As digital media has expanded the discussion of art worldwide, the ability to write about contemporary art with clarity and originality has never been so necessary. Gilda Williams, author of ‘How to Write about Contemporary Art’ offers a guide on writing for a spectrum of forms, from a press release to a review, from a catalogue essay to a museum panel, from website copy to an academic essay. Sessions include:
10am – 5pm
Lunch and refreshments provided
The Art Fund supports this ‘How to: Inside the Gallery’ series by offering a number of fully funded places per course for curators and museum and gallery professionals. The deadline is 18 December 2015, to apply, head to the Art Fund Website.
Dr Gilda Williams is a London correspondent for Artforum magazine and a member of the International Association of Art Critics. Wililams’ writings on contemporary art have appeared in Artforum, Parkett, Tate etc., Art Monthly, Art in America and Time Out magazines, and on film in Sight and Sound magazine. She is Editor of Gothic (MIT Press / Whitechapel, 2007) and her most recent book is How to Write About Contemporary Art (Thames&Hudson, 2014)