The Museum and Curatorial Studies Research Cluster presents:
Carolina Ponce de León
Executive Director, Galería de la Raza
SEMINAR: “Cultural Representation and Intercultural Relations through Curatorial Practice”
TUESDAY, February 16 / 3 – 5 PM / Humanities 210
Readings will be available from firstname.lastname@example.org or online at: http://macs.ucsc.edu
Since the early 1980s, multiculturalism, identity politics, and post-colonial discourse have infused curatorial practice with representations of a rich ethnic and gender diversity previously absent from mainstream art discourse. More recently, terms such as post-national, post-multicultural, and post-ethnic have been injected into the lexicon of cultural theory. What are the implications of this shift?
Curator Carolina Ponce de León discusses these questions and issues of cultural representation. Referencing her curatorial practice and exhibition history, she addresses the ways artists, critics, curators, organizations, and the media have framed, ignored and/or expanded notions of cultural identity.
For more information, contact Lucian Gomoll and Lissette Olivares at email@example.com.
Co-sponsored by the Committee on Affirmative Action and Diversity.
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