22,5 credits, ECTS
Level of Study
Objectives and Content
During Semester 3 the student should further define their master¿s project through own work and discussions in the seminars. The student should take part in the seminars and study trips, as well as collaboratively plan and execute an open teaching seminar.
Knowledge and skills:
The student is expected to be able to assess and present his/her own practice in relation to a wider context of contemporary and/or historical curatorial practices ¿
The student is expected to be able to take the initiative and personal responsibility for working independently, making decisions and managing their own time efficiently
The student is expected to be able to research and analyse a curatorship-related topic and present the result orally and in writing.
Access to the Course
Passed semester 2
Teaching and learning methods
The seminars are an important shared academic platform for the students, where the development of their individual master's projects is a recurring topic of discussion. The communal discussions generate the study progression. The seminars will alternate between lectures and workshops including exhibition histories, writing and textual analysis, the role of the curator, legal issues, as well as project management and production. Different ways of staging exhibitions and topics pertaining installation are also discussed in plenary sessions.
As a rule, four seminars will be held per semester, at least three of which will be indepth studies of contexts. The purpose is to be immersed in a local context to see different types of exhibitions, exhibition venues and institutions, and to meet curators and artists, as well as building networks.
Kunstakademiet - Department of Fine Art
Type of assessment: Hjemmeoppgave og muntlig
- Assignment handed out
- 09.11.2020, 12:00
- Submission deadline
- 23.11.2020, 23:59
- Withdrawal deadline
Exam part: Hjemmeoppgave
- Examination system
- Digital exam
Exam part: Muntlig