Leading lights  -  Curators

Artistic directors for the 2nd annual Cleveland Triennial announced

On January 7th, the artistic directors for the second edition of the Front International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art set for July 2021 were announced. Prem Krishnamurthy, a Berlin/New York-based designer and curator, and Tina Kukielski, executive director and chief curator of Art21, a New York non-profit, will lead the revolutionary triennial. The inaugural triennial […]

Hammer Museum announces curators for ‘Made in LA’ 2020

In a recent press release, UCLA’s Hammer Museum announced the curators who will co-organize the 2020 edition of the acclaimed ‘Made in LA’ biennial. Paris-based writer and curator Myriam Ben Salah and LA-based curator and designer Lauren Mackler will head the fifth showcase. Ikechukwu Onyewuenyi, an assistant curator at the Hammer Museum who has also worked […]

China seeks to shed light on its artistic traditions through new Berlin satellite space

The Times Art Center Berlin (TACB) was registered as a non-profit art institution in Germany in July 2018 and recently opened its doors for the first time on November 30th. The Berlin satellite space is an extension of the Guangdong Times Museum located in the Pearl River Delta of South Eastern China. It is also […]

Fighting ‘Institutional Intolerance,’ Canada Announces Biennial for Indigenous Art in 2020

A biennial for Indigenous art has been announced and set to take place at the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s Inuit Art Center in 2020. The debut biennial will coincide with the highly-anticipated opening of the Inuit Art Center, a $65 million building designed by LA-based Michael Maltzan Architecture, and will feature indigenous artists from Australia, New […]

Kimberly Drew: a woman to watch

Kimberly Drew, a.k.a. @museummammy, is making her name as one of the most influential individuals in the art world. As a writer, art activist, and curator, Drew has set out to highlight black artists, and museum accessibility. Growing up in Orange, New Jersey, Drew was steeped in creativity. Orange, New Jersey – just outside of […]

Oxford museums train refugees as tour guides and community curators

The award-winning museum project that aims to train Syrian and Iraqi migrants to lead museum tours in Arabic has crossed borders over the UK. Since February of this year, Oxford has adopted this program, officially known as Multaka: Museum as Meeting Point – Refugees as Guides in Berlin Museums to its own institutions. The program […]

Musemio: bringing curriculum, museums, and augmented reality together

Is walking through a gallery enough? As we scroll through endless streams of ‘new’ content can the traditional feel of a museum satisfy the senses? Is it ‘enough’ to merely look at artworks and artifacts presented through traditional means? Is to too much to bring together modern technologies and classic venues? Questions like these arise as […]