WELCOME TO A2
UNIT 3
CURATORSHIP PROJECT
• This unit requires a written element in which
candidates are expected to develop a personal
investig...
CURATOR
• A curator can often have sole responsibility
for the acquisition and care of objects. The
curator will make deci...
BRIEF:
• You are a curator for a photography exhibition
with the theme ‘colour’.
• You must select 3 photographers and the...
PEOPLE/RACE
EMOTION

NATURAL/ARTIFICIAL
TONE
ATMOSPHERE

CULTURE

SYMBOLISM

COLOUR

POLITICS

DECORATIVE
LACK OF/ABSENCE
...
PHOTGRAPHERS:
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  1. 1. WELCOME TO A2 UNIT 3
  2. 2. CURATORSHIP PROJECT • This unit requires a written element in which candidates are expected to develop a personal investigation based on an idea, issue, concept or theme that should then be linked with practical elements and lead to a finished piece/pieces. • Written materials should be no less than 2000 words and no more than 3000.
  3. 3. CURATOR • A curator can often have sole responsibility for the acquisition and care of objects. The curator will make decisions regarding what objects to take, oversee their potential and documentations, conduct research based on the collection and history and share that research with the public and polymath community through exhibitions and publications.
  4. 4. BRIEF: • You are a curator for a photography exhibition with the theme ‘colour’. • You must select 3 photographers and their work to display in your exhibit – you must provide relevant information about the photographers life/work and specific pieces of work. Why have you selected them and why do they belong in the same show ? • You must also create an exhibition space and show floor plans for the exhibit which map out how the work will be viewed and why.
  5. 5. PEOPLE/RACE EMOTION NATURAL/ARTIFICIAL TONE ATMOSPHERE CULTURE SYMBOLISM COLOUR POLITICS DECORATIVE LACK OF/ABSENCE GENDER SPECTRUM
  6. 6. PHOTGRAPHERS:
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