Each day this week, one of our internal meetings is open to the public as part of the second CCA Institutional Performance Festival. This is an opportunity to hear how the institution speaks in private, to encounter the people behind the projects, and to get a sense of the operation of an international research centre for architecture. No special programming is planned: these will be real meetings, with everything that entails.
The Institutional Performance Festival was created at the How to: disturb the public workshop in 2019. It was imagined as a physical event that would welcome you into the private spaces of the building—and today, with most of our meetings online, we can welcome even more people around a virtual table.
In Part Three, we meet with two CCA 2021-2022 Curatorial Interns, Neady Atieno Oduor and Dina Taha, to discuss their work on a history of Collection acquisitions. This collection timeline will be added to the existing institutional timelines representing exhibitions, publications, and public and research programs.
Click here to register. Before and after the meeting, there will be a conversation with the CCA Public team and opportunities to ask questions.
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