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Unit name Curatorial Practice
Unit code FSA306
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Creative Arts and Media
Discipline Arts
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Learning Outcomes

1. Analyse debates and positions in contemporary curatorial practices in the GLAM sector

2. Identify and critique regional, national, and international variations in curatorial practices and funding

3. Apply disciplinary skills of collaboration and engagement with industry partners to present critically persuasively work to external agencies.

4. Demonstrate the development of an ethical and culturally sensitive approach to curatorial practice




25% at introductory level in any discipline in any faculty


Teaching Pattern

On Campus:
Weekly lecture (1 hour)
Weekly tutorial (1 hour) 
Online class (1 hour)


Task 1: Presentation of a professional ‘pitch', Presentation, 500-word summary and Exhibition layout (40%)

Task 2: Catalogue essay, 1,500 words (40%)

Task 3: Critique, 1,000 words (20%)

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