This is a raw collection of resources culled from the comments of the Learning and Teaching Now class...
Here is the promised Raqs Media Collective text. It is from the bookCurating and the Educational Turn, published by Open Editions in 2010.
An exhibition called "Re-learning" opened at P! (334 Broome Street) this week. (See page 2).
Platform for Pedagogy is a weekly newsletter of many pedagogical goings-on in NYC.
Reading Ranciere made me think of No-How.
In the interest of school not perpetuating inequities, it could be insightful to speak with Willie Baptiste, author of Pedagogy of the Poor
Recently I've been interested in the Artist Placement Group. In the 1970s they experimented with a debate-based exhibition format: the main exhibit was a board room table entitled "The Sculpture," where APG hosted live discussions between artists, industrialists and government representatives.’ Perhaps we could assemble such a sculpture...
Ian Svenonius is doing these seance/workshops for his latest book's launch.
A case study: On How to Fall With Grace—or Flat on Your Face
Clara suggested these teaching notes from the artist Paul Thek.
We will also look at an "assignment" from the book Draw it with your Eyes Closed. It is short so we'll read it in class together.
"Art School: (Propositions for the 21st Century)"
Here are some excerpts sof chapters from this book, which I found online:
I would like to add a reading for our next meeting. It is a talk by Luis Camnitzer, given at the International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) in Brooklyn, New York on May 15, 2011. Here is a link to a copy of the talk. (The talk was a performance, and this text is unpublished, so please do not cite it. I am just sharing it in order to further our discussion.)