This workshop explores the many facets of Indigenous curatorial practices from an artistic and community based perspective and will focus on relevant issues and challenges in the Yukon context.
It will also examine the diversity of intellectual traditions and frameworks that inform curatorship, including cultural protocols, the protection of traditional knowledge and the role of communities in the preservation of intangible heritage. Through illustrated talks and hands-on/interactive exercises, participants will investigate the notions of subjectivity, authority and responsibility present in the curatorial process.
Max 30 participants. Register here.