International Curator Talk with Erin Joyce

27 February, 2023

Join us on Wednesday 8 March, 5-6 PM for the visiting international curator talk with Erin Joyce.

Erin Joyce is the first visting international curator of 2023. Her talk will provide an overview of her curatorial practice, looking at examples of exhibitions organized and video clips from key performances by artists. The talk will take place in the project space at FSAS.

As spaces are limited, please email to reserve your spot.


Curator, writer, and educator currently serving as Faculty Associate for the Herberger School for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University, and recently held the positions of Creative Director and Fine Arts Curator for the Heard Museum and. Erin Joyce has worked with artists, major museums, regional museums and art spaces, commercial galleries, and academic institutions on exhibitions, special initiatives, and consulting projects. Her work centers on decolonizing arts institutions, interrogation of labor models and power structures, and land rights and sovereignty in North America. With over 11 years of curatorial, academic, and writing experience both independently and for major institutions including the Heard Museum, Arizona State University, Idyllwild Arts Foundation, IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Art, Northern Arizona University and Art Space New Haven.

As a scholar of global contemporary art and contemporary Indigenous North American Art, has organized over 30 solo and group exhibitions across the United States. Writing on art and visual culture has been published in Hyperallergic, Salon, and Canvas Magazine. Her work has garnered attention from Vogue Magazine, The New York Times, The Economist, New York Magazine, The Art Newspaper, and Forbes Magazine.

Image: Raven Chacon (Diné) in his installation Still Life No. 3: Raven Chacon at Heard Museum, July 2019. Image courtesy of Erin Joyce

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