The San Francisco Art Institute has a podcast series entitled “Dialogues”. Two podcasts in this series may interest Curating.info readers: one featuring Laura Hoptman, and another featuring Carlos Basualdo. Laura Hoptman curated the 2004 Carnegie International exhibition in Pittsburgh and Drawing Now: Eight Propositions at the Museum of Modern Art, Queens. In her talk, Hoptman discusses her interest in artwork […]

Welcome to October’s Pick ‘N Mix. First off, a couple of housekeeping items. You may have noticed the arrival of the “Culture Pundit Ad Network” box to the right. I would like this site to support itself a little, yet I am unwilling to inflict garish and irrelevant ads upon my readers. The logical solution was to apply to become […]

The Korean art world is reeling from the news that of one of its up and coming curatorial stars has been exposed as having false credentials. From the Independent: Imagine an attractive and talented young woman who said she had an art history doctorate from Oxford. Vivacious and persuasive, she becomes the director of the Tate Gallery. Then, just after […]

While the Pompidou tries to entice a younger generation by offering wireless internet, the hip and flashy (and, based on the rumblings of folk I know in Paris – sometimes hated) Palais de Tokyo has turned to old media to further its reach to audiences. “France has changed, the world has changed, and we have to adapt,” says Bruno Racine, […]

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International Curating Management Education Dept. of the History of Art/School of Business Stockholm University, Sweden 2007/2008 Next course starting January 2007 Application Deadline: 15th October, 2006 The International Curating Management Education at Stockholm University specialises in the combination of arts management, art history, law, and practical curatorial work in a composition that is unusual in comparison to similar courses internationally. […]