2018 Curatorial Intensive in Bangkok: Public Symposium
Sunday, October 28, 2018
Ayara Hall, 2nd Fl,
Jim Thompson House Museum
6 Kasemsan 2, Rama 1 Road Phatumwan, Bangkok
FREE and open to the public
This day-long symposium concludes the inaugural ICI Curatorial Intensive in Bangkok. The panel discussion will addresses the question of “Why Curators?” thinking through the need for curatorial work today, it’s effects on artists and cultures. The Curatorial Intensive Sessions provide a platform for each of the 2018 Bangkok CI participants to present the project they have been developing over the course of the program. These will be presented in small groups, reflecting the intimacy of the intensive and briefly discussed.
12:00pm-12:15pm Welcome remarks
Gridthiya Gaweewong, Artistic Director, Jim Thompson Art Center, Bangkok
Professor Dr. Bussakorn Binson, Dean of Faculty of Fine and Applied Art, Chulalongkorn University
12:15pm-1:15pm Panel Discussion
Ellie Buttrose, Associate Curator of Contemporary International Art at the Queensland Art Gallery
Mari Spirito, Founding Director, Protocinema, Istanbul
Amanda Parmer, Director of Programs, ICI
1:15pm-1:30pm Curatorial Intensive Opening remarks
Renaud Proch, ICI Executive Director
1:30pm-3:00pm Sessions 1 & 2
3:30pm-5:10pm Sessions 3 & 4
The Curatorial Intensive is a weeklong professional development program which brings together emerging curators for the opportunity to exchange ideas, develop their curatorial practice, and learn from their colleagues. Please click here for more details.
Participants include: Pojai Akratanakul (Bangkok, Thailand), Latifa Al Khalifa (West Riffa, Bahrain), Jia Yun Cheng (Singapore), Abhijan Gupta (Bangkok, Thailand), Shih-yu Hsu (Tai Pei, Taiwan), Melissa Karmen Lee (Ho Man Tin, Hong Kong), Jimin Lee (Seoul, South Korea), Lila Nazemian (New York, USA), Emilia Quiñones-Otal (Caguas, Puerto Rico), Arham Rahman (Yogyakarta, Indonesia), Ulya Soley (Istanbul, Turkey), Randel C. Urbano (Quezon City, Philippines), Wilson Yeung Chun Wai (Melbourne, Australia)
This event is free and open to the public.