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Curatorial Intensive Accra 2017

Apr 19 – 25, 2017

Accra, Ghana
Foundation for Contemporary Art–Ghana (FCA)

Accra, Ghana

In April 2017, ICI organized the inaugural Curatorial Intensive in Accra, Ghana, in collaboration with Foundation for Contemporary Art–Ghana (FCA).


Independent Curators International (ICI), en collaboration avec Foundation for Contemporary Art–Ghana (FCA), a présenté la « Curatorial Intensive » pour la première fois à Accra, Ghana.

Participants
Bruno Alves de Almeida

Bruno Alves de Almeida (b. 1987, Brazil/ Portugal) is a curator and architect.

Juliana Caffé

Juliana Caffé (b. São Paulo, 1983) is a curator and researcher on contemporary art.

Joseph Gergel

Joseph Gergel is an independent curator and art adviser based in Lagos, Nigeria.

Frank Kofi Gyabeng

Frank Kofi Gyabeng is an independent curator based in Kumasi, Ghana.

Rose Jepkorir Kiptum

Rose Jepkorir Kiptum is the co-curator of Wanakuboeka Feelharmonic, Naijographia, and 28 Words in Maputo.

Isaac Osei Kwadwo

Isaac Osei Kwadwo is multimedia storyteller, who believes in telling stories from a global perspective.

Kabelo Malatsie

Malatsie lives and works in Johannesburg. She worked as an associate in the curatorial team at Stevenson gallery in Cape Town and Johannesburg from 2011 until 2016.

Mavis Tetteh-Ocloo

Mavis Tetteh-Ocloo is an independent curator based in Accra, Ghana.

Ernestine White

Ernestine White is the Curator of African art at the Brooklyn Museum. 

Raquel Wilson

Raquel Wilson is an independent curator and anthropologist that explores the mutation of traditional into contemporary art forms across cultures.

Facilitators
Renaud Proch

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

María del Carmen Carrión

María del Carmen Carrión is an independent curator and art critic from Quito, who received an MA from the Curatorial Practice Program at California College of the Arts, in San Francisco, and taught at Universidad Católica in Quito.

Jimmy Ogonga

Jimmy Ogonga is an artist and producer, working intermittently between art production and curatorial practice.

Kwasi Ohene-Ayeh

Kwasi Ohene-Ayeh is a curator and critic based in Kumasi, Ghana.

Jay Pather

Jay Pather is a choreographer, curator and academic. Based in Cape Town, he is an Associate Professor and directs the Institute for Creative Arts at UCT, curates Infecting the City Public Art Festival and the ICA Live Art Festival.

Jeebesh Bagchi

Jeebesh Bagchi, along with Monica Narula and Shuddha Sengupta, is a member of Raqs Media Collective.

Nana Oforiatta-Ayim

Nana Oforiatta Ayim is a writer, filmmaker, and art historian based in Accra, Ghana.

Adwoa Amoah

Adwoa Amoah is a Ghanaian artist who lives and works in Accra.

Ato Annan

Ato Annan is an artist and currently a Co–Director for the Foundation for Contemporary Art-Ghana.

About Foundation for Contemporary Art–Ghana (FCA)
Foundation for Contemporary Art–Ghana is a network of artists created in 2004 to offer a platform for the critical presentation, knowledge sharing and promotion of contemporary art in Ghana. FCA provides the resources necessary for the growth of artists creatively and intellectually. This is done through exhibitions, workshops, seminars, artist presentations, residencies, and publications. It also seeks to push the boundaries of what is regarded as art in Ghana and create new audiences for contemporary art.


Qu'est-ce que Foundation for Contemporary Art-Ghana (FCA) ?
Foundation for Contemporary Art–Ghana est un réseau artistique crée en 2004 comme plateforme de soutien a la présentation critique, l’échange de savoir, et la promotion de l’art contemporain au Ghana. FCA offre les ressources nécessaires a l’essor créatif et intellectuel des artistes — par l’intermédiaire d’expositions, de séminaires, d’ateliers, de présentations et résidences d’artistes, ainsi que des publications. FCA cherche également a étendre le champs de l’art au Ghana, et de créer de nouveaux publics pour l’art contemporain.


Credits
The Curatorial Intensive was made possible in part by grants from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the Ford Foundation, the Hartfield Foundation, the Institut Français, and by generous contributions from Mercedes Vilardell and ICI’s Leadership Council, the ICI Board of Trustees, the ICI Gerrit Lansing Education Fund, and the supporters of ICI’s Access Fund.

Proposals
Proposals