Council for Museum Anthropology Annual Ivan Karp Workshop in Museum Anthropology: Clay, Ceramics, Curation
Created in partnership with the Gardiner Ceramic Museum, this workshop will explore postcolonial, transnational and Queer curation of ceramics, with a focus on the ceramic art of Dame Magdalene Odundo and the materiality of clay. The workshop is free, but requires pre-registration. Space is limited to 20. Lunch at Clay Restaurant will be provided. Attendees are responsible for getting to/from the Museum.
Students, recent graduates, and emerging professionals should submit:
– your contact information (email, phone)
-biographical details (Name, School, Department, Degree, Specialization)
– a brief paragraph on why you are interested in this workshop and what you hope to learn from it (<250 words)
-any dietary restrictions, allergies, or accessibility needs
Note: you do not need to be a member of CMA or ABA to apply.
Send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 6th, 2023.
The Ivan Karp Workshops in Museum Anthropology are organized in conjunction with the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association to provide current and recent students (undergraduate, M.A., and Ph.D.), as well as emerging professionals, with opportunities to learn about innovative museology practices as well as issues and methods in museum anthropology. This annual workshop is made possible by the generosity of Dr. Corinne A. Kratz. The Council for Museum Anthropology and Association of Black Anthropologists are grateful for the opportunity to co-host the Workshop, and to collaborate with the Gardiner Museum.