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Guide by The Office Space: May

In a world where Gen X’s through to Z’s deem themselves “curators” of sorts – from designing restaurant menus through to social media posts – the conventional definition of this term is in dire need of reigning in!

At this month’s Sydney Writer’s Festival, Former Curatorial Director of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Anthony Bond, will question the role of classification, and the role art history has played in creating rigid taxonomy structures for contemporary art curators.

Join him for his insights on a new, less rigid future for curating.
Where: Pier 2/3, Curiosity Stage, Walsh Bay
When: Thursday 19 May 1:30 PM – 2:10 PM FREE

Header: Richard Deacon
Icon: Esther Stewart

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