The Programme is designed for emerging curators and students who expect to work in the field of contemporary art. It intends to introduce participants to current and relevant practices as well as to the mechanisms of curating in relation to exhibitions, institutions, audiences, aesthetics and cultural political discourse.
By sharing the experiential and theoretical Best Practices of the leading contemporary art museums, galleries, the program offers participants a unique chance to develop project ideas, conduct research of their particular interests, enrich connections and networks internationally as well as elaborate discussions with contemporary art professionals of Budapest. The residency aims to conclude with the conception of a publication, the curation of an exhibition or the presentation of a lecture in the form of a case study.
The flagship _ÑÉConcerts at the Barn_Ñé are held June-August in Westben_Ñés primary venue: an acoustically spectacular 400-seat timber-frame barn, lushly surrounded by rolling meadows (and sonically participatory animals). Its dedication to arts-based community-making showcases an array of international Canadian and emerging artists in a variety of musical genres and programming, ranging from commissioned new works to classical, improvisatory traditions, choral, intercultural, folk, fiddle, fun and more. Westben hosts a variety of vibrant ways for listener-participants to connect year-round _ÑÐ residencies, house concerts, community education programs for youth and life-learners, local economic health, environmental foresight, new partnerships _ÑÐ exploring new ways in which to relevantly broaden that connection with exceptional and meaningful musical experiences. It_Ñés an open-doored approach and we hope you join us. Find us at www.westben.ca
- Independent Association/Foundation
- Weeks: 2
- Visual Art
- Production costs