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Interview with curator Jamillah James — The unconventional start to her art career — The responsibility of museums to be accessible & accountable — Generosity & mentorship — What does it mean to curate the contemporary?
Welcome to Season 3 of The Carla Podcast!
This episode, host Lindsay Preston Zappas is joined by curator Jamillah James for an in-depth conversation spanning the whole episode. They discuss James’ background in music and fast-track from overcoming serious illness to landing her current role as chief curator at ICA LA in a span of just nine years.
James and LPZ discuss the responsibility of the museum to be accessible, accountable, and willing to learn from its public. James talks about the contemporary as something that is actively unfolding, and how to curate the contemporary while it is constantly evolving. She also shares her thoughts about showing generosity and mentorship to a younger generation, and the importance of teaching professional practice. Plus, a sneak peek into her largest curatorial project to date and the ICA’s ambitious plan to crowdfund their museum.
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