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Curatorial Intensive New York Fall 2013

Oct 6 – 15, 2013

New York, NY, USA

New York, NY

This October in New York, Independent Curators International (ICI) unveils the Curatorial Intensive: Curating Time-Based Media.

The ten-day professional development program allows curators to discuss, among colleagues, the concepts, logistics, and challenges of organizing exhibitions. Topics under discussion include new formats for durational projects, collecting and conservation, remaking historical work, and commissioning new pieces. Central to all sessions are conversations discerning audience members and the public, working with artists, and the consideration of time and space concerning programming.

Caroline Ferreira

After studying law and art history, Caroline Ferreira worked in various institutions from Jeu de Paume, to Institut Français as well as cultural attachée at the French Embassy in London.

Holly Harrison

Holly Harrison serves as Curatorial Assistant in the Contemporary Art Department at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Arnau Horta

Arnau Horta is an independent curator, art critic, journalist and researcher.

Euridice Kala

Euridice Kala (Maputo, 1987) is an artist currently based in Paris.

Tasja Langenbach

Tasja Langenbach studied Art History and Cultural Sciences in Erlangen and Leipzig, Germany and Barcelona, Spain.

Beth Malone

Beth Malone is the founding director of Dashboard Co-op, a curatorial venture that activates raw space with immersive art.

Erik Martinson

Erik Martinson (b. 1980) is an independent curator based in Toronto, Canada.

Elizabeth Matheson

Elizabeth Matheson, President of Strandline Curatorial Collective, has fifteen years of experience as an independent curator, lecturer, and writer in the field of contemporary art/film/media.

Melissa Pellico

Melissa Pellico has held curatorial and research positions at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), the Long Beach Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Los Angeles, and the Sundance Institute.

Matthew Perkins

Matthew Perkins is an Australian curator, writer, and artist with a specialized interest in advancing the awareness of historical Australian video art.

Christine Ramsay

Dr. Christine Ramsay is Associate Professor in Film Studies (University of Regina).

Thaís Rivitti

Thaís Rivitti is an art critic and curator that lives and works in São Paulo, Brazil.

Linsey Young

Linsey Young is a curator based in London and Glasgow.

Renaud Proch

Renaud Proch is Independent Curators International (ICI)’s Executive & Artistic Director.

Stephen Vitiello
Stephen Vitiello is a sound and media artist whose sound installations have been presented internationally both in public spaces and museums.
María del Carmen Carrión

María del Carmen Carrión is Project Manager for the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Research Institute for the Study of Art from Latin America, at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Michael Connor

Michael Connor is a curator and media historian based in New York.

Ana Janevski

Ana Janevski is currently Curator in the Department of Media and Performance Art at The Museum of Modern Art.

Bradford Nordeen

Bradford Nordeen is the founder of Dirty Looks, a monthly platform for queer experimental film and video and the site-specific off-shoot series, Dirty Looks: On Location, a month of queer interventions in New York City spaces.

Chrissie Iles

Chrissie Iles is the Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

Gridthiya Gaweewong

Gridthiya Gaweewong founded arts organization Project 304 in 1996, and is currently Artistic Director of the Jim Thompson Art Center, Bangkok.

Philip Bither

Philip Bither has been Walker Art Center’s Senior Curator of Performing Arts since 1997, overseeing one of the country's leading contemporary performing arts programs.

The Curatorial Intensive was made possible in part by grants from the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation, the Dedalus Foundation, and the Hartfield Foundation; and by generous contributions from Toby Devan Lewis, the ICI Board of Trustees, the ICI Gerrit Lansing Education Fund, and the supporters of ICI's Access Fund. The fall program is also supported by the Asian Cultural Council.