Writing for the Exhibition, Electronic Superhighway

Eduardo Kac, Tesão (Horny), 1985, Minitel Artwork, A/P, ed. of 2, 24.5 x 25 x 24.5 cm. Courtesy the artist and England & Co. Gallery, London © Eduardo Kac

New courses for Summer 2018

How to Publish Exhibition Catalogues

Writing for the Exhibition

How to Fundraise – Developing and Managing Fundraising Events

Commissioning New Work – Working with Artists and Schools

Art Writing for Artists and Critics

Curating Events and Public Programme

How to Curate a Youth Programme

How to Curate an Exhibition – Commissioning New Work & Working with Emerging Artists

How to Create a Communications Campaign

How to Curate an Exhibition – Curating Collection and Archive Displays


Bursaries

We are offering 10 bursary places, one per course to early to mid-career arts professionals, who identify as having a disability. Places are allocated on a first come, first serve basis, restricted to one place per season. Please e-mail courses@whitechapelgallery.org with the subject line ‘Bursary’, a short paragraph introducing yourself and outlining why you’re interested in the course you’re hoping to attend by 15th June 2018. Please also, highlight any reasonable adjustments needed if you were to attend on the day. Alternatively telephone Amina Darwish on 0207522 7888.


 

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T: +44 (0)20 7522 7888
E: courses@whitechapelgallery.org

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Past courses

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Collecting Contemporary Art

For new collectors and those looking to start acquiring contemporary art, particularly within a specific budget, this intensive 2.5 day course provides an essential introduction to collecting.

Working With Archives Course, 23-24 March 2016

Working with Archives

This two day course offers an introduction to the Archive and explores key areas such as conservation, record management, working with artists and copyright.

Sophia Al Maria, Between Distant Bodies, 2013, still from video installation on 2 cubo-glass TVs. Courtesy the Artist and The Third Line

Introduction to Global Art

A three day course looking at the artistic traditions, institutions, networks and ideas that have framed a generation of artists and redefined the international art world.

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