Author: Kneel, Mulholland: Drive!

https://www.eca.ed.ac.uk/profile/professor-neil-mulholland

Semester 1 Weeks 1-4 and Weeks 6-9 Unless otherwise stated, this is where we will be meeting each week. Mondays 10:00-12:30 Themes in Contemporary Art | Class meets at 10:00am in: R.02B, Hunter Building, Lauriston (link) Tuesdays 10:00-12:30 Contemporary Art & Opem Learning | Class meets in 1.03, 7-8 Chambers Street, Central (link) Wednesdays 10:00-12:30 […]

CAA has engaged in a year long 50th anniversary celebration of feminism and art, culminating in a program and reception at Boston University’s Joan and Edgar Booth Theatre on Friday, September 23, 2022 at 4 p.m ET. This program will reflect on the incredible history of feminist pioneers at the organization while looking toward a […]

Reimagining Platforms is a new collaboration between The University of Edinburgh and University of Toronto. It is a one-day symposium taking place at the University of Edinburgh on October 31, 2022 that will bring academics and community and local partners together to develop methods and concepts to analyze the different futures and possibilities of platforms […]

We are delighted to announce the first event of the History of Art Research Seminar Programme for academic year 2022/23, which will a host series of live and online events. Our first seminar will be with the acclaimed international Taiwanese Artist Tehching Hsieh, on Wednesday 21st September @ 17:15 with at talk titled TEHCHING HSIEH […]

Portfolio Practice discussion with Gerrie van Noord and Richard Nash on the 19th May. RCA, London, 19th May 2022: https://lnkd.in/eu98PwaH In this free talk Gerrie, Gary and Richard will discuss the importance of art direction, critical writing and content curation in the construction of a portfolio.    

Cindy Sissokho  will deliver a live online lecture on Friday 4 March  11:30 – 12:30 via Zoom Cindy Sissokho (b. Montreuil/France) is a cultural producer, curator and writer with a specific interest in intellectual, political and artistic aspects of decoloniality within the arts, and culture. Her work is nurtured by the urgency to broadening and […]

Friday Talk Lecture and Workshop this Semester will be on Friday 18 February with artist Fabian Villegas both events will be delivered live online via Zoom. Fabian Villegas writer, journalist, spoken word artist, Scholar and Researcher in South epistemologies, Decolonial thoughts and Racial Studies, born in Mexico City. Geopolitics, intersectionality, epistemologies of communication and testimonial […]

Date: February 17, 2022, 2-5:15pm CET Concepts are theoretical tools. They “do work” as they carve out phenomena or objects, and propose a perspective on the phenomenon or object thus established. As such, concepts are inherently creative and potentially critical: they provide meaning, establish connections, and generate reflection and perhaps debate. The world today invites […]

Episode 2 of Taxi Drivers https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m00145lc The late painter Lucian Freud once referred to himself as the passenger who knows where he wants to go and his printmaker as the taxi driver who knows how to get him there. In this episode, the artist, performer and broadcaster, Scottee learns more about that important but sometimes […]

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