SENECA project Spring/ Summer 2018

Excursion to Brugge and Pre-Internship Module

Renovating the UCHUMHAR32 Heritage course in Spring 2018, as part of the SENECA Bridging Brugge project, included students and staff going on a two day excursion to Brugge in the mid-term break.

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A Message from Stockholm

Sander Hintzen, who is completing his Master in Curating Art, with Management and Law at Stockholm University, reflects on curatorship, multidisciplinarity, and his involvement in an exhibition at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm. The exhibition ‘Manipulate the World – Connecting Öyvind Fahlström’ saw about 30 artists engaging with the theoretical legacy of Fahlström’s artistic practice.

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Update from Charlotte Wittesaele

On completion of the Contemporary Art and Art Theory from Asia and Africa Master at the School of African and Oriental Studies (SOAS) in London, Charlotte Wittesaele discusses her specialisation in contemporary art created in Southeast Asia and various relevant diasporic practices.

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Interview with Laura Kraak

A couple of years ago, the UCU Cultural Heritage Program (CHIP) was subject to several impactful changes. At the same time, College Hall invited former Alumni Officer Mirjam Nordholt to further UCU’s alumni policy. A perfect opportunity to catch up (by e-mail) with UCU and CHIP alumna Laura Kraak.

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you caught my interest-2Funhouse

Inspired by the title of Jed Perl’s labeling of the Tate Modern in London as a ‘funhouse’, the teachers of UCU’s heritage studies course inaugurated a photographic competition by the same name. In the context of an excursion to London the students were challenged to document any of the heritage dynamics encountered.

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