Join the International Center of Photography for a panel discussion (1:30–3 PM) that considers radical curatorial methodologies, approaches that recognize young people as cultural producers, and image-based work that sits at the intersection of art and activism. We’ll use past and upcoming ICP exhibitions as a starting point for conversation, drawing on learned experiences from curators, youth educators, and arts administrators on ICP’s team.
Guided tours of the ICP School will be offered 30 minutes before and after the program (1–1:30 & 3–3:30 PM). The facility includes: classrooms, analog and digital labs, a studio, library, and gallery exhibition featuring the work of students in the ICP-Bard MFA program.
This program is organized in partnership with Open Engagement 2018, taking place May 11 through 13 at the Queens Museum and a constellation of sites across New York City. This event is free and open to the public, but please register in advance.