
Discussion Workshop: Role, Discipline, Space and Public in Contemporary Curatorial Practice
An interactive discussion workshop guided by guest contributors including Rachel Boak, Curator at Waddeston Manor, David Falkner, Director at the Stanley Picker Gallery, David Spence, Director of Programmes at the Museum of London and Dr Alexandra Stara, Reader in the School of Architecture and Landscape at Kingston University
Attendance to all events is free. To book a space please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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