What Is the Process?

Ten Fundamental Questions of Curating Chapter 9 Points of Interest (See Slides on Curatorial Process Page)

What About Responsibility?

Ten Fundamental Questions of Curating Chapter 8 Points of Interest When curating, one should pay tribute to the lives of artwork and artist by practicing responsible curating practices….

What To Do with the Contemporary?

Ten Fundamental Questions of Curating Chapter 7 Points of Interest Contemporary art is not confined to a singular time but is rather a reflection of the shifts and…

Why Mediate Art?

Ten Fundamental Questions of Curating Chapter 6 Points of Interest To mediate is to transfer something from one party to another – the transmission of a message. While…

What Is an Exhibit?

Ten Fundamental Questions of Curating Chapter 5 Points of Interest An exhibit is an organized presentation of a collection of items to a public. There are different ways…

What About Collecting?

Ten Fundamental Questions of Curating Chapter 4 Points of Interest Artistic practices influence collecting practices. Curators should research their collections. Give a collection visibility by using curatorial rationale….

What Is Art?

Ten Fundamental Questions of Curating Chapter 3 Points of Interest The future of art is connected to language. Art as it has been known is changing and shifting….

What Is the Public?

Ten Fundamental Questions of Curating Chapter 2 Points of Interest “Ostensibly ‘the public’ is that for whom the exhibition is made – that into which art’s institutional, social,…

What Is a Curator?

Ten Fundamental Questions of Curating Chapter 1 Points of Interest Many curators tend to focus on curating items they already posses rather than looking for new items. This…