The St Andrews Centre for Contemporary Art runs regular work-in-progress sessions each semester, which provide a supportive and nurturing environment to discuss articles, chapters, catalogue essays and other pieces of writing together with peers, and to workshop ideas, structure and the publication process. If you would like to share your work via an in-progress session, please get in touch! Sessions generally run once or twice a semester, in the first or last weeks of term. Sessions are run online via MS Teams. All are welcome to join – please use the website contact form to receive the link and a copy of the text.
Wednesday 11 October, 1-2pm (hybrid session): ‘“The Degeneration Boom”: The Politics of Artistic Freedom in Interwar Britain,’ Hemdat Kislev
28 April 2023: ‘Shell as Territory: Maritime Material Culture as ‘Chinese’ Matter in Art of the Twenty-First Century, Dr Anna Grasskamp
2 December 2022: ‘Uniting a Feminist Nation: The International Videoletters Network, 1975–77,’ Lexington Davis
14 April 2022: ‘Naomi Mitchison and Modern African Art in Rural Scotland,’ Dr Kate Cowcher
7 December 2021: ‘Unschooling Contemporary Art Exhibitions,’ Dr Ana S. González Rueda
23 September 2021: ‘Composting the Monument: Pope.L, Police, and the Trouble with Post-raciality,’ Martyna Majewska
2 October 2020: ‘”Since they can’t put Venezuela in their suitcases, they take mosaic tiles from the airport”: Carlos Cruz-Diez’s Kineticism in the Time of Migration,’ Dr Natalia Sassu Suarez Ferri