A four-day course for graduating BFA and MFA students, aimed at highlighting aspects of professional practice for artists. The course is divided into three parts, two of these are one-day seminars and the final part is a two-day workshop. The two seminar days are open for anyone interested, including general public, while the two workshop days are specifically for BFA3 students.
Part one: How Curators Think. Friday 5 May 11.00 - 16.00
Three curators/guest lecturers
Martin Clark, director, Bergen Kunsthall http://www.kunsthall.no
Randi Grov Berger, gallerist/curator at Entrée, an independent gallery operating in Bergen and New York. http://www.entreebergen.no/indexhibitv070e2/
Randi Thomassen, curator at Trondheim Kunstmuseum. http://trondheimkunstmuseum.no
3 lectures, and panel discussion moderated by Jeremy Welsh
Part two: How Artists Work. Monday 8 May. 11.00 - 16.00
Kurt Johannesen, performance artist, Bergen, recently involved in programme at Heimdal Kunstforening, "Tatt av Heimdal" http://www.zeth.no
Edith Lundebrekke (Trondheim) textile/sculpture and public art projects, board leader of Trøndelag Senter for Samtidskunst, consultant for art projects at St. Olavs Hospital http://edith.no
Honda Hoeck (Copenhagen) artist working with installations and independent artist-run projects http://svfk.dk/kunstner/honza-hoeck
3 artist presentations and panel discussion moderated by Jacob Jessen
Part three: How Artists Organise. Two day workshop. Tuesday 9th and Wednesday 10th. May
Jacob Jessen & Honza Hoeck
More details on this workshop to follow soon!