3x3 talk and workshop for visual artists - Paul O'Neill
3x3 is East Street Arts' (ESA) new series of talks and workshops for visual arts practitioners which will invite international curators and artists to present their experiences to groups of visual arts practitioners.
Each 3x3 session will give the visiting speakers the opportunity to present their own work as a starting point to 10-15 participants. This will be followed by group workshops and discussion to increase knowledge about the varied approaches to curating and its relationship to art practice, audiences, criticism and theory.
N.B. Participants will be asked to pass on one idea or question to the curators, prior to the event, facilitating a more informed debate during discussion time.
Paul O' Neill is a curator, artist, and writer, based in London and Bristol. He is Great Western Research Alliance (GWR) Research Fellow in Commissioning Contemporary Art with Situations at the University of the West of England, Bristol, where he is leading 'Locating the Producers' - a three year international research project that investigates curatorial methodologies and the commissioning of contemporary art through internationally-focused public events. Since 2003, he has dedicated his time to researching the development of contemporary curatorial discourses since the late 1980s as part of a PhD scholarship at Middlesex University.
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