Learning

17-19 March 2009

When is Feminism in Curating?

Opening times

Wed 18 Mar 2009
Thu 19 Mar 2009

Tuesday 17 March, 11.00–12.45 hrs:
When is Feminism in Curating?

Thursday 19 March, 15.15–17.00 hrs:
Seminar

Required Reading:
-A Conversation between Emily Roysdon and JD Samson, ‘Art as a Proposition”, in: New Feminism, Worlds of Feminism, Queer and Networking Conditions, eds. Marina Grzinic, Rosa Reitsamer (Vienna: Löcker, 2008).
-Linda Nochlin, ‘Women Artists Then and Now: Painting, Sculpture and the Image of Self’, in: Global feminisms, New Directions in Contemporary Art, eds. Maura Reilly and Linda Nochlin, (New York: Brooklyn Museum, 2007) pp. 47-71.
-Cornelia Butler, ‘Art and feminism: An Ideology of Shifting criteria’, in: WHACK!, Art and the Feminist revolution, eds. Cornelia Butler and Lisa Gabrielle Mark, (Los Angeles: MIT Press, 2007) pp. 14-16.

In collaboration with

Suggestions from the archive

Exhibition

17 March 2018–31 August 2019

Museum as Parliament. The People’s Parliament of Rojava at the Van Abbemuseum

The Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven opens a space inspired by The People’s Parliament of Rojava, a project of the Democratic Self-Administration in Rojava, Northern-Syria, designed in collaboration with artist Jonas Staal and his New World Summit team. This project would not have been possible without the work of the New World Academy (2013–2016), co-founded by BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht, and Staal.

Exhibition

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Lecture, Conversation

Learning

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