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The Aboriginal Curatorial Collective (ACC) Corralling Art Aboriginal Curatorial Practice in the Prairies and Beyond,2007

TRIBE and Aboriginal Curatorial Collective/Collectif des Conservateurs Autochtone (ACC/CCA) present:
Corralling Art Aboriginal Curatorial Practice in the Prairies and Beyond
May 16-19, 2007

Under the thematic umbrella, Corralling Art Aboriginal Curatorial Practice in the Prairies and Beyond, brought together curators, scholars, visual artists, critics, art educators, art dealers, art collectors, arts administrators and program officers from the provincial and federal level and the general public, who not only represent our diverse national curatorial and critical communities, but those who are contributing and strengthening the presence of contemporary Aboriginal art.  The two-day presentations explored existing programs and cited opportunities available for the development, funding, presentation, publication and dissemination of all areas pertinent to a contemporary Aboriginal art presence in Canada and abroad.  As well, the colloquium articulate and examine emerging trends and important issues in and around curatorial and critical practices related to such topics as : historical and theoretical perspectives, institutional and non-institutional representations; locating spaces, trends and perspectives on Aboriginal curatorial practice and its relevance.

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