What we do
Curating is narrowing the gap between creating knowledge and communication. Our philosophy is inspired by the concept of creating collections of things. The act of collecting is about constructing knowledge (information and emotional) through explanation and stories. Possessing that knowledge bestows a person power. It is the curator’s purpose to share that knowledge (and its power) as widely and equitably as possible through brilliant communication and interpretation.
What Do We provide?
Curate it all…
…food, clothes, garden, music, colours, lights, writing, your room.
Good curating gives meaning to the choices you make when you choose, select and arrange.
It determines the ideas, people and stories you really care about.
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In these days of uncertainty and change, the governance of arts and culture organisations has risen in importance. A Practical Guide to Governance (Clore Leadership) At the CRC we believe effective and ethical governance is essential for good curating. Our philosophy on curating values both knowledge creation and communication. The idea of knowledge, talent, know-how […]
This is the first blog post in a series about the curation of sound. Can you curate sound? Why would you do that, and how can curated sounds be experienced? We will answer these and pose many more, as well as curating some sounds ourselves. This post explores how sound can be used to capture […]
That’s what we do here at the Curatorial Research Centre. The CRC is the place and people with whom you can push the boundaries of accepted knowledge and think differently. Our philosophy plays in the space between knowledge creation and communication. Based in Cornwall (Kernow) but working internationally, we formed in late 2018 to share […]