CDRL overnight retreat the the Mildred Lane complex(ity)!

Category : Parsons · by Sep 7th, 2014
September 2014: Lab members gathered for a Fall overnight retreat at Mildred’s Lane. Two outcomes developed from retreat sessions were: the creation of 2 Graduate Fellowship positions to reenvision CDRL’s website and publicly articulate the mission of the Lab; the idea for a Curatorial Slam event in Spring 2015 that would highlight various curatorial practices across The New School. Retreat agenda available here.

September 2014: Lab members gathered for a Fall overnight retreat at Mildred’s Lane. Two outcomes developed from retreat sessions were: the creation of 2 Graduate Fellowship positions to reenvision CDRL’s website and publicly articulate the mission of the Lab; the idea for a Curatorial Slam event in Spring 2015 that would highlight various curatorial practices across The New School. Retreat agenda available here.

September 2014: Lab members gathered for a Fall overnight retreat at Mildred’s Lane. Two outcomes developed from retreat sessions were: the creation of 2 Graduate Fellowship positions to reenvision CDRL’s website and publicly articulate the mission of the Lab; the idea for a Curatorial Slam event in Spring 2015 that would highlight various curatorial practices across The New School. Retreat agenda available here.
September 2014: Lab members gathered for a Fall overnight retreat at Mildred’s Lane. Two outcomes developed from retreat sessions were: the creation of 2 Graduate Fellowship positions to reenvision CDRL’s website and publicly articulate the mission of the Lab; the idea for a Curatorial Slam event in Spring 2015 that would highlight various curatorial practices across The New School. Retreat agenda available here.
Lab members gathered for a Fall overnight retreat at Mildred’s Lane in rural Pennsylavania, itself a provocative ongoing curatorial/radical pedagogy model created by critically acclaimed artist/designers Mark Dion and J. Morgan Puett. We welcomed Fernando do CampoTwo outcomes developed from retreat sessions were: the creation of 2 Graduate Fellowship positions to re-envision CDRL’s website so that it could become an interactive site for promoting curatorial discourse at The New School, and refining the mission of the Lab moving forward. We also decided to host a public Curatorial Slam event in Spring 2015 to highlight various curatorial practices across The New School community, demonstrating how unconventional curatorial platforms can galvanize cross-disciplinary knowledge exchange.

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