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The Anthony Shaw Collection at York Art Gallery, 2017. Photograph by Katherine A. Caddy, copyright Yorkshire Art Journal.
12 September 2018 Sackler CPD Programme

Sackler CPD Programme Study Day: The Art of Clay

Sackler CPD Programme members: free £10 for non-members. Coffee and lunch included The Contemporary Art Society has recently started a new fund for acquiring ceramics: the Jackson Tang Ceramics Award. This…

Curatorial team of the 10th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art, f. l. t. r.: Thiago de Paula Souza, Gabi Ngcobo, Nomaduma Rosa Masilela, Yvette Mutumba, Moses Serubiri, photo: F. Anthea Schaap
6 Jun 2018—8 Jun 2018 Sackler CPD Programme

International Sackler CPD trip to Berlin

CAS Museum Member curators only Download Event Summary We will visit Berlin for the opening of the 10th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art, which takes place at various venues across…

Larry Achiampong and David Blandy, Finding Fanon 2 (2015). UHD Digital Video screenshot Courtesy of Larry Achiampong and David Blandy
10 May 2018 Annual Conference, Sackler CPD Programme

CAS Annual Conference – The Virtual in Museums: Hot Medium?

Join us at the National Gallery where this year we focus on the creative potential that virtual and augmented reality offers to museums, with curators and contemporary artists discussing their engagement with this technology.

Lubaina Hamid, Naming the Money, 2004.
19 Apr 2018—20 Apr 2018 Sackler CPD Programme

Sackler CPD Tour: Opening of Glasgow International

CAS Museum Member curators only Join us as we visit Glasgow for the opening of Glasgow International, the biennial festival of contemporary visual art, which brings to the fore Glasgow’s strengths…

Phoebe Cummings, Arrangement for the Anthropocene, 2017.
2 February 2018 Sackler CPD Programme

Sackler CPD Programme Study Day: Post-Medium Collecting

Free Coffee and lunch included Are you a curator or have an interest in curating? Join us to discuss ephemerality, preservation and other challenging issues of exhibiting artworks. This Study Day…

Martine Syms at Camden Arts Centre ® Hydar Dewachi
19 October 2017 Sackler CPD Programme

Sackler CPD Programme Study Day: Women in Collections

A study day around the representation of female artists in public collections

Contemporary Art Society Tour at Frieze London, 2016
6 October 2017 Sackler CPD Programme

Sackler CPD Tour of Frieze Fairs and 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair

One of the most important events in the art world calendar

Documenta 14
27 Jun 2017—29 Jun 2017 Sackler CPD Programme

International Sackler CPD trip to Documenta 14, Kassel

A once in half-decade chance to encounter the most provocative artists of the moment as they respond to the rapidly changing political and economic landscape.

Edmund de Waal in his studio in London. Photo by Andrew Testa / New York Times File
6 June 2017 Sackler CPD Programme

Sackler CPD Studio Visit with Edmund de Waal

Born in 1964, de Waal is best known for his large scale installations of porcelain vessels, which are informed by his passion for architecture, space and sound.

Martine Syms, still from A Pilot For A Show About Nowhere, 2015
19 April 2017 Sackler CPD Programme

Sackler CPD London Studio Visits and Presentation of the VN XX CAS Project

This free Sackler CPD event is for members only Join us for an afternoon of exhibition and studio visits in East London, before attending a reception to celebrate the first acquisition…

The Deep, Hull © Thomas Arran
5 April 2017 Sackler CPD Programme

Sackler CPD Tour: Hull, City of Culture 2017

We will visit the newly renovated Ferens Art Gallery, the Maritime Museum and a series of new commissions across the city.

Grace Williams, Famulus, C-Type, 2015
16 March 2017 Sackler CPD Programme

Sackler CPD Programme Study Day: How to let artists work in response to your archive

The New Art Gallery Walsall has worked with a number of artists on their Garman Ryan Collection and Epstein Archive, notably Bob and Roberta Smith in 2009.

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