Laura Blereau

Based in New Orleans, Laura Blereau is the Curator and Coordinator of Academic Programming at the Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane University, where she works on exhibitions that highlight women artists, socially engaged art practices, and a collection that contextualizes the Newcomb Pottery movement. Her most recent major projects include “Laura Anderson Barbata: Transcommunality” (2021), “Brandan ‘Bmike’ Odums: Not Supposed 2-Be Here” (2020), the traveling group exhibition “Per(Sister): Incarcerated Women in Louisiana“ (2019), and “Fallen Fruit: Empire” (2018). Previously Blereau served as Curator of the Hilliard University Art Museum, a 12,000 square foot exhibition space at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, where she initiated a series of single-channel video art exhibitions and curated a wide range of projects including the kinetic sculpture retrospective “Lin Emery: A Movement, 1957-2017.“

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Manfred Mohr and the Technological Avant Garde

Manfred Mohr, a pioneering artist of the digital art genre, will speak about his practice with curator Laura Blereau.

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Curatorial Intensive Symposium

Participants in ICI’s fall Curatorial Intensive present new exhibition proposals in a daylong symposium.

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Curating Performance

Organized from November 13–22, 2011 in association with the visual art performance organization Performa, the Curatorial Intensive will use the Performa 11 biennial as a platform to explore how curating performance art is being theorized and implemented today.

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