What's wrong with contemporary art: Jane Deeth at TEDxHobart
Published at : 05 Dec 2020
Jane Deeth is an arts writer, curator and educator. Over 20 years of emersion in the visual arts across the gamut of roles, Jane has established New Audiences for Art, a consultancy that works with art educators and museums to build resilient and fearless viewers of art. Her PhD thesis, entitled "Extracting Meaning from Strangeness" (2009), underpins this practice and advocates for a radical rethink of the way contemporary art is presented and interpreted.
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