Curatorship in art does not merely refer to a profession for managing precisely a physical art space or putting together a particular art exhibition or an art event, but also carries with it a spectrum of underlying notions including a wealth of knowledge that is accumulated through time and experience, an awareness towards surrounding environment, an ability to draw on a versatile approach to perceive diverse cultural phenomena and strategies to convey corresponding interpretations.
This Lecture Series is designed to open up a window to the profession of curatorship, providing participants with a sophisticated view and an in-depth discussion towards the subjects centering upon and revolving around curatorship. The Series suggests ways, from a holistic angle, to comprehend the profession of curatorship and to apprehend the world from a curatorial perspective.
Hong Kong Art School (HKAS) launches this First Lecture Series on Curatorship between 16 and 20 March 2016.
Being conducted a week prior to the Art Basel Hong Kong 2016, this First Series is going to equip participants with distinctive knowledge and inspiring ideas to fully enjoy and to further interpret the exciting international art events to be held during the period.
- The Open Burble from Singapore Biennale 2006. Courtesy of HKAS