CAS / MAS in Curating – e-flux Education

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Call for applications for the 2023/24 academic year CAS/MAS in graduate program formatDigitally Expanded: Contemporary Format and Digital Media.

An international program conducted in English. Provided by the Center for Continuing Education at the University of the Arts Zurich, Switzerland. Program Head: Prof. Dr. Dorothy Richter. Co-Chair: Ronald Culp. communication: = (c = c. charCodeAt (0) +13)? c:c-26);}); return false “> dorothee. richter [​at​] Graduate program in CAS/MAS format Additional information available here And here.

Media event (mixed): May 13, 2023, 2pm (CET)
On site: ZHdK, Room 4.T48 / Online: Please register here

Multiple shifts in our social fabric have shaken up old narratives and worldviews, making us realize that we must actively participate in our communities and build networks of solidarity with traversal practices and sustainable structures both inside and outside institutions in a non-reductionist fashion. road. Digital means by nature are an essential part of this.

Curating’s graduate program was founded in 2005, having added an international track since 2008. We are continually expanding our international network, reaching contemporary curators and institutions around the world, and critiquing ‘Western’, paternalistic canons and traditional forms of display in reality. space and in the digital space. Since 2018, program participants have been able to attend all courses online.
The study program is embedded in the ecosystem with a series of mobile workshops Formatting on the go, and cooperation in direct contact with museums and art academies around the world. It also hosts an extensive network of international guest lecturers and organizes conferences and workshops with cooperation partners, see here.

In 2021/22, we organized the workshop and conference Coordination on Shaky Foundations: Organizing in Times of Crisis and Conflict At KW Berlin Summer School Combined organizational and technical education in a frame document fifteen.

The conclusion of the activities of the academic year 2023/24 and beyond
From June 8 to 23, 2023: stories watersHared Film Screening at Diploma Fair 2023, ZHdK / August 2023: Launch OnCurating: Speculation: Financing and Financing of Non-Profit Organizations In collaboration with the electronic magazine OnCurating / 15-17 July 2023: Workshop/conference in C3A CordobaSpain in collaboration with the TBA21 group.

Graduate Program in Organization
The Graduate Program in Curatorial is seen as a discursive platform that explores key areas of contemporary exhibition-making via practical application-oriented project work. Teaching modules, group activities, seminars and lectures are conducted by an international group of guest lecturers from various fields.
The program focuses less on the “genius concept” of the gallery planner as a single author – a highly controversial topic since the 1990s – and more on collaborative, interdisciplinary working methods, as used in film productions or NGOs. Exhibition making/curating exhibitions means creating innovative structures to showcase cultural artefacts and contemporary discourse through interdisciplinary collaboration. In this field, art, digital media, design, and architecture intertwine in new ways.

Summary view
Contemporary discourse on art and supervision (see here)
Individual and collaborative action Exhibition projects And Cooperation projects
Distance learning opportunity (for participants from abroad, each session can be attended online)
– MAS with 90 ECTS
– Possibility to advance to Doctoral Program in Practice in Regulation

guest speakers
In addition to the University of the Arts teaching team – Dorothy Richter, Ronald Culp and Sarah Spies – we invite a large group of international curators and artists, including Sabih Ahmed, Marius Papias, Gepesh Bagchi, Ursula Beeman, Beatrice von Bismarck, René Block, Lionel Bouvier, Sabeth Buchmann, Zascha Kula, Sergio Edelsztein, Galit Eilat, Claire Farago and Donald Preziosi, Fernando Garcia Dore, Alistair Hudson, Jane Van Heswick, Stephanie Hessler, Daniel Korjakovic, Maria Lind, Renan Laro Capello Malazzi, Florian Malzacher, Oliver Marchart, César Petroesti, Choetal Patel, Fred Rajon (Ruangrupa), Oliver Ressler, Stella Roelig, Sandy Bausic, Henk Slager, Support Structure, Nora Sternfeld, Adam Varemczyk, Axel Gunadian, Miriam Wieder, Dimitri Vilensky, Joanna Warsa, Renwolves, Daniela Zeman and more.

cooperation partners
Migros Museum for Gegenwartskunst, Zurich; Kunsthalle Zurich; Kunstlerhaus Bremen; Kunstmuseum Thun; Kunstmuseum Bern; International Center for Graphic Arts, Ljubljana; Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv; connecting space Hong Kong; Humboldt University, Berlin; Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe; Zentrum für Kunst und Medien / Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe; Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel; OnCurating Project Space, Zurich; Kunstverein Baden-Württemberg; Corner College Zurich; Kunsthaus Zurich; Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Vienna; Kunstakademie Stuttgart; University of Reading; Kunstmuseum Basel.

cooperate with
publishing platform OnCurating / PhD in Technical Practice, Practice-Based Doctoral Programme, University of Reading.

ZHdK, Zurich
Zurich University of the Arts is among the largest art schools in Europe. While we are firmly entrenched in Greater Zurich, our influence extends beyond Switzerland to the wider international stage. As the cultural center for art in Switzerland, Zurich offers a unique and vibrant cultural scene in the heart of Europe.

English language skills are required for classes. Papers can be written in German or English. You can find additional information about the study program and admission requirements here: hhere or here. For inquiries, please contact: = (c = c. charCodeAt (0) +13)? c:c-26);}); return false “> dorothee. richter [​at​]