Friday, March 16, 2018

Research Yard

Facilitated by current Alice Yard resident Natalie McGuire

Alice Yard will host a pop-up research resource, installing a collection of publications and documents from the reading lists of eight sources in the creative community, for exploration and discussion.
Facilitated by current Alice Yard resident Natalie McGuire, contributors include:
Facilitated by current Alice Yard resident Natalie McGuire1000 mokos / Christopher Cozier / Fresh Milk Arts Platform / Marsha Pearce via the D. Small Art Library /  Nicholas Laughlin / Sean Leonard / See You on Sundays
Open access available:
Friday March 16th: 4pm - 7pm
Saturday March 17th: 10am - 5pm
Sunday March 18th: 1pm - 4pm

Barbadian curator and researcher,  Natalie McGuire's work focuses on community-driven critical discourse in culture, through repositioning frameworks of research on Caribbean art, as well as digitally housed creative exchange projects. Currently a PhD candidate in Cultural Studies at the UWI Cave Hill, Natalie is also the Assistant Curator Social History and Engagement at the Barbados Museum and Historical Society, and has coordinated exchange projects and exhibitions for platforms such as Fresh Milk, CARIFESTA, The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa and Gallery NuEdge. In 2015 she was the art writer in residence for Caribbean Linked III, and has contributed articles for ARC Magazine, AICA SC, MOKO Magazine, Caribbean Beat, as well as artist exhibition catalogues.