Curatorial Research Bureau
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Curatorial Research Bureau
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Fall 2019

Curatorial Research Bureau and California College of the Arts are delighted to present a series of academic and public programs with curators Ute Meta Bauer and Sarah Rifky and the designer Na Kim, taking place at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts this fall.

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CRB Programs


About

Curatorial Research Bureau is a bookshop, a learning site, an exhibition and public program, and the hub of learning for the Graduate Program in Curatorial Practice at California College of the Arts. Located at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Curatorial Research Bureau unites education and consumerism inside a contemporary arts institution, prioritizing context as an active ingredient in the practice of curatorial research and education.

Curatorial Research Bureau is made possible with funding and support from California College of the Arts and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. It is produced by Bureau for Open Culture.


100 Books

100 Books is the newly envisioned bookshop component of the CRB offering for sale a special inventory of titles with a global perspective on curating, design, and the archive in contemporary art. 100 Books promotes the exchange of ideas through a regularly changing collection of specific titles, many chosen from small presses, independent publishers, and art institutions from around the world.

100 Books

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Wall Drawing by Na Kim

South Korean, Berlin-based graphic designer and curator Na Kim will install a site-specific wall drawing and installation for Curatorial Research Bureau as part of her week-long engagement with the CCA community this fall. Installation begins October 21, with an opening on October 24, coinciding with her public talk. View previous installations made by Na Kim on her website.