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Public Lecture by Dr Michael Birchall, Tate Liverpool on Sherkin Island, Saturday 10 March

Posted: 6 March, 2018

The BA Visual Art Degree Programme in association with Sherkin Island Development Society; Dublin School of Creative Arts, Gradcam; CREATE: The National Development Agency for Collaborative Arts and Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre is hosting a public lecture by Dr Michael Birchall.

Art, the Museum and its Constituencies - Dr Michael Birchall, Tate Liverpool and Liverpool John Moore?s University, 3.00pm on Saturday 10 March. Community Hall, Sherkin Island

Dr Michael Birchall is Curator of Public Practice at Tate Liverpool and Senior Lecturer in Exhibition Studies at Liverpool John Moores University. His interests include, socially engaged art, participatory practices, queer history, community art, exhibition histories from the 1960s onwards, and new forms of creative labour in the arts. Previously he has held curatorial appointments at The Western Front (Vancouver, Canada), The Walter Phillips Gallery at The Banff Centre (Canada), Künstlerhaus Stuttgart (Germany); and has lectured at Zurich University of the Arts. His writing has appeared in Corridor 8, Frieze, Frieze d/e, ARKEN Bulletin, On Curating, Modern Painters, C-Magazine, Art & the Public Sphere, and various catalogues and monologues. In 2017 he co-curated O.K. - The Musical by Christopher Kline at Tate Liverpool.

Dr Birchall will speak about expanded art practice and the role of the museum in developing collaborative and socially engaged projects. As museums shift their focus from static objects to participatory led projects, shifting centre/margin relations challenge the meaning of the museum for its constituents. These shifts will be explored by Dr Birchall in his lecture:

Art, the Museum and its Constituencies

This presentation is part of a broader enquiry developed throughout 2018 which explores Art and Archipelagic Thinking in the 21st Century, around the question - What is an Island? 

No booking necessary and all are welcome.

Ferry 2 pm sharp from Baltimore and 6 pm and 7.15 pm from Sherkin.

For more information contact: Glenn Loughran.

Tel. 087 7756850    Email: glenn.loughran@dit.ie

 www.bavasherkin.com