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Second Edition of [re]Framing the Arts: A Sustainable Shift

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Our Second Edition of [re]Framing the Arts: A Sustainable Shift focuses on [re]Shaping Exhibition Practices

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This conference is part of a virtual trilogy [re]Framing the Arts: A Sustainable Shift organized in collaboration with the Amsterdam School for Heritage, Memory and Material Culture at the University of Amsterdam and Nyenrode Business University.

In this second edition, [re]Shaping Exhibition Practices, we will focus in on sustainable exhibitions and the role organizations can play to rethink the format and impact of exhibitions.

Our speakers will give an overview on how to emphasize sustainability in curatorial practice, discuss the impact of loans and how to streamline these, explore what the primary art market can do to become more climate conscious, and how we can shift our thinking around blockbuster exhibitions, taking into account the effect of covid-19 on exhibitions.

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🌱 Panel Discussion with Galleries Commit & Gallery Climate Coalition: Heath Lowndes, Laura Lupton & Orlando Estrada will discuss Environmentally-Conscious Exhibition Planning in the Art Market.

🌱Alice Bonnot — Independent Curator, Art Consultant and Guest Speaker.

🌱John Thomas Robinette III — Freelance Registrar, Collections Manager, and Consultant.

🌱24ORE Cultura — 24 Ore Cultura is a small enthusiastic group of Exhibition Project Managers working for 24 ORE Cultura, a branch of Gruppo 24 ORE, one of the leading media companies in Italy and Europe.

🌱Joel Taylor & Caitlin Spangler-Bickell — Joel Taylor is Senior Researcher at the Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research (NIKU), and formerly Senior Project Specialist at the Getty Conservation Institute (GCI) & Caitlin Spangler-Bickell is an Anthropologist and PhD candidate with Maastricht University / MUDEC Milan.

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🌿 Sara Kassam — Sustainability Lead, Victoria & Albert Museum.

🌿 Louisa Buck —Contemporary 
Art Correspondent for The Art Newspaper.

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