[NetBehaviour] SYMPOSIUM: COMMISSIONING AND COLLECTING VARIABLE MEDIA
sarah.e.cook at sunderland.ac.uk
Thu Feb 25 13:44:00 CET 2010
(please forward and apologies for cross postings)
We have places left for our Symposium at BALTIC, organised together
with the Contemporary Art Society, on March 5th. The event kicks off
the AV Festival and is followed by our CRUMB book launch and openings/
performances across Newcastle and Gateshead. Do come and make a
weekend of it!
Information on the symposium and how to book follows.
SYMPOSIUM: COMMISSIONING AND COLLECTING VARIABLE MEDIA
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead
Fri 5 March, 9:00am-4:30pm
Free to Contemporary Art Society's National Network Members, £25 non-
or email to: nationalprogrammes at contemporaryartsociety.org
The work of artists who use new media art, live art and other
'variable media' is increasingly being drawn into our national public
collections. Excellent models exist where major works are acquired or
where artists are commissioned specifically to create works for
collections. This symposium offers an opportunity to learn from
pioneering institutions that have worked with artists. Keynote
speaker: Benjamin Weil, Chief Curator of LABoral Centro de Arte y
Creacion Industrial de Gijon, Spain. Other confirmed speakers
include: Laura Sillars, Programmes Director, FACT; Lisa Panting,
Director, Picture This; Lois Keidan, Director, Live Art Development
Agency; Graham Harwood, artist.
Programmed by the Contemporary Art Society's National Network in
partnership with CRUMB.
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