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The aim of course is to encourage the student to articulate and reflect upon his/her own curatorial position, with reference to the specific exhibition proposal that finalizes the course. The course is a part of the International Master's Program in Curating, including Art, Management and Law.

Via different means of education (readings, discussions, independent research, presentations, visualizations), the student is also encouraged to relate this curatorial position to relevant historical and theoretical contexts. Several curator talks act as a core in the course and highlight different ways of working curatorially, both within and outside the frame of the art institution. Through lectures, text seminars, individual presentations, and talks with prominent curators on the Stockholm art scene, the student is confronted with a spectrum of different (historically as well as contemporary) curatorial approaches.

  • Course structure

    Teaching format

    Seminars, lectures, study visits and practical exercises in visualizing curatorial ideas.


    Obligatory participation, oral presentations, written hand-ins. Visualization of an exhibition proposal.

  • Contact

    Chair of Programme and Course leader

    Robin McGinley

    Programme Coordinator

    Alexandra Urefalk