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A lecture series from The Courtauld Institute of Art’s MA Programme Curating the Art Museum in collaboration with the Research Forum

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Museum Debates

Museum Debates is a series of public discussions devised, organised and staged each year by the students of the Courtauld’s MA, Curating the Art Museum. The intention is to focus on issues of current interest and urgency relating to museums and galleries and to the practice of curating; to identify speakers with distinct views and perspectives both within the Institute and more widely; and to frame lively debates that engage a broad audience, of students, professionals and the public at large.

Previous debates

24 June 2015  Museums and Soft Power

Kate Arthurs (Director of Strategy, British Council Arts)
Chris Dercon (Director, Tate Modern)
Darius Sanai (Editor in Chief, Conde Nast Contract Publishing and Editor in Chief, Baku magazine)
Moderated by Professor Julian Stallabrass (The Courtauld Institute of Art)


14 March 2014  How are Conservation Decisions Reached? The Dialogue between Curator and Conservator

Dean Sully (Lecturer in Conservation, University College London)
Rica Jones (Conservator, formerly of Tate’s Conservation Department)
Titika Malkogeorgou (Associate, UCL Centre for Museums, Heritage & Material Culture Studies; formerly Visiting Researcher at the V&A)


14 March 2013  Challenging Pasts: Museums, Memory and the Centenary of World War I

Clare Barlow (Assistant Curator, National Portrait Gallery, London)
Lutz Becker (Artist and Curator, London)
Joan Gibbons (Curator and Author of Contemporary Art and Memory, Birmingham)
Ian Kikuchi (War Historian and a Curator of the Imperial War Museum’s new First World War gallery, London)


8 June 2012  Trans-historical Displays: A Curatorial Challenge?

Christopher Green (Professor, The Courtauld Institute of Art; Curator of the recent Modern Antiquity: Picasso, de Chirico, Léger, and Picabia in the Presence of the Antique at the Getty Villa)
Jeremy Lewison (Independent Curator; Curator of the exhibition Turner Monet Twombly: Later Paintings opening at Tate Liverpool in June 2012)
Minna Moore Ede (National Gallery; Curator of the upcoming Metamorphosis: Titian 2012, opening at the National Gallery in July 2012)


7 March 2012  Museums without Walls: Showing Art in a Digital Age

Xavier Bray (Chief Curator, Dulwich Picture Gallery)
Spencer Hyman (Chief Executive, Art Finder)
Kirstie Beaven (Producer, Interactive Media, Tate Online)
Joff Whitten (Public Programmes, The Courtauld)
Chair: Sarah Hyde (Visiting Lecturer, MA Curating the Art Museum, The Courtauld)


7 July 2011  To Tweet or Not to Tweet: Social Media and Museums

Katy Beale (Creative Producer at Culture Hack Day and freelance digital consultant)
Emma McLean (Digital Marketing Officer, National Maritime Museum, London)
Jesse Ringham (Digital Communications Manager, Tate, London)


5 March 2010  Dizziness, Delusion and Devotion: The Extremes of Viewership Then and Now

Mark Fairnington (Artist)
Edward Payne (The Courtauld Institute of Art)
Jack Hartnell (The Courtauld Institute of Art): Chair


5 March 2010  Blurring Distinctions? Art and Material Culture

Xavier Bray (Assistant Curator, The National Gallery, London)
Christopher Brown (Director, The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford)
Peta Motture (Curator, Victoria and Albert Museum, London)
Joanna Woodall, Chair (The Courtauld Institute of Art)


6 October 2009 Delivering the MessageResearch-led exhibitions

Ken Arnold (Head of Public Programmes, The Wellcome Trust)
Tim Boon (Chief Curator, The Science Museum)
Geoffrey Crossick (Warden of Goldsmiths, University of London)
Xerxes Mazda (Head of Learning and Audiences, The British Museum)


17 March 2009 Entering the Post-Blockbuster Era?

Charles Saumarez Smith (Secretary and Chief Executive, Royal Academy of Arts)
Jonathan Jones 
(Art Journalist and Critic, The Guardian)

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