Curatorial Toolkit: A Practical Guide for Curators
By Karen Love
for 2010 Legacies Now, a non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening arts, literacy, sport and recreation, healthy living, accessibility and volunteerism in communities throughout British Columbia and Canada.
This toolkit is designed primarily for emerging curators. Although written mainly for independent curators, a lot of this information is relevant for individuals working within an institution. The toolkit assumes the curator will be working primarily in the non-profit sector with public art galleries, museums and/or artist-run centres in Canada, although the information can also be relevant for contracts within the private sector and with institutions outside of Canada.”
Public Art Toolkit
By Barbara Cole, Lorna Brown and Karen Henry
Published in 2010 as a project of the Creative City Network of Canada, a national non-profit organization that operates as a knowledge-sharing, research, public education, and professional development resource in the field of local cultural policy, planning and practice.
This Toolkit is intended as a guide when planning a public art Program or evaluating an existing one, and contains further resources for the management of public art projects as well…Our hope is that this toolkit will inspire and assist in achieving excellence in all areas of your work, regardless of the scale of the project—in the artwork itself and the ways in which it is selected, produced and presented.”