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queer timɘs school prints

Artwork
Authors Jason E. Bowman
Published in Commissioned by the Gallery of Modern Art and Acquired for the Collection of Glasgow Museums.
Publication year 2018
Published at Valand Academy
Language en
Links hdl.handle.net/2077/58789
Keywords Queer, Artist-Organisation, Curating, Community, Commissioning
Subject categories Arts

Abstract

queer timɘs school prints was commissioned and acquired for the collection of Glasgow Museums. It investigated the potential to establish a non-licit form of organisation that builds on potential curatorial impulses within projectarian ‘socially-engaged’ forms of pedagogical art as conceived of and curated by artists in collaboration with citizens and commissioned by art institutions. From a process of citizen engagement (via public assemblies as a temporary queer school) ten initial ‘educational’ prints were commissioned under the monikor of queer timɘs school prints. queer timɘs school prints as a concept was purchased by Glasgow Museums, allowing for an ongoing community commissioning scheme focusing on histories and comditions of LGTPQIA+ identities and forms of organisation. The work coincides with the legislation that demands that LGBT+ histories and issues are compulsory within Scotland’s curriculum for schools. It includes the first ever lesson plans for schools to be produced within the new legislation, based on the first iteration of queer timɘs school prints.

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