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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.

Bedwyr Williams, ‘ECHT’, 2014, Video Still, HD Video, 27’08”. Courtesy the artist and Limoncello
19 January 2017 Sackler CPD Programme

Visit to Artes Mundi 7, Cardiff

This year’s nominees are John Akomfrah, Amy Franceschini/Future Farmers, Lamia Joreige, Neil Beloufa, Nastio Mosquito and Bedwyr Williams.

MuHKA - photo by Doede Bardok
22 November 2016 Sackler CPD Programme

National Network Study Day – Changing Perspectives: The Low Countries

This study day will investigate the historic relationship between the UK and the Low Countries, drawing from the Contemporary Art Society’s past curatorial research trips to Belgium (2016) and Holland (2015).

Cevdet Erek, 'Room of Rhythms - Curva' (2014), installation view from 'Open Museum Open City', MAXXI, Rome. Photo Musacchio Ianniello, courtesy Fondazione MAXXI - Rome
27 October 2016 Sackler CPD Programme

Collaborative National Network Event: On Space and Sound

The day will focus on different aspects of displaying, collecting and preserving sound pieces.

7 October 2016 Sackler CPD Programme

National Network Frieze Tour

Tour of Frieze London and Frieze Projects.

View of 'If All Relations Were to Reach Equilibrium, Then This Building Would Dissolve', a project at Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art involving research, a display and public programmes that address the migratory condition.
14 September 2016 Sackler CPD Programme

National Network Case Study Day: Public Engagement, Community Building, Citizenry and Use Value

This Case Study Day examines the ways in which museums and galleries can become active civic agents and spaces operating within society.

1 Jun 2016—3 Jun 2016 Sackler CPD Programme

National Network International Trip: Belgium

During our three-day trip to Flanders, we will visit important private and public collections and institutions, meeting with directors, curators, artists and other influential agents within the visual arts ecology of the region.

Oliver Laric, Lincoln 3D Scans (2013). Commissioned by The Collection and Usher Gallery, Lincoln through the Contemporary Art Society Annual Award 2012.
13 May 2016 Annual Conference, Sackler CPD Programme, Talks & Events

Annual Conference: Reactivate the Collection

Join us at the Museum of London as we discuss how contemporary artistic interventions of different kinds can be used to reframe, revive and reactivate the contents of varied collections.

Elizabeth Price, A Restoration (film still), 2016. Image courtesy the artist and Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology.
23 March 2016 Sackler CPD Programme, Talks & Events

National Network Study Day: Elizabeth Price, The Artist and the Museum

Elizabeth Price will talk about the development of her ambitious work A RESTORATIONand the collaboration with other professionals involved in the project.

The Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
18 February 2016 Sackler CPD Programme

National Network Tour: Manchester

We will be exploring the dynamic arts ecology of Manchester at an exciting time in its cultural development, visiting contemporary arts spaces across the city. We will be exploring the…

Newport Street Gallery, London, 2015.
22 January 2016 Sackler CPD Programme

National Network CAStour: South London

Our CAStours are designed to offer high level access to artists, curators and gallery directors across the country. Each tour will provide an inspirational insight into the most exciting exhibitions,…

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