Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Milan Mikuláštík

Czech artist and curator Milan Mikuláštík’s VALS lecture will show how the two parallel roles of artistic and curatorial practice influence each other.
There are common aspects that are present in both curatorial and artistic activities across topics, themes and approaches, as well as specific ethical questions.
Mikuláštík’s main interests are the Institutional critique and deconstruction of socio-cultural networks, questioning the role of the author, reflection of relations between art and science, critical comments of the history of museology, history of architecture, the position of painting in digital culture, problems arsing from artistic collaboration, engaged art and artivism.
Milan Mikulastik
Either join us at our Bishop’s Court campus or on this zoom link at the advertised time:

Visiting Artists Lecture Series (VALS) Juliane Foronda, coping mechanisms

We are excited to announce our first VALS event for the new semester and look forward to welcoming Juilane in person at our Bishop’s Court Campus.

For those students who are unable to attend in person you can join the VALS lecture on zoom here:

coping mechanisms
Juliane Foronda (she/her) is a Filipina-Canadian artist, organizer and writer. Her practice is invested in notions of radical care, feminist hospitality, and traditions of gathering. In her VALS talk, coping mechanisms, she will unpack previous projects, as well as sharing her current work and research as MeetFactory’s Food Studioartist-in-residence, which is concerned with the intimacies imbued within gestures and objects that facilitate a hosting practice.

Juliane received her MA in Fine Arts from Listaháskóli Íslands (Iceland University of the Arts) in 2018, and her BA in Studio Art from the University of Guelph in 2013. She lives and works between Glasgow, Scotland and Tkaronto (Toronto), Canada. | @juliforonda (instagram)