Framing Responsibility: A Gathering on Accountability
ICCA Hybrid Gathering
October 7 – 30
The Indigenous Curatorial Collective / Collectif des commissaires autochtones (ICCA) is delighted to present its 2022 Annual Gathering Framing Responsibility: A Gathering on Accountability. For the last several years ICCA’s gathering has moved online because of the COVID-19 pandemic and we are thrilled that this year it will be a hybrid gathering with several in-person events. From October 7th-October 30th, a series of events (panels, workshops, and special activities) will be presented around the theme of our 2022 program, Accountability.
Rooted in the theme of care and accessibility that we began exploring in 2020, this gathering will give space to BIPOC art professionals, curators, artists, and educators (prioritizing those who intersect with having a disability/ies), to reflect, share, and center their work on knowledge and actions of taking/ encouraging accountability through various ways.
WHAT IS ACCOUNTABILITY?
To us at the ICCA, Accountability has many diverse meanings. It goes beyond words, and is more tangible in action. Our gathering this year will covers a variety of topics to engage these ideas, including disability justice in the arts sector, ways in which institutions can responsibly provide accessible and healing spaces for disabled, Deaf, Mad, Indigenous, Black communities and those who intersect alike, restorative justice in the Indigenous art world, and much more. We are looking forward to the unique perspective you will bring to the table!
The 2022 Gathering schedule will be announced shortly on our website, and on our social media pages (Instagram and Facebook). Registration will open in August. Stay tuned for information on how to register!
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