• 24 MAR
    Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
    Educacional
    Book Launch - The Shadowfiles: On Curatorial Education

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    • Educacional
    • Contemporaneo

    Fechas y horarios

    24 MAR 2013

    3 – 5 pm

    Lugar del evento

    Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

    Amsterdam
    Holanda

    Información

    The Stedelijk Museum and de Appel arts centre proudly present the launch of the new issue of the ongoing book series The Shadowfiles. This particular edition of The Shadowfiles focuses on the notion of curatorial education, revisiting de Appel arts centre’s Curatorial (Training) Programme, an educational program for emerging curators and exhibition-makers that was initiated in 1994. The book “The Shadowfiles: On Curatorial Education” discusses this specific program in relation to other curatorial education programs worldwide, as well as the emerging discourse on curatorial education in general. During this afternoon, special guest Kate Fowle (director at large of the New York-based Independent Curators International and chief curator of Moscow’s Garage Center for Contemporary Culture) will give a keynote lecture about how the brief history of curatorial education and pedagogies in curating can be evaluated, with respect to Maria Lind’s critique of curatorial programs in her essay for The Shadowfiles.

    The key-note lecture by Kate Fowle will be followed by a discussion panel with Ruth Noack (Royal College of Art, London), Annie Fletcher (Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, alumnus Curatorial Programme de Apel arts centre) and Christina Li (free lance curator, alumnus Curatorial Programme de Appel arts centre), moderated by Hendrik Folkerts (Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.

    The Stedelijk Museum and de Appel arts centre proudly present the launch of the new issue of the ongoing book series The Shadowfiles. This particular edition of The Shadowfiles focuses on the notion of curatorial education, revisiting de Appel arts centre’s Curatorial (Training) Programme, an educational program for emerging curators and exhibition-makers that was initiated in 1994. The book “The Shadowfiles: On Curatorial Education” discusses this specific program in relation to other curatorial education programs worldwide, as well as the emerging discourse on curatorial education in general. During this afternoon, special guest Kate Fowle (director at large of the New York-based Independent Curators International and chief curator of Moscow’s Garage Center for Contemporary Culture) will give a keynote lecture about how the brief history of curatorial education and pedagogies in curating can be evaluated, with respect to Maria Lind’s critique of curatorial programs in her essay for The Shadowfiles.

    The key-note lecture by Kate Fowle will be followed by a discussion panel with Ruth Noack (Royal College of Art, London), Annie Fletcher (Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, alumnus Curatorial Programme de Apel arts centre) and Christina Li (free lance curator, alumnus Curatorial Programme de Appel arts centre), moderated by Hendrik Folkerts (Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam) - See more at: http://www.stedelijk.nl/en/40051/book-launch-the-shadowfiles-on-curatorial-education#sthash.eA0mwnLN.dpuf

    The Stedelijk Museum and de Appel arts centre proudly present the launch of the new issue of the ongoing book series The Shadowfiles. This particular edition of The Shadowfiles focuses on the notion of curatorial education, revisiting de Appel arts centre’s Curatorial (Training) Programme, an educational program for emerging curators and exhibition-makers that was initiated in 1994. The book “The Shadowfiles: On Curatorial Education” discusses this specific program in relation to other curatorial education programs worldwide, as well as the emerging discourse on curatorial education in general. During this afternoon, special guest Kate Fowle (director at large of the New York-based Independent Curators International and chief curator of Moscow’s Garage Center for Contemporary Culture) will give a keynote lecture about how the brief history of curatorial education and pedagogies in curating can be evaluated, with respect to Maria Lind’s critique of curatorial programs in her essay for The Shadowfiles.

    The key-note lecture by Kate Fowle will be followed by a discussion panel with Ruth Noack (Royal College of Art, London), Annie Fletcher (Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, alumnus Curatorial Programme de Apel arts centre) and Christina Li (free lance curator, alumnus Curatorial Programme de Appel arts centre), moderated by Hendrik Folkerts (Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam)

    More information about “The Shadowfiles: On Curatorial Education”:
    The Shadowfiles is a periodical published by de Appel arts centre, focused on the non-public side of de Appel's activities. This edition is edited by Ann Demeester, Edna van Duyn, and Hendrik Folkerts (guest editor)
    160 pages, €15,-

    Order online (starting March 24): http://www.deappel.nl/publications/

    Authors: Saskia Bos, Clare Butcher, Ann Demeester, Victoire Dubruel, Edna van Duyn, Annie Fletcher, Hendrik Folkerts, Kate Fowle, Natasha Ginwala, Teresa Gleadowe, Moosje Goosen, Martin Grossmann, Nathalie Hartjes, Jens Hoffmann, Geeta Kapur, Jacob Korczynski, Direlia Lazo, Christina Li, Maria Lind, Viktor Misiano, Philippe Pirotte, Simon Sheikh, Marko Stamenkovic, Alec Steadman, Adam Szymczyk, Javier Villa, Nikita Yingqian Cai.

    Design: Marius Hofstede
    Cover illustration: Parra

    - See more at: http://www.stedelijk.nl/en/40051/book-launch-the-shadowfiles-on-curatorial-education#sthash.eA0mwnLN.dpuf

    The Stedelijk Museum and de Appel arts centre proudly present the launch of the new issue of the ongoing book series The Shadowfiles. This particular edition of The Shadowfiles focuses on the notion of curatorial education, revisiting de Appel arts centre’s Curatorial (Training) Programme, an educational program for emerging curators and exhibition-makers that was initiated in 1994. The book “The Shadowfiles: On Curatorial Education” discusses this specific program in relation to other curatorial education programs worldwide, as well as the emerging discourse on curatorial education in general. During this afternoon, special guest Kate Fowle (director at large of the New York-based Independent Curators International and chief curator of Moscow’s Garage Center for Contemporary Culture) will give a keynote lecture about how the brief history of curatorial education and pedagogies in curating can be evaluated, with respect to Maria Lind’s critique of curatorial programs in her essay for The Shadowfiles.

    The key-note lecture by Kate Fowle will be followed by a discussion panel with Ruth Noack (Royal College of Art, London), Annie Fletcher (Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, alumnus Curatorial Programme de Apel arts centre) and Christina Li (free lance curator, alumnus Curatorial Programme de Appel arts centre), moderated by Hendrik Folkerts (Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam)

    More information about “The Shadowfiles: On Curatorial Education”:
    The Shadowfiles is a periodical published by de Appel arts centre, focused on the non-public side of de Appel's activities. This edition is edited by Ann Demeester, Edna van Duyn, and Hendrik Folkerts (guest editor)
    160 pages, €15,-

    Order online (starting March 24): http://www.deappel.nl/publications/

    Authors: Saskia Bos, Clare Butcher, Ann Demeester, Victoire Dubruel, Edna van Duyn, Annie Fletcher, Hendrik Folkerts, Kate Fowle, Natasha Ginwala, Teresa Gleadowe, Moosje Goosen, Martin Grossmann, Nathalie Hartjes, Jens Hoffmann, Geeta Kapur, Jacob Korczynski, Direlia Lazo, Christina Li, Maria Lind, Viktor Misiano, Philippe Pirotte, Simon Sheikh, Marko Stamenkovic, Alec Steadman, Adam Szymczyk, Javier Villa, Nikita Yingqian Cai.

    Design: Marius Hofstede
    Cover illustration: Parra

    - See more at: http://www.stedelijk.nl/en/40051/book-launch-the-shadowfiles-on-curatorial-education#sthash.eA0mwnLN.dpuf

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