Digital Curating Professional Practice Module in Partnership with University of Northampton
We are delighted to be welcoming Visiting Curator Julia Greenway, who will be working with the University of Northampton Fine Art students and NN Contemporary Art on developing an online exhibition project debuting April 28th April 2021.
A Digital Curating module will explore the histories, theories and current debates surrounding the online curatorial practice, working with the 2nd year Fine Art students from the University of Northampton to develop and deliver an exhibition of online works. The module was developed in partnership with NN Contemporary Art, where the course aims to explore the current proliferation of digital art-making and online exhibition building, across creative education practices. Guided by Greenway’s professional curatorial practice in building and presenting digital, archival, and physical exhibitions, this course provides the opportunity for Northampton students to engage with the field and conceive of presenting their work within the digital sphere through diverse outputs.
The Digital Curating course will address contemporary technological practices and work with current students toward the online presentation of their work as well as working collectively towards a final exhibition.
About Julia Greenway:
Julia Greenway is an independent curator originally from Detroit Michigan. Focusing on how digital media influences the aesthetic presentation of gender, economics, and environment, she began her curatorial practice with Interstitial, in Seattle, Washington. She was named the 2017-2018 Curator-in-Residence with Disjecta Contemporary in Portland, Oregon. Upon relocating to London in 2018 to pursue an MFA in Curating at Goldsmiths, she independently produced Gery Georgieva’s UWU Channel Radiance at Cubitt Artists and Joey Holder’s Semelparous at Springhealth Leisure Centre in early 2020.