Workshops and Symposia


The network's principal activities were the organisation of three symposia and four workshop seminars.  Details of each event and its documentation can be accessed using the left hand menu.

The symposia were public events with speakers drawn from around Europe the US and Canada, whose content and themes were informed by the initial network seminar discussions.  All the presentations delivered at the symposia have been fully documented. 

The symposia were:

Civil Partnerships? Feminist and Queer Curating, Tate Modern, 18 and 19 May 2012

Connecting the Dots: Virtuality, Technology & Feminism in the Museum, Smithsonian Museums, 22-24 September 2011

Common Differences: Issues for Feminist Curating in Post-Socialist Europe, Tallinn, Estonia, 27-28 May 2011

The seminars were small events that were attended by members of the network institutions and distinguished invited guests. The seminars focussed on critical problems which arise in the feminist curatorial practice. The seminar discussions are documented in a short written report from the host institution.  The seminars were:

Feminisms 2011 University of Brighton, 12 March 2011

Feminist Histories and What They Have to Do with Feminism's Political Future University of Edinburgh, Thursday and Friday, 10-11 March 2011

A Feminist Collection? Stockholm University, 5 February 2011 

Exhibitions, Archives and Documentation: Approaches to Bodies of Knowledge Organized by the Canadian Women Artists History Initiative 27 November 2010, Concordia University, Montreal