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January 19, 2018

Spring 2018 Speakers Series Lectures

Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College

CCS Bard, 2017.

Each semester the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College (CCS Bard) hosts a regular program of lectures by the foremost artists, curators, art historians, and critics, situating the school and museum’s concerns within the larger context of contemporary art production and discourse. Lectures are open to students and faculty, as well as to the general public, and will also be documented through video and/or audio recordings, which will reside in the CCS Bard Library and Archives.

Spring 2018 Speakers Series schedule (full biographies available online):

February 21: Henriette Huldisch, Director of Exhibitions and Curator, MIT List Visual Arts Center

March 7: Cameron Rowland, Artist

March 14: AA Bronson, Artist

March 28: Michelle Kuo, Independent Scholar and Curator, and the Editor in Chief of Artforum 2010-2017

April 18: Lorna Simpson, Artist

April 25: Lia Gangitano, Founder and Director, PARTICIPANT INC

May 2: Galit Eilat, Independent Curator and Writer

May 9: Shanay Jhaveri, Assistant Curator of South Asian Art, Modern and Contemporary Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Speakers Series at CCS Bard is free and open to the public. All lectures take place at CCS Bard from 5–7pm.

Applications are now being accepted for our Master of Arts in Curatorial Studies program.
2018 admissions deadline: February 1, 2018

About the Graduate Program at CCS Bard
The graduate program at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College (CCS Bard) is an intensive, two-year course of study in the history of contemporary art, the institutions and practices of exhibition making, and the theory and criticism of contemporary art since the 1960s. The program is broadly interdisciplinary and provides practical training and experience within a museum setting. Its international faculty includes curators and other museum professionals, scholars in the humanities and social sciences, artists, and critics.

The curriculum is specifically designed to deepen students’ understanding of the intellectual and technical tasks of curating exhibitions and projects around contemporary art, particularly within the complex social and cultural situations of present-day arts institutions, as well as focusing intensively on interpretive and critical writing. The graduate program is uniquely positioned within the larger Center’s tripartite resources, which include the CCS Bard Library, Archives, and the Hessel Museum of Art, with its rich permanent collection.

An overview of the program is available online.

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