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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Tate travel grants

Dislocations: Remapping Art Histories
Tate Modern, London
3-4 December 2015
A conference organised by Tate Research Centre: Asia-Pacific
Tate invites emerging scholars and curators specialising in the field of modern and contemporary Asia-Pacific art to apply for funding to attend the conference Dislocations: Remapping Art Histories at Tate Modern, LondonSuccessful applicants will receive funds sufficient to cover their travel costs and two nights’ accommodation in London.
Attending this conference will provide an exciting occasion for early career scholars and curators to hear from prominent voices in the field of Asia-Pacific art and to meet with a broader network of researchers and specialists.
DAY 1KeynoteDo Ho Suh
DAY 2Session 1Performance: An Expanded Field
ConvenorsJoan Kee and Sook-Kyung Lee
SpeakersIgnacio Adriasola, Lee Ambrozy and Tina Le
Session 2Where Asias Meet: Decolonizing Centres
ConvenorsMing Tiampo and Sook-Kyung Lee
SpeakersPamela Nguyen Corey, Sonal Khullar and Ming Tiampo
Session 3Contemporary Art and the Social
ConvenorsZheng Bo and Marko Daniel
SpeakersLu Peiyi, Su Wei and Zheng Bo
Please apply by sending a CV and short covering letter (400 words) outlining why you would like to attend the conference by email to trc.asiapacific@tate.org.uk by 28 September.
Successful applicants will be notified by 12 October 2015
The Asia-Pacific Research Centre has been established with support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. It acts as a point for focus to encourage and support study, discussion and publication on modern and contemporary art from the Asia-Pacific region, both within Tate and in partnership with scholars and institutions nationally and internationally.

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