Anique Vered

Concordia University
Participates in 2 items
Anique is an Australian artist-researcher, curator and cultural consultant. Currently based in Montréal, she has over ten years experience in the strategic development of collaborative, interdisciplinary communities of practice. Her work is now focussed on research-creation for public projects, experimental organizational approaches, as well as curating collectivity.
 
Anique's research-creation practice is based at SenseLab and the Centre for Curating and Public Scholarship at Concordia University; with investigations into affect theory, pedagogy, curation and political economy.  Her creative collaborations traverse social intervention, diagramming and participatory data mapping. Anique's most recent publication, 'The (un)choreography of Dance Politics'​ with Joel E. Mason, was published in the latest Inflexions journal issue: Radical Pedagogies.
 
Anique's consulting work focuses on creative community engagement strategies across levels of society. At present, she is co-curating and co-producing The School of Making Thinking's durational conference, alongside strategic development for The Street Speaks- a transmedia citizen engagement project.
 
Anique holds a Masters of Studies from Australian National University spanning cultural landscapes, participatory development and museology. She is also a Fellow from the Centre for Sustainability Leadership. Example projects include: co-curating and co-producing Dance Politics at the Design Studio for Social Intervention (2014); researching and developing the foundations of an inter-governmental partnership for culturally diverse community festivals (2013-14); creative producing an award-winning museum game for Sydney's Chinese Garden of Friendship; co-curating and co-producing the award-winning public art installation, educational and arts venue The Rocks Windmill (2013); and launching precinct revitalisation program The Rocks Pop-Up (2011-12).

Sessions in which Anique Vered participates

Monday June 6, 2016

1:30 PM
1:30 PM

Tuesday June 7, 2016

1:00 PM