Kate Kolberg (MA, 2018)

 

Friday, November 9, 2012 - 4:00pm

Kate Kolberg is a writer and curator based in Toronto. Her writing in poetry and prose has been published with Peripheral Review (forthcoming), Phile: The International Journal of Desire and Curiosity (2018), Xpace Cultural Centre (2018), Studio Beat (2016), and featured in Towards (2017), The Table (2017), and Art Metropole x The Table (2018). Kate is the co-owner and programmer of a project space, Sibling (formerly Little Sister), where she has co-curated numerous exhibitions including: Mike Goldby, Silver 35 (2018), Mary Manning, Blueprints (2018), and Dana Slijboom, Immoral Support (2017). The gallery has been featured in C Magazine (2017), Editorial Magazine (2018), Ravelin (2018), Vie des Arts (forthcoming), and Peripheral Review (forthcoming). Currently, Kate is completing an Editorial Internship at C Magazine, where she serves on the editorial advisory committee, and will be the event manager for the C Magazine Annual Contemporary Art Auction 2019. In June 2019, Kate will present material from her MA project Enduring Naïveté: Art and Hellenism in a Global-Turn at the first ‘Symposium on the Greeks’ in Paros, Greece, organized by Laurentian University.

 

http://sibling.online

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Friday, November 9, 2012 - 4:00pm

Kate Kolberg is a writer and curator based in Toronto. Her writing in poetry and prose has been published with Peripheral Review (forthcoming), Phile: The International Journal of Desire and Curiosity (2018), Xpace Cultural Centre (2018), Studio Beat (2016), and featured in Towards (2017), The Table (2017), and Art Metropole x The Table (2018). Kate is the co-owner and programmer of a project space, Sibling (formerly Little Sister), where she has co-curated numerous exhibitions including: Mike Goldby, Silver 35 (2018), Mary Manning, Blueprints (2018), and Dana Slijboom, Immoral Support (2017). The gallery has been featured in C Magazine (2017), Editorial Magazine (2018), Ravelin (2018), Vie des Arts (forthcoming), and Peripheral Review (forthcoming). Currently, Kate is completing an Editorial Internship at C Magazine, where she serves on the editorial advisory committee, and will be the event manager for the C Magazine Annual Contemporary Art Auction 2019. In June 2019, Kate will present material from her MA project Enduring Naïveté: Art and Hellenism in a Global-Turn at the first ‘Symposium on the Greeks’ in Paros, Greece, organized by Laurentian University.

 

http://sibling.online