Learning

17-19 March 2009

When is Feminism in Curating?

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

Education Program

26 October–30 November 2020

Course: Art as Politics [Rerun on Request]

Due to popular demand, BAK Public Studies offers yet another rerun of the online course Art as Politics, taking place on the following dates: 26 October & 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30 November 2020. This digital extension of BAK Public Studies, taught by Maria Hlavajova, is prompted by the urgency to continue collective thinking through, learning about, and imagining critical, politically-informed artistic practices that grasp—and intervene into—the present.

Exhibition

30 September–11 October 2020

HKU MA Fine Art Graduation Show: If Not Now

From 30 September–11 October 2020, BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht hosts If Not Now, the graduation exhibition of the 2018−2020 MA Fine Art class of HKU University of the Arts Utrecht, curated by Katia Krupennikova.