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At the present time-long symposium focuses on the historic formation, present makes use of, and future prospects of contemporary and up to date artwork museum collections. Bringing collectively curators and students who’re engaged with and considering critically about museum gathering practices, the classes contemplate how collections are constructed, who they serve, and the way they are often sustainably stewarded now and sooner or later.
3–4:30 pm | Session 3: Accumulating for the Future
What are the moral implications and sensible concerns of constructing and caring for collections now and sooner or later?
- Naomi Beckwith, Deputy Director and Jennifer and David Stockman Chief Curator, Guggenheim Museum
- Cheryl Finley, Inaugural Director, Atlanta College Artwork Historical past + Curatorial Research Collective, Distinguished Visiting Professor, Spelman Faculty, and Affiliate Professor, Cornell College, and Amy Whitaker, Affiliate Professor of Visible Arts Administration, New York College
- Candice Hopkins (Carcross/Tagish First Nation), Government Director & Chief Curator, Forge Venture
- Alex Kitnick, Assistant Professor of Artwork Historical past and Visible Tradition, Middle for Curatorial Research, Bard Faculty
- Pilar Tompkins Rivas, Chief Curator and Deputy Director, Curatorial and Collections, Lucas Museum of Narrative Artwork
For more information: https://whitney.org/events/making-collections-matter-a-symposium