An introduction to the theory, ethics and contexts of art museum/gallery curatorial practice. Emphasis on communication through exploring interpretations and considering ethical practice. Students will learn specialized knowledge, resources, references and methodologies and explore professional and academic responsibilities of art-based curatorial work.
Any 2.0 credits at A-level
(VPHB72H3), FAH301H5, FAH310H5
Restricted to students who have completed the A-level courses in the Major or Specialist programs in Art History, Arts Management, Studio Art, or Media Studies.
Arts, Literature and Language
Priority will be given to students enrolled in the Minor in Curatorial Studies. Additional students will be admitted as space permits.
University of Toronto Scarborough 1265 Military Trail, Toronto, ON. Canada, M1C 1A4, Ph. (416) 287 8872
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