2018 - 2019
|0897-4001-01||Histories and Theories of Curating, I|
|FACULTY OF THE ARTS | MUSEOLOGY|
This course is a critical introduction to the history and theory of curating. It is composed out of a series of guest lectures that survey a wide variety of curatorial practices – museum curating, independent curating, etc. The course includes chapters in the history of exhibitions – from the cabinets of curiosities, to the Salon, all the way to contemporary Biennials and Documentas. The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with histories of curating (Israeli / International, Local / Global) and expose them to curatorial processes: from the conceptualization of an exhibition, through research, exhibition planning, design, etc.