Supporters Club Talk #8 features Emily Pethick, curator and Director of The Showroom London on Wednesday 16 March 2016 at 6.30pm.
Wednesday 16 March 2016 | 6.30pm
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Temple Bar Gallery + Studios is delighted to present Emily Pethick, curator and Director of The Showroom London, in the eighth talk in the series.
Emily Pethick will talk about the organisational approach of The Showroom, a non-profit contemporary art space in London. She will present a few of the projects which have been realized over the last years that have involved collaborative, process orientated and situated approaches to the production of art, exhibitions, knowledge and relationships, and will also open up some of the research she has conducted into other organisations working like this in different international contexts.
Emily Pethick is Director of the Showroom Gallery, a non-for-profit space in North West London. From 2005-2008 she was the director of Casco, Office for Art, Design and Theory, in Utrecht, The Netherlands. From 2003-2004 she was curator at Cubitt, London. She has contributed to numerous catalogues and magazines, including Frieze, Artforum and Afterall.
Places for this talk are reserved solely for TBG+S Supporters Club members. Become a Supporter by signing up on our website at www.templebargallery.com/support or pay by cash or cheque at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, 5-9 Temple Bar, Dublin 2. Once you have signed up, book your place (+1 free guest) at the talk by emailing Muriel Foxton at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01 6710073. If you would like to gift Supporters Club membership to a friend please email Muriel with your friend's name, email and postal address. We look forward to hearing from you and to welcoming you on board!
Our series of Supporters Club Talks presents a fantastic line-up of special guest speakers on the theme of 'production, practice, ideas’.