– OnCurating has launched Issue 19 – On Artistic and Curatorial Authorship. – Hyperallergic picked their favorite unanswered questions from last month’s Ask a Curator Day. – Following a flurry of international criticism against Manifesta’s disregard of a boycott calling to move the upcoming biennial away from Russia, Moscow Biennial curator Catherine de Zegher defends her decision to continue her […]

The Biennale of Sydney, Aboriginal Emerging Curator and Artist Liaison Deadline: 26 April, 2013 With the support of the Australian Government’s Office for the Arts (OFTA) as part of the Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support (IVAIS) and the NSW Government through Arts NSW, an opportunity exists for an Aboriginal Emerging Curator and Artist Liaison to join the team at the […]

– Terry Smith interviewed about his forthcoming publication “Thinking Contemporary Curating“ – Around the corner: Afterall’s symposium ‘Artist as Curator‘. November 10, 2012, London. – Great New York Times debate: Do We Need Professional Critics? – A considerate piece on cultural policy and measuring value by Julianne Schultz at The Australian: ‘Culture’s impact on the whole of society’ – ‘The […]

– Firstly, an exciting announcement: after years of working on building Curating.info into a high quality resource all on my own, I now have a team to help me take this site to the next level. I wish to extend a warm welcome to Katerina Gkoutziouli, Mikhel Proulx, April Steele, and Sophie Williamson. Find out more about them on the […]

– David Barrie recently gave a thought-provoking lecture entitled “A Bigger Picture: why contemporary art curators need to get out more“. He describes why a heritage-oriented mindset can result in constrained collections, noting that: “Despite our long colonial history and our rich links with countries in Africa, Asia and the Caribbean […] visitors to museums and galleries in the UK […]

A Call For Curatorial Propositions From Galleries, Arts Organisations, Curators, Artist/curators And Visual Arts Collectives Wales At Venice 2011 Closing Date 16 April 2010 Arts Council of Wales is delighted to confirm that Wales will be participating at the 54th International Art Exhibition Venice Biennale in 2011. Wales at Venice is supported by the Arts Council of Wales and the […]

As part of its ongoing Residency Programme, the European Biennial Network is issuing an Open Call for applications for a residency position offered by the Athens Biennale. The European Biennial Network is a collaborative structure, active in the field of contemporary art, that aims to promote dialogue, interaction and collaboration between contemporary art Biennials in Europe. It intends to use […]

Here’s the April ’08 edition of Pick ‘N Mix, my monthly annotated list of little news items in the realm of curating. – The Whitney Biennial is generating the usual column inches. Of interest in the coverage of the Biennial is the ongoing commentary about the curators themselves, and their intentions. Jerry Saltz’s recent column discusses the significance of their […]

Liverpool Biennial is working with Jiyoon Lee, a curator based in Seoul and London, on an international exchange project involving artists and curators from Seoul and Liverpool. The exhibition-based project will investigate models of artists’ studio and will involve residencies in each city. Liverpool Biennial is currently looking for expressions of interest from ambitious Liverpool-based curators who would see this […]