Exhibitions-Making 101 Workshop
23.10 - 24.10.2023
19:00 - 22:00 Each day
This 2 session workshop will take participants through the fundamentals of presenting their works in an exhibition to create a compelling narrative. Participants will engage in conversations around conceptualising an exhibition, space, layout, materials and programmes. Participants will put these ideas into practice by working on and presenting an exhibition plan for their existing projects.
Chelsea Chua, Objectifs
Chelsea curates and manages programmes at Objectifs. She is the curator for Stories That Matter, an annual programme at Objectifs that showcases the possibilities of non-fiction visual storytelling. Other programmes she manages at the centre include the Objectifs Documentary Awards, Curator Open Call and the centre’s artist residency programmes, which supports the development of filmmakers, photographers, artists and curators in Singapore and the region.
Chelsea graduated from the University of Western Australia with a B.A.(Hons) in Literature and Political Science.
What can exhibition do?
– Introduction to fundamentals of exhibition making
– Composing an exhibition narrative
– Spatial planning
– Participants to share about the projects that they are working on
– Introduction to exhibition space
– Putting together an exhibition layout
– Presentation and critique of exhibition ideas
– Engaging the community
– Programming around exhibition
Deposit: HKD 300
*Please note that this workshop is open to confirmed participants only. Participants who have received email confirmation must settle the participation fee within the deadline. The admin fee charged by Eventbrite shall be borne by participants. Tickets are non-transferable.
*Refundable only upon attendance. The admin fee charged by Eventbrite shall be borne by participants. Absentees are not allowed for any refunds.
Deadline: 16 October 2023 18:00 HKT