Managing Curatorial Risk – Live Webinar
18 Nov 2020.
‘Managing Curatorial Risk’
Date: Wednesday 18 November
Time: 2:30-3:30pm (including 15 minutes of Q&A)
This live webinar introduces a new resource developed by NETS Victoria and Museums and Galleries of NSW (MGNSW) aimed to assist with curatorial risk management. The session will reflect upon exhibitions’ intent to incite conversation, new ideas and debate, while asking the question – what happens when exhibitions contain content that could be perceived to be controversial, provocative or have the potential to offend certain members of the community, audience or stakeholder groups? This session investigates ‘Conflict In My Outlook’ a current exhibition curated by Anna Briers which navigated this type of curatorial risk and brings together Chair Adam Harding, Director of CCP and Chair of NETS Victoria’s Artistic Program Advisory Committee; Presenters Anna Briers, Curator, University of Queensland Art Museum; Artist Xanthe Dobbie; and Rachel Arndt, Gallery Programs and Touring Exhibitions Manager, MGNSW. Join in to hear how the art community can express themselves freely, explore sensitive topics and push boundaries to incite meaningful conversations, while managing the risk process. This webinar will be live captioned.
Adam Harding (he/him) | Director CCP & Chair of Artistic Program Advisory Committee: NETS Victoria
Anna Briers (she/her) | Curator, University of Queensland Art Museum
Xanthe Dobbie (they/them) | Artist
Rachel Arndt (she/her) | Gallery Programs and Touring Exhibitions Manager, Museums and Galleries of NSW
Registrations close at 5pm on Monday 16 November
This event is part of The 2020 Curatorial Intensive ‘Curating Safe Practices’, presented by NETS Victoria in collaboration with the PGAV and supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.
still from the series ‘Wallpaper Queens’
digital collage and BuzzFeed quiz
image courtesy of the artist