Welcome to the May edition of Pick ‘N Mix, my monthly annotated list of things that caught my eye over the course of the previous month. There are just two quick items this month, as a sort of “compare and contrast” exercise: – In one of my web trawls, I found this lesson plan for teaching children what a curator […]

Categories: education, Pick 'N Mix, roles, tasks

From “(Not) Gay Art Now” Curator Jack Pierson Comments on His (Exceptional) Show” by Bryant Rousseau, on artinfo.com: What advantages might an artist have in assembling a show over a more traditional curator? “I wasn’t interested, and I don’t think most artists would be, in making a checklist of artists to include six months in advance. I’m in awe of […]