What’s the role of curator, docent, community and public audience? How to connect people and tell the story through an exhibition?
In this course, your will learn about curatorial practices in exhibition as well as community programme and consider from perspective of different stakeholders. As a curator, Jeff will share his experience and insights on curating and interpretation.
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LEUNG Chin-fung, Jeff, is an independent curator and part-time lecturer in various universities. Jeff has been working for exhibition administration and coordination at different art organisations (including the Hong Kong Arts Centre and Para/Site Art Space), as well as oversea projects including, the pavilion of Para/Site Art Space (a Hong Kong art organisation) in Kwangju Biennale (Korea, 2002) and the Hong Kong Pavilion in Venice Biennale (Italy, 2003). In addition to teaching art and exhibition administration, Jeff has curated numerous exhibitions in diverse premises, for instance the show “Arte Hiking” (2010) for the inauguration of K11 Art Mall and the exhibition about cultural tour, ‘Sparkle! Neo Travel: Creative and Cultural Docent@Community’ (2017).
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