In this 45-minute webinar find out more about a curator’s practice and the relationship between curator and visual artist. Kezia Geddes, Curator at Lismore Regional Gallery and Katie Dyer, Senior Curator at the Powerhouse Museum, will discuss their curatorial practice during an interview and Q+A segment. What is the most effective way for a visual artist to approach a curator? What should you include in your artist statement? What is the time-frame generally needed when scheduling and planning an exhibition? How do you gain a foothold into exhibiting at the next level, when local options may be limited? These questions and more will be discussed.
Katie Dyer is Senior Curator, Contemporary, at the Powerhouse Museum where she leads and develops creative cross-disciplinary contemporary curatorial programming. She has extensive experience working with established and emerging artists and historical collections. Her current research areas focus on creative practice as a response to our contemporary conditions, interdisciplinary collaboration and the re-imagined museum. She has held positions at the National Art School and the MCA, Sydney, MOMA and The Drawing Center in New York.
Kezia Geddes is Curator at Lismore Regional Gallery and in her 14 years in this position has contributed to the evolving program of this dynamic regional gallery. The list of exhibitions Kezia has worked on is long and diverse. Exhibitions she curated in 2019 included; The Alchemists: North Coast Woodfire; Comes from the shadow: Jumaadi; The Dark Sublime: Emma Walker; Gesture of Balance: Grant Vaughan; The Terania Creek Protest, and Paperbark: Lionel Bawden.