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  • 2019.03.18

    當代策展的新挑戰―國際論壇暨青年策展工作坊 Curators’ Intensive Taipei 19: International Conference and Workshops


    ▶ 青年策展工作坊|公開徵選工作坊學員


    國家文化藝術基金會與臺北市立美術館今年(2019)將共同主辦「CIT19: 當代策展的新挑戰──國際論壇暨青年策展工作坊」。本計畫是由立方計劃空間策劃,將透過國際論壇與工作坊雙軌並行的方式,對應當代策展多元化的操作方式,創造國際性對話和交流平台。為使之發揮最大效益,主辦單位國藝會與北美館將主動與台灣不同藝術館所、藝術學院、策展專業者合作,並藉由各方資源的整合,在館所與專業教學經驗的基礎上開啟深度連結,並以此提供更多年輕策展人參與的機會。


    系列的青年策展工作坊將於5月至6月先行啟動,邀請台灣及國外的藝術專業人員/策展人(包括來自表演與視覺藝術領域、商業畫廊與非營利自主空間等不同場域的機構策展人、獨立策展人及研究者)共同協作指導,希望提供青年策展人學習、思辨與實踐的互動平台及多元對話場域。歡迎有志從事當代藝術專業策展的青年朋友們報名徵選。


    本工作坊由北師美術館主辦,臺北教育大學當代藝術評論與策展研究全英語碩士學位學程(CCSCA)共同參與策劃執行。


    國際論壇將以「當代策展的亞洲語境及其超越」為主題,於2019年10月11日至13日舉行,為期三天,詳細活動及內容將另行公佈。



    ▶ CIT19宗旨


    「當代策展的新挑戰──國際論壇暨青年策展工作坊」是國家文化藝術基金會「ARTWAVE─台灣國際藝術網絡平台」所推動成立的平台,聚焦於當代藝術策展專業,期望建立國際性對話場域、連結各地藝術專業工作者並形成交流網絡、致力於策展教育的深化。


    台灣「策展學」生根茁壯的二十年間,台北市立美術館一直都是策展實驗與策展人培養的前哨站。從1998年起的台北國際雙年展、威尼斯雙年展台灣館的辦理,到近年的典藏實驗展、策展徵件計畫的推動⋯⋯都顯示北美館在策展的知識累積與實踐上建構台灣展覽史與策展學知識體系的努力。


    CIT19將以台灣的文化內涵、地緣位置與歷史過程為輻輳重心,在亞洲脈絡下探索文化地緣關係中的策展(史)與方法學、策展人的社會職能與角色。並在跨文化融合發展及展演教育功能擴張的趨勢中,思考「策展」如何能同時在研究、展示、教習等複合角色中,鋪陳出有效力且具創造性的嶄新語境。



    ▶ 青年策展工作坊資訊


    青年策展工作坊共邀請 12 位講師,每場都由兩位來自台灣或國外的講師帶領,一起設計四小時的課程,透過具實驗性的方法和討論,展開對當代策展研究、實踐的多元觀點。


    ▶▶ 臉書活動頁面

    ▶▶ 課程及講師介紹

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    [申請截止日] 2019年4月15日



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    Curators’ Intensive Taipei 19: International Conference and Workshops


    ▶ Emerging Curators’ Workshops - Open Call for Applications


    The National Culture and Arts Foundation and the Taipei Fine Arts Museum will co-organize the Curators’ Intensive Taipei 19 this year. Programmed by TheCube Project Space, the CIT19 will proceed in a two-pronged fashion—international conference and workshops, insofar as to echo the diversification of contemporary curatorial approaches and forge a platform for international dialogue and exchange. To maximize the CIT19’s potential, the organizers will collaborate closely with art museums, galleries, academies and curators in Taiwan, providing young curators with great opportunities by means of resource pooling and on the basis of pioneers’ expertise and extensive experience.


    The international conference will be preceded by a concatenation of curators’ workshops scheduled in May and June 2019. Art practitioners/curators par excellence (incl. institutional curators, independent curators and researchers from performing arts, visual arts, commercial galleries and non-profit independent spaces) from Taiwan and abroad are invited to lead these workshops, in which the participants can learn, cogitate and put their ideas into practice through the group interaction and pluralistic dialogue that these workshops afford. We positively welcome applications from all young people who aspire to be a professional curator of contemporary art.


    The workshops will be hosted by the Museum of National Taipei University of Education and co-programmed by the Master’s Program in Critical and Curatorial Studies of Contemporary Art, National Taipei University of Education.

    Titled Contemporary Curating Rethink: In the Context of Asia and Beyond, the three-day international conference will take place from 11 to 13 October 2019. Details about the events and contents will be released at a later date.



    ▶ Objectives of the CIT19


    As a platform established by the ARTWAVE─Taiwan International Arts Network (an active agent for the National Culture and Arts Foundation), the Curators’ Intensive Taipei 19: International Conference and Workshops (CIT19) accentuates the profession of curating contemporary art, seeking to encourage international dialogue and build up a strong network of art practitioners from the four corners of the world, so as to get the curatorial education into a state of greater profoundness.


    In the 20 years’ root-taking and thriving development of the curatorial studies in Taiwan, the Taipei Fine Arts Museum has been a bellwether of curatorial experimentation and incubation. The museum’s endeavor to construct Taiwan’s history of curating and the system of curatorial knowledge has manifested itself in many major events and projects it orchestrated, such as the Taipei Biennial since 1998, the Taiwan Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, the experimental collection exhibitions in recent years, and the open call for curatorial proposals.


    Centering on Taiwan’s cultural heritage, geographical location and historical background, the CIT19 will not only explore the history and methodology of curating as well as the role and responsibility of a curator within the Asian context, but also stimulate reflections on how “curating,” while simultaneously in researchful, exhibitional and pedagogical roles, can lay out brand new contexts as effective as creative in face of the trends towards cross-cultural fusion and exhibition-based educational turn.


    ▶ Emerging Curators’ Workshops


    The six workshops feature a total of twelve lecturers from Taiwan and abroad. Each workshop will be led by two lecturers and last for four hours. The participants of these workshops will bring up their views about the studies and practice of contemporary curating for in-depth discussion in experimental ways.



    For more details about Curators’ Intensive Taipei 19: International Conference and Workshops:


    ▶▶ Facebook event page

    ▶▶ Lecturers and workshop introductions

    ▶▶ Application

    ▶▶ All applications should be made online. Those by post will be rejected. Please complete the 〔application form〕.


    [Deadline] 15 April, 2019 Before 23:59

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