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CAS Annual Conference: Re-Writing the Canon?
*Please note this event takes place at the Courtauld’s Kings Cross space and not at Somerset House* Museum Members: free £25 for non-members, £15 for students (ID required at registration). Coffee…
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.
Annual Conference – The Museum as Battlefield: Alternative Models of Museum Practice
This year our Conference examines radical strategies that museums around the world are deploying to rethink the way they display and conceive of their collections, and in how they operate within their communities.
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.
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Doing the Work: Documenting Collections
Few resources are given to this area of museum work, and it has yet to become the subject of serious and sustained scrutiny in efforts to decolonise museums and root out racist museum practices.
CAS Consultancy Talk: Children are Place-Makers
Presented as part of the new 2021 Cambridge Festival, Children are Place-makers is a discussion about the work of ArtScapers, a children-centric programme exploring the North West Cambridge Development through…
CAS Consultancy Talk – Commemoration and Confrontation: Memorials as Political Acts
CAS Consultancy brings together artists, historians, architects, producers and curators to discuss the political issue of memorials in contemporary public space.
Doing the Work: Interpreting Artworks
Part of ‘Doing the Work’, an online CPD workshop series for curators co-produced by the Contemporary Art Society and the Decolonising Arts Institute (University of the Arts London). Read more. Open to CAS Museum…