Contemporary Art Tasmania is supported by occasional projects developed by guest curators.

 

CAT acts to generate, influence, filter and reveal the complexities of contemporary art; that constantly shifting field of activity that engages with – or challenges – the present. One way we do this is through curatorial projects, developed both in-house by CAT as well as externally by professional curators working outside the organisation. Guest curators contribute to creating an expansive environment for our programs and for professional practice.
Curatorial projects can be instigated through invitation or by application. We welcome expressions of interest from curators for projects that are experimental in nature, contemporary in concept, and that clearly demonstrate viability. Click here for submission details.
Jane Chang Mi, The Church of Life, 2019, felt with eyelets, 150 x 120 cm, words of George Jarrett Helm Jr (1950 – disappeared 1977) Half a Meter, 2015/2021, installation view. Photo: Rémi Chauvin.
Mia Bailey, Girly, 2009, video still. Exhibited as part of Bad Samaritans, curated by Alicia King.

Past Guest Curators

The current guest curator is Lucy Bleach who is working with artists Tess Campbell and Sam Mountford to develop Boundaries, an exhibition to be presented in the 2022 gallery program.

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