Study Abroad: Chelsea College of Arts Revamps Curating Programme with Focus on Collaboration and Ethics

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The renowned MA Curating and Collections course at Chelsea College of Arts has a new leader and a fresh direction. Dr. Lina Dzuverovic has taken the helm and is fostering a collaborative and ethical approach to the program.


Focus on Partnerships and Sustainability

The core principle of the revamped program is building long-term, sustainable partnerships with various organizations in the contemporary art world. This collaborative approach benefits students by providing them with unique access to:

  • Art and design archives and collections
  • Renowned institutions like Artangel, Tate Britain, and The Mosaic Rooms
  • Collaborations with practicing artists

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Ethical Curatorial Practices

The program is committed to ethical practices. This is achieved by integrating the University of the Arts London’s (UAL) Principles for Climate, Social and Racial Justice into the curriculum. 

Study Abroad: Chelsea College of Arts Revamps Curating Programme with Focus on Collaboration and Ethics

Curatorial Labs: A Pioneering Approach

A new research-driven initiative called Curatorial Labs allows students to explore diverse perspectives. Students from the program’s international cohort work together on projects involving:

  • The ILEA Collection
  • The Her Noise Archive
  • The Non-Aligned Movement Solidarity Archive
  • The live project “And Others: The Gendered Politics and Practices of Art Collectives”

In-Depth Learning with Renowned Professionals

Students gain knowledge through:

  • Weekly seminars on Curatorial Knowledge, Collections Curating, and Professional Practice.
  • Instructors who are practicing curators, including Dr. Kirsten Cooke and Dr. Lina Dzuverovic.
  • Guest speakers like Cédric Fauq (Chief Curator at Capc—Musée d’Art Contemporain de Bordeaux) and Linsey Young (Tate).

Recent Student Projects Showcase Collaboration

The program encourages student-led initiatives. Recent examples include:

“Improvising Antiphony” at Chelsea Space, connected to Tate Britain’s “Women in Revolt!” exhibition.
“Indigestion” exhibition showcasing new work by MA Fine Art students held at Millbank Tower.

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Upcoming Student Projects

Study Abroad: Chelsea College of Arts Revamps Curating Programme with Focus on Collaboration and Ethics

The class of 2024 is busy with exciting upcoming projects:

“LINGERING ON THE THRESHOLD” exhibition featuring works from The Artangel Collection and The October Salon.
A single screen program premiering at the 60th October Salon in Belgrade.
A series of public events at Peer gallery, accompanying the exhibition “A Radical Duet” by Onyeka Igwe.
A publication titled “Honey–Moon: Notes from under the dining table” in collaboration with The Mosaic Rooms.

For more details click here: https://www.e-flux.com/announcements/615038/ma-curating-and-collections-2024-programme/

The MA Curating and Collections program at Chelsea College of Arts offers a unique and forward-thinking approach to the field. With its focus on collaboration, ethics, and practical experience, the program equips students with the skills they need to succeed in the contemporary art world. For more daily news updates follow Leverage Edu and start your study abroad journey today!

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