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WORLD OF ART, School for curators and critics of contemporary art,
Year 14
Studio 6

Case studies: Studio 6 program and World of Art, School for contemporary art
Lecture by Saša Nabergoj

Friday, September 30, 2011
Postgraduate Programme in Curating
of Institute Cultural Studies in the Arts
(Zürich Art University)

Saša Nabergoj will speak about alternative curatorial strategies; she had developed in the last two decades of her operation within the world of art. On the cases of Studio 6 program and World of Art, School for contemporary art, she will argue that curatorial and critical practice should come from the realm of interdisciplinary collaboration between artists, curators, critics and should be based on in-depth research and continuous monitoring of artistic production.

Studio 6Since 2004 Studio 6 has been developing site specific actions and interventions in the Project Room SCCA in order to encourage discussions and establish constructive collaboration between diverse protagonists of the contemporary art world (artists, curators, critics, theorists), offer space for presentation of artistic actions and ensure their reflection.


Svet umetnostiThe World of Art is the sole program in Slovenia and the broader region of Central, Eastern and Southern Europe aimed towards practical and theoretical education in the field of contemporary art. It comes out of a premise that future experts need and should be taught the skills and methods, along with gaining knowledge and insight into the critical and theoretical apparatus as all this should eventually help them when tackling the complex matter of the world of art.

Saša NabergojSaša Nabergoj works as a curator, writer, editor and lecturer in the field of contemporary art.
She studied art history at the University of Ljubljana. She is an assistant director at the SCCA, the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Ljubljana, which is a non-profit production, research and educational organisation. Its main objective is to produce, encourage and communicate innovative artistic and interpretative practices and to link them internationally. The centre provides those engaged in contemporary art (artists, curators, theoreticians, critics, and public) with knowledge, tools and skills for independent and expressive performance in the world of art. She works as the head of World of Art, a school for curators and contemporary art critics, which is the only programme in Slovenia - and Central, Eastern and Southern Europe - intended for practical and theoretical education in the field of contemporary art. She is a member of the International Association of Art Critics (AICA) in Paris and the International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art (IKT) in Amsterdam.

The lecture is a part of the project ATOM2 and is funded with the support of Swiss Contribution.
SCCA-Ljubljana partner in joint project ATOM2 is Postgraduate Programme in Curating of Institute Cultural Studies in the Arts (Zürich Art University).

SCCA-Ljubljana is supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia and the City of Ljubljana, Department for Culture.

[Published September 30, 2011]



In Focus

At some point,
in some place

(video screening from
DIVA Station archive)

Short Film Night:
21 Dec. 2017, 10.30pm

Slovenian Cinematheque
Free entrance!


Contemporary art
and art theory

Focus: curatorial practices and media & video art

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