ICPP Leadership Talks: Marc Bamuthi Joseph on Activating Community
August 12, 2016
Danspace Project was a founding partner of Wesleyan University’s Institute for Curatorial Practice in Performance in 2011. Over the past six years, Danspace Project has continued in partnership with ICPP as core faculty, through shaping course curricula, and through artists’ residencies and fellowship opportunities.
ICPP is committed to supporting current dialogue around performance curation. To this end, the Institute recently launched “Leadership Talks from ICPP,” a series of digitally archived presentations by today’s leaders in the field. Excerpts from class lectures, public presentations, and intimate interviews with artists, curators, architects, critics, and presenters will be posted on our website throughout the year, starting with two by Marc Bamuthi Joseph (Chief of Program and Pedagogy, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts – watch above) on activating community and by Elijah Huge (Associate Professor of Art, Wesleyan University) considering architectural space in curatorial practice.