Un/Learning Space is a newly initiated project by Open Space to support and mentor emerging art creatives. By both learning and unlearning, the workshops that will be available between April-September 2021 will aim to question the classical institutional teaching.
UN/LEARNING SPACE: Cover Letter Workshop with Fatoş Üstek
8 April, 2021 (Thursday), 6:30-8 pm
To kick start the UN/LEARNING Workshop series, Fatoş Üstek will use her expertise to advise on cover letter writing for job applications. It will provide a methodology and an overview into outlining, preparing and proofing cover letters for applications. The workshop is designed for a small number of participants to enable participants to raise their concerns and queries and receive immediate responses and solutions.
Note: While these workshops are free we do rely on donations in order to support our workshop leaders financially.
Fatoş Üstek is an independent curator and writer, based in London. She was Director of Liverpool Biennial, (2019-20), a jury member for Turner Prize Bursaries 2020, Arts Foundation Futures Award 2021, Scotland in Venice 2022, Dutch Pavilion 2022, and as an external member of the acquisitions committee for the Arts Council Collection (2018-2020). She is the curator of Do Ho Suh’s largest UK commission (2018-2020). She was chief Juror for Celeste Art Prize 2017, Mamouth Art Project 2016. She was formerly Director and Chief Curator of DRAF (David Roberts Art Foundation), curated miart Talks 2018; Art Night, East London, 2017 and fig-2 50 exhibitions in 50 weeks, ICA, 2015. She acted as Associate Curator for the 10th Gwangju Biennale, 2014. Ustek is a contributing editor to Extra Extra Magazine, a founding member of the Association of Women in the Arts (AWITA); trustee of Art Night; board member of Urbane Kunste Ruhr; advisory panel for Jan van Eyck Academie; member of the International Association of Art Critics AICA UK, and an ICI Alumni. Recently, Ustek delivered keynote lectures at London City Hall, Tate Modern, De Montfort University and presented papers in conferences held in the UK, Europe, and South America. She publishes regularly in exhibition catalogues and art magazines, and was the co-founding Editor of Nowhere (2008-12).
This event’s capacity is for 12 participants and the suggested donation is £18. To book for the event please click here.