Curating the learning in the visual arts - the academic and library partnership

Klumpp, Kerri (2014). Curating the learning in the visual arts - the academic and library partnership. In: 2014 ARLIS/ANZ Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, (). 15-17 October 2014.

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Author Klumpp, Kerri
Title of paper Curating the learning in the visual arts - the academic and library partnership
Conference name 2014 ARLIS/ANZ Conference
Conference location Auckland, New Zealand
Conference dates 15-17 October 2014
Publication Year 2014
Sub-type Oral presentation
Open Access Status
Total pages 10
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Curating in the Visual Arts is a course at the University of Queensland that shows the value of 21st century education skills in the research and practice of art curatorship. It also utilises multiple learning sites across the campus: The University of Queensland Art Museum, The Digital Humanities Laboratory in the School of English, Media Studies & Art History as well as UQ Library spaces. 

The key works of art underpinning the assessment for the course are held in the UQ Art Museum. Students research these works both in the Museum and the Library. This reserach is compiled into catalogue essays as well as entries fro the AustLit database. Students also develop visual and digital skills to curate virtual exhibitions using Ortelia CuratorTM software. 

This paper aims to show the ways in which the UQ Library supports Curating in the Visual Arts students in the use of archival and digital resources as they work across different learning spaces - physical and virtual, within the Library, UQ Art Museum and Digital Humanities Laboratory. 
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Additional Notes “This paper was first presented at the ARLIS/ANZ 2014 Conference at Auckland Art Gallery”

Document type: Conference Paper
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Created: Tue, 23 Dec 2014, 12:04:02 EST by Ms Dulcie Stewart on behalf of The University of Queensland Library