MLITT CURATORIAL PRACTICE

Stow Building, 12 students

This programme, established in 2014 and jointly run by The Glasgow School of Art and the University of Glasgow, offers students the opportunity to study curatorial practice in Glasgow, a city with a vibrant and distinctive international art scene. Throughout the year students are supported to identify and undertake individually motivated curatorial projects and research as the basis for the development of a self-sustaining practice, making this programme distinctive in its delivery.

During this intensive one-year programme, students work closely with artists and a range of organisations, as they consolidate and articulate their practice within an international context of theory and practice. There is a balance between theoretical exploration and critique, where writing and concept-formation are challenged and developed by practical application and experimentation.

Catalogue

MLitt 2023

from Arranging a Narrative

from Arranging a Narrative

from Arranging a Narrative

from Arranging a Narrative

from Arranging a Narrative

from THE NEW SCOTS COOKBOOK: Recipes Sharing and cultural exchange with the Wednesday Women’s Group of Milk Cafe

from THE NEW SCOTS COOKBOOK: Recipes Sharing and cultural exchange with the Wednesday Women’s Group of Milk Cafe

from Subjective Feminist Genealogies

from Subjective Feminist Genealogies

from Subjective Feminist Genealogies

from Subjective Feminist Genealogies

from Subjective Feminist Genealogies

from For the time being.

from The Dark Side of K-pop (Digital Zine)

from For the time being.

from Uncomfortable Encounters

from Uncomfortable Encounters

from My Wind Blows Me to This Direction

from My Wind Blows Me to This Direction

from My Wind Blows Me to This Direction

from My Wind Blows Me to This Direction

from My Wind Blows Me to This Direction