Exhibition Practice 3
Brief course description
Together with a curator, the second-year students will develop and implement a collective public presentation, through which the students will practically explore ways to present and communicate their work to a larger audience. The emphasis of the course is on collaborative processes, experimenting with exhibition formats and spaces, and various ways of producing and encountering a public.
The course’s learning outcomes
Upon completing the course, students should be able to
- prepare and implement a collective public presentation in collaboration with a curator, fellow students and/or other practitioners
- communicate in visual, spatial and material ways in order to engage the viewer, as well as prepare relevant informational material for public dissemination
- critically reflect on a variety of exhibition formats and contexts, and how these relate to wider societal processes and concerns
Teaching and learning methods
- group discussion sessions
- practical/collaborative instances (amongst students and/or with external institutions)
- lectures, presentations, workshops and seminars (by curator/course leader and/or guests)
- sharing/discussing relevant texts
- develop and produce a group graduation exhibition project with fellow students under curatorial guidance
- active participation in exhibition workshops and seminars (minimum 80 % attendance)
- engage with feedback from teachers, fellow students and external professionals
The required coursework must be approved in order for a student to receive a final course assessment.
The student will be assessed by the teacher of the given course.
The following will be assessed:
- the student’s preparation for the public presentation of their work, its presentation and communication in a variety of media, as seen in relation to the course’s learning outcomes
The course is graded pass/fail.