- Jan 31: Introduction
- Feb 7: Curating (Meet at 135 Thayer)
- Feb 14: Museums
- Feb 21: No Class (Long Weekend)
- Feb 28: Granoff Installation
- March 6: Granoff Exhibition Critique
- March 13: Institutional Critique
- March 20: Alternative Spaces
- Mar 27: No Class (Spring Break)
- April 3: Curious Propositions
- April 10: Biennials
- April 24: Walking the Line
- May 1: Walking the Line Critique
- May 8: Conclusion
Review Course Outline and Syllabus.
Look at student work from years past:
+ Left to Chance by Alexandra Chemla
+ Sight Lines by Kimberly Arcand, Montana Blanco, Craig Dermody, and Micah Salkind
+ Green Screen by Jordan Carter, Joe de Jonge, Amy Lehrburger, and Danielle Sheridan
+ Gallery on Foot by Jack Horkings, Hollis Mickey, Sophia Narrett, and Jeff Sanford
+ OSMOSA by Deborah Abramson, Kiera Feldman, and Davis Jung
+ View More Photos of Taylor (8), by Taylor Friedman
Visit Bell Gallery.
Tour Granoff with Chira Delsesto.
Work on Granoff Exhibition.
+ Fowle, Kate. "Who Cares: Understanding the Role of the Curator Today," 2007.
+ Carolee Thea: “Here Time Becomes Space: A Conversation with Harald Szeemann,” Year? Keep?
+ Hans-Ulrich Obrist: Interviews with Walter Hopps and Lucy Lippard. Year?
+ Mary Jane Jacobs, "Making Space for Art," 2007. Keep?
+ Schaffner, Ingrid. "Wall Text," 2007.
Presentations 1 & 2:
+ Göran Schildt, "The Idea of the Museum," 1962.
+ Harold Rosenberg, "The Museum Today," 1973.
+ John Fisher, "mUSEums," 1988.
Work on Granoff Exhibition
Read on your own:
+ Becker, Howard S. "Art Worlds and Collective Activity."
+ Julian Stallabrass, "A Zone of Freedom?" 2004.
Work on Granoff Installation
March 13: Institutional Critique
+ Pierre Bourdieu and Alain Darbel, "Cultural Works and Cultivated Disposition," 1969.
+ Douglas Crimp," 1980.
Start thinking about Curious Propositions
March 20: Alternative Spaces
+ Julie Ault: “Of Several Minds Over Time,” 2010.
+ Pablo Helguera: “Alternative Time and Instant Audience (The Public Program as an Alternative Space,” 2010.
Presentations 9 & 10
+ Sarah Thornton, "The Biennale," 2008.
+ Pascal Gielen, “The Biennale: A Post-Institution for Immaterial Labor,” 2009.
April 24: Walking the Line
Presentations 11 & 12
Work on Walking the Line projects