NEWS (4 October 2010)
Your feedback is still very much welcome. It is possible to leave a general message or comments on each part of the programme. For more information see: http://www.incca.org/cawc-feedback
NEWS (28 June 2010)
Symposium come and gone but not forgotten.
The long awaited international symposium Contemporary Art: Who Cares? has come and gone, but will not be forgotten. For three days the Royal Tropical Institute (Dutch acronym KIT) in Amsterdam was a buzz with over 550 professionals from 32 countries. Participants were inspired by the plenary lectures, joined discussions on topical issues, worked together in practical workshops, gained new knowledge at the poster exhibition and, last but not at least, forged new professional relationships. Many found themselves in familiar surroundings as the KIT was also the location of the 1997 symposium Modern Art: Who Cares?
NEWS (31 May 2010)
New additions to this website. See the menu on the left for details on:
Book sale: Archetype Publications wil be selling books with discount for symposium participants.
Installations on display: Participants are welcome to view two works of art especially installed by the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam during the lunch break. For those who have more time, visit the Olafur Eliasson installation at Museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam.
DOKU.ARTS film festival: Participants of Contemporary Art: Who Cares? may wish to spend their evenings at the DOKU.ARTS film festival which takes place in the same week.
NEWS (21 April 2010)
Tickets to the symposium are completely sold out. It is also no longer possible to add you your name to the waiting list.
NEWS (15 March 2010)
Please note: the student places on the waiting list are no longer available. Only professionals (ticket price €290) can try for a place on the waiting list.
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NEWS (February 2010)
Important news for students wanting to attend Contemporary Art: Who Cares? There are only 25 student places left! Register as soon as possible to avoid dissappointment. Student tickets cost €160; a saving of €130 on a normal ticket which costs €290.
NEWS (November 2009)
REGISTRATION HAS STARTED!