#EVENT INFORMATION: 

  • Time:  9:30 AM – 6:30 PM, April 13th and 14th, 2024

  • Venue: Exhibition room, Contemporary Art Center – Vietnam Fine Arts Association, 621 De La Thanh, Hanoi

  • Language: Vietnamese with English translation

  • To participate, please register via the following link: https://forms.gle/tscDorcuHyMaQg9r5. Please note that attendees are required to register in advance.

  • For press kit, please click here.

#CREDIT: 

The First Conference on Curating in Vietnam*
Initiated and Organized by: Á Space
Co-organized by: School of Interdisciplinary Sciences and Arts – Vietnam National University, Hanoi (VNU-SIS)
Diamond Sponsor: Dogma Collection
Gold Sponsor: Nguyen Art Foundation
Media Partner: Art Republik
With support from The Outpost Art Organisation

*Part of VINACURA, a project co-initiated and co-conceived by Á Space, Nguyen Art Foundation, and The Outpost Art Organisation

#PROGRAM:

An annual conference by the association of expanded project art practice with participation of Á Space – Curatorial Committee – High Achievement Art Center – Duân Museum 

presents

THE FIRST CONFERENCE ON CURATING IN VIETNAM

Á Space and School of Interdisciplinary Sciences and Arts – Vietnam National University, Hanoi with the support from Dogma Collection, Nguyen Art Foundation, and The Outpost Art Organisation would like to invite anyone interested in curatorial practice or contemporary art in Vietnam in general to The First Conference on Curating in Vietnam. 

Intending to become a platform for open discussion and critical thinking, The First Conference on Curating in Vietnam themed “Curatorial Practices in Vietnam since the 2000s: Opportunities and Challenges” focuses on addressing immediate issues – practical challenges curators in Vietnam have identified and encountered over the past two decades. The conference aims to identify opportunities and possibilities to expand and develop this profession in Vietnam while laying the groundwork for future curatorial practice-focused programs.

The conference consists of 05 symposiums with the participation of 18 curators, art practitioners, and researchers, as well as representatives from public and private art organizations from Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang, and Hue, who have been actively contributing to the development of contemporary art in the country.

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