Fri, 18 Jun | CCA Glasgow via Zoom

Meandering Networks, Mapping Nations: Day 2

Black Curators Collective (BCC) is facilitating a two-day gathering as part of the 2021 GI Events Programme.
Registration is Closed
Meandering Networks, Mapping Nations: Day 2

Time & Location

18 Jun, 10:00 – 18:00
CCA Glasgow via Zoom

About the Event

The morning of Day 2 features a keynote address by Melanie Keen, Director of Wellcome Collection; an offline workshop by artist and researcher Ashanti Harris; and a collective mapping workshop led by BCC. Ashanti features in Glasgow International 2021 'Across the city' exhibitions programme. 

Join us in the afternoon to observe—emphasising the need for allyship and active listening—online roundtable discussions on the theme of 'Black collectivism'. Collective of Collectives is an opportunity for Black practitioners to engage in critical and nurturing conversations on building community. Our programme is based on the principles of collectivity, resource building, and regionalism.

Meandering Networks, Mapping Nations embodies slowness as a state of mind through doing less better, taking comfort in the unknown, and focusing on a process-driven approach to public programming.

About the organisers

Meandering Networks, Mapping Nations is curated by the Black Curators Collective (BCC) and coordinated by collective members April Brown, Chloe Austin, Jade Foster, Khadea Kuchenmeister, Natasha Ruwona, Nikita Gill, Sabrina Henry, Umulkhayr Mohamed, Ifeanyi Awachie, and Yewande YoYo Odunubi.

Supported by Art Fund and International Curators Forum

International Curators Forum (ICF) was founded by artists and curators in 2007 to offer a dynamic and evolving programme that responds to the conditions and contexts impacting creative practitioners through commissions, exhibitions, projects, publications and events. We provide tools and platforms for professional development and facilitate an open peer- to-peer network inviting participants to be part of a generative system of skills and knowledge transfer. Across all of our work, both critically and practically, we aim to challenge the barriers to equality and inclusivity within our industry.

How to join

Sliding Scale tickets

As BCC is currently volunteer-led, there will be tiers for suggested minimum donations for tickets, which will help us to develop a legacy project, sustain the network and continue the work. Tickets for the public day should be available on a pay what you can basis.

The tiers are as follows:

– Individuals: £5

If you are sponsored by your employer, please pay one of the following fees:

– Low income project/organisation: £10

– Medium scale project/organisation: £15

– Large, regularly funded project/organisation: £35

Ticketing for Day 1 on Thu 17 Jun is free (as this event is only for black practitioners with a curatorial practice). The persons who have booked and attended this day; can take part in Day 2 on Fri 18 Jun for free.

This event will be available to participate in online via Zoom. Please book here.

Access

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Schedule


  • 15 minutes

    Welcome from BCC with BSL


  • 45 minutes

    Keynote Address: Melanie Keen

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