Online Courses on Contemporary Curating

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Online Courses on Contemporary Curating
Welcome to the Online Courses on Contemporary Curating. We are part of the Zurich University of the Arts, Switzerland, Continuing Education. These courses are created and organised within the platform of the Postgraduate Programme in Curating – led by Prof Dr Dorothee Richter and Ronald Kolb, MA – the affiliated online publication OnCurating.org, and the PhD in Practice in Curating programme.
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23 Oct + 30 Oct 2021

Training for the Not-Yet: Imagination as a Collective Exercise of Care

Lecturer: Jeanne van Heeswijk

Online Course

6 Nov + 13 Nov 2021

Practical Strategies for Founding an Off-Space

Lecturer: Ella Krivanek

Online Course

20 Nov + 27 Nov 2021

Curating and Money

Lecturer: Martin Fritz

Online Course

4 Dec + 11 Dec 2021

Curating Performance and Performativity as Curatorial Method

Lecturer: Sarah Spies, PhD

Online Course

15 Jan + 22 Jan 2022

Entering the Conversation: The Nuts and Bolts of Academic Writing

Lecturer: Stephanie Carwin

Online Course

29 Jan + 5 Feb 2022

Curating to Speak the Unknown

Lecturer: Antonio Cataldo

Online Course

12 Feb + 26 Feb 2022

Approaches to Feminist and Queer Curating

Lecturer: Laura Castagnini

Online Course

12 March + 19 March 2022

Curating (Short) Film

Lecturer: Laura Walde

Online Course

26 Mar + 2 Apr 2022

Environmental Thinking in Artistic and Curatorial Practices

Lecturer: Emanuele Guidi

Online Course

Contradictions of Capital, Curating, and Care

Lecturer: Sascia Bailer

Online Course

Metabolic Art Criticism

Lecturer: Rosalyn D’Mello

Online Course

Processing Artistic and Curatorial Research

Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Basak Senova

Online Course

Rural Agonistics and Collaboration as Curatorial Method

Lecturer: Katalin Erdődi

Online Course

9 Oct + 16 Oct 2021

Curating and Law

Lecturer: Martin Fritz