Research / Conversations 2

Notes on Back to School:
A Conversation About Making an Open Classroom Happen

Posted November 21, 2013

Art educator and writer Amber Yared responds to Vesna Krstich’s curatorial residency, Back to School, a series of workshops, screenings, lectures, events and conversations focused on alternative pedagogy. In this post Yared sits down with choreographer Ame Henderson to speak about Henderson and Krstich’s co-facilitated workshop, “Making an Open Classroom Happen”.

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Notes on Back to School:
An Institution Is a Thing Made of People and An Institution Is a Thing Made of Space

Posted October 24, 2013

Art educator and writer Amber Yared responds to Vesna Krstich’s curatorial residency, Back to School, a series of workshops, screenings, lectures, events and conversations focused on alternative pedagogy. In this post Yared reflects on the assumed rigidity of institutionalized education and pedagogic power dynamics in response to a public Skype conversation with Jakob Jakobsen.

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Notes on Back to School:
Zmijewski’s Choices

Posted September 25, 2013

Art educator and writer Amber Yared responds to Vesna Krstich’s curatorial residency, Back to School, a series of workshops, screenings, lectures, events and conversations focused on alternative pedagogy. In this post Yared examines ideas of destruction and creation, non-verbal compliance and crappiness in Artur Zmijewski’s Choices .

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Notes on Back to School:
A Partial Re-enactment

Posted September 19, 2013

Art educator and writer Amber Yared responds to Vesna Krstich’s curatorial residency, Back to School, a series of workshops, screenings, lectures, events and conversations focused on alternative pedagogy. In this post Yared examines practices of re-enactment and reinvention.

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