DESIGN TRUST / RCA CALL FOR FELLOWSHIPS & UPCOMING PUBLIC LECTURE 24 APRIL 2019

16. 4. 2019

DESIGN TRUST / RCA FELLOWSHIP IN DESIGN CURATION 設計策展資助計劃 2019

Applications are invited for the Design Trust / RCA Fellowship in Design Curation. Extensively supported by the Design Trust, this is a six-month to one-year opportunity for research, learning and engagement at the Royal College of Art. The deadline for applications is Thursday, 2 May 2019.

Based at the Royal College of Art in London, the Fellow(s) will undertake advanced research into curatorial practice in relation to contemporary design and recent design history. Areas of focus might include: strategies for exhibition-making, display, interpretation and collections; design archives; design curating in the public sphere; design theory and method as curatorial practice; curating emergent technologies; and history and current practice in design curating. For more details please visit:http://designtrust.hk/grants/research-fellowships/.

DESIGN TRUST / RCA DESIGN CURATION PUBLIC LECTURE

Date: 24.04.2019
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Venue: Miller Theatre, Asia Society Hong Kong Center, 9 Justice Drive, Admiralty, Hong Kong 
RSVP here by Friday, 19 April 2019

Addressing the burgeoning field of design curating in Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area region in a global context, DESIGN TRUST / RCA FELLOWSHIP IN DESIGN CURATION provides advanced research into curatorial practice in relation to contemporary design and recent design history. Returned from the Royal College of Art in London, Fellows Mina Song and Sunnie Chan will present their research exploring curatorial practice and theory in relation to existing and emergent design disciplines, and its place within the interdisciplinary curatorial field.

Speakers: Mina Song (2017 Design Trust / RCA Fellow) and Sunnie Chan (2018 Design Trust / RCA Fellow)
Co-moderators: Marisa Yiu (Co-founder and Executive Director, Design Trust) and Doryun Chong (Deputy Director, Curatorial and Chief Curator, M+, West Kowloon Cultural District)