Part I: Group Discussion – Exhibition Format and Vision Today we had a discussion in a new group about the methodology and objectives of our exhibition. My exhibition is related to people and the environment, and my interaction with the audience takes the form of enabling them to interact and participate in the exhibition through […]

#My curatorial rationale Part I: Why I came up with this theme? At the beginning of the curatorial class, Dr. JL gave us a concept: small but beautiful. This concept fits very well with the miniature world exhibition that I have always been very interested in. I have always admired an artist from Japan – […]

Part I: Short Talk on Case Studies We started the session with a review of each of our chosen themes and project art areas, while Beth gave us a few valuable case studies, one from Glasgow University and one from Bard College, as well as some of the projects she has worked on: a series […]

Part I: About the seminar During this workshop with Beth, we understood the overall content and effect we needed to present in the final curatorial project. In addition to the project book, we needed to develop our own individual and group timetables and to refine some of the division of labour within the group. At […]

Part I: What is EMBASSY? EMBASSY is an artist-led organisation based in Edinburgh that seeks to support early career artists, through the facilitation of exhibitions, commissioning opportunities, events and a public facing programming. EMBASSY was established in 2003 and since then has been run by a rolling non-hierarchical committee. Part II: What have we talked […]

 Thinking about my theme:   Regarding the thinking about the theme, I remember that Dr. JL conveyed a concept to us from the first class: small is beautiful. In daily life, I am a person who pays attention to details. I will pay great attention to those things in the eyes of ordinary people “Small” […]

Part I: About visiting Talbot Rice Gallery   We followed the spatial sequence of this exhibition hall when we visited it. First, we entered the area located on the 2nd floor, which presents a distribution of small and large spaces for the exhibition throughout the venue. When we entered the distribution in the white dome, […]

In group discussions, you will consider a range of example organisation’s vision, aims, ethics and values. You will also discuss their working practices and their local and global context (these examples are outlined below according to your Group). You will also consider how these commitments manifest through public programming, curation, curatorial themes, accessibility/availability of the […]

Part I: Discuss the organization   At the beginning of the class, Dr. JL asked us to have a discussion about the gallery or the exhibition we visited. In our group, we selected some different organizations for exhibitions. Like the Scottish National Gallery, the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, and so on. I visited […]

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