Curatorial Studio

I am taking part in the second year of Curatorial Studio, devised by Kirsteen MacDonald & supported by SCAN

Curatorial Studio is a unique peer-learning and development programme that supports curators based in Scotland in the early stages of their career. With a national scope and international outlook, the programme encourages participants to reflect critically on their own work and develop new approaches. Participants work together to engage with relevant theory, test ideas and gain new skills to develop their individual practices and interactions with audiences. The participants are selected through an open call process.

Curatorial Studio 2017 began this month as one of group of eight participants, Peter AmooreYvonne BillimoreBen CallaghanCamila CrostaNikki KaneJohn McDougall & Anastasia Philimonos who work in varied contexts across Scotland from Aberdeenshire to Edinburgh. During five intensive sessions we will explore the identity of the contemporary curator, the possibilities and limitations of the exhibition, and relationships between writing and curating.

Read my blog about this first session: Our Future Network.

Before beginning to study the laws and principles of Pantomime, we must first put the body in fit condition to express our emotions in the highest and most artistic manner.
— from Gesture and pantomimic action by Florence A. Fowle Adams