Claudio Zecchi is an independent curator whose research is focused on investigating the relationship between art and public space. UKYA is supporting his residency in Japan at the TOKAS - Tokyo Arts and Space to develop the fifth chapter of this research. Here he is interviewed about the project by Guilia Morucchio for ATP Diary.
We are seeking up to 10 outstanding creatives of all persuasions from visual arts to dance, music to photography, architecture to geographers, urbanists and anthropologists to participate in UKYA Cornish Weekender 13-16th April at Porthmeor Studios. Working with Curator Claudio Zecchi, selected artists will immerse themselves in the stunning town of St Ives and participate in dialogues, activities and projections to explore the rich artistic and historic community. Deadline Mon 26 Feb.
UKYA is proud to be supporting Curator, Claudio Zecchi as he embarks on a month-long residency in Tokyo. A critical friend of UKYA, Claudio has worked with us on a number of projects, including Blackpool Weekender, Work in Common and our upcoming Cornish Weekender.
UKYA is seeking skilled and passionate individuals to join our team. We currently have four posts available as we enter a new and exciting chapter as a National Portfolio Organisation for Arts Council England. Head over to the 'vacancies' page to find out more and apply.
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