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Curatorial Studio hosts curatorial duo Le Peuple Qui Manque
SCAN is excited to be hosting La Peuple Qui Manque (Aliocha Imhoff and Kantuta Quirós) for two events in February as part of our Curatorial Studio. The Paris-based curators will be in Glasgow to hold a free public talk on February 7 at the Alliance Française at 6pm. For more information about the event and to book tickets, please follow the link below.
On February 8, they will give a workshop for early career curators on from 10.00-17.00 at the Pearce Institute. This workshop will support early career curators by exploring current projects, working practices and the free exchange of ideas. It will require a small amount of preparation in advance and participants should be ready for active participation.
There are 10 free places available on this workshop and we hope to ensure that participants from across the country, and with wide range of backgrounds, have a chance to take part. To request a place please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a short CV and a short note of no more than 100 words telling us why you would like to take part. The deadline is noon on January 30. We are sorry that we may not be able to meet all the requests for a place.
Curatorial Studio is a project devised by curator Kirsteen Macdonald and developed with SCAN, supported by Creative Scotland. It highlights key international voices concerned with identity and representation and the possibilities for curatorial work to challenge dominant narratives. The Curatorial Studio public talks programme explores how curatorial work can tell new stories about the world.