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Overview

This course examines the theoretical and practical aspects of exhibition management. It develops a knowledge of curatorial procedures with particular reference to the initiation, presentation, interpretation and planning of art works in exhibition settings. Specific attention is paid to the administrative skills necessary to mount exhibitions, the production of visual and written documentation and the methods of critical engagement with images and objects. Visits to exhibitions as well as participation in the planning and implementation of an exhibition form an essential part of this subject. Students undertaking this course must first complete at least three of the following core courses: SAHT9111, SAHT9112, SAHT9113 and SAHT9126.

Study Level

Postgraduate

Indicative contact hours

4

Conditions for Enrolment

Students must have completed at least three of the following four courses - SAHT9111, SAHT9112, SAHT9113 and SAHT9126 - as a prerequisite to SAHT9114.

Course Outline

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