Under NTU’s School of Art, Design and Media (ADM)’s Doctor of Philosophy programme, NTU CCA Singapore offers a stream in Spaces of the Curatorial. The Centre aims to connect research on Spaces of the Curatorial in an expanded notion of curating in connection to the diverse histories and infrastructural specificities of the region and beyond. Under this umbrella, students currently carry out research on topics such as art and law, as well as art infrastructures and exhibition histories in the Southeast Asian region.
The research-oriented PhD programme will provide students with the opportunity to pursue independent research in the new ADM research areas of Art in Public Space and Curating the City. ADM offers a choice between two options of study within the PhD programme: by research or by research with a practical component.
For further details, please visit: www.adm.ntu.edu.sg/programmes.
For enquiries, please contact: NTUCCAgraduateprog@ntu.edu.sg.
When: 1 - 30 Jun 2016,
By: NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore (NTU CCA Singapore)