few beers, a snack and a good chat with BENEDICT VANDAELE
Hatching the curatorial egg
This lecture focuses on the curatorial practice and is explained through various sub-themes. The etymology of the word curating and its history serve as a starting point to arrive at the contemporary practice. The different tasks of a curator are demonstrated through three personal projects. ‘Hatching the curatorial egg’ is mainly intended for people who have moderate to no experience in curating. During the lecture, many tips and tricks are shared to get started or to optimize your projects.
Benedict Vandaele is an art enthusiast with extensive experience and a strong academic record. He has a the Bachelor of Education in Mathematics and Project Cultural Education at Artevelde University College Ghent (2013), a Master of Art History at Ghent University (2018), and a postgraduate course in Curatorial Studies at KASK School of Arts, Ghent (2018). He worked together with a number of private and public institutions, including Bozar, Brussels; S.M.A.K., Ghent; Mu.ZEE, Ostend; Het Entrepot, Bruges; and others.
Mon 20/02 - 19h
Nieuwevaart 51 Gent