Frieze Academy

A unique programme of talks, workshops, symposia and short courses exploring all aspects of the worlds of art and culture, Frieze Academy offers unparalleled access to the individuals and institutions that make the international contemporary art scene thrive

A number of bursaries for day-long courses are available

Courtesy of @miumiu
6 May 2017

How to use powerful social media tools to engage with audiences

Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art
14 Wharf Road
N1 7RW London
Image: Theatre Gates, Sanctum 2015 ©Max McLure and Situations.
8 May 2017

Sarah McCrory, Anna Colin, Claire Doherty and Francesco Manacorda on how to establish a unique and personal curatorial voice

Acrylicize
Studio 7, 1A Old Nichol Street, Shoreditch
E2 7HR London
15 May 2017

Does art have a special relationship with the night? Amy Lamé, Hans Ulrich Obrist and Emily King in conversation 

Bethnal Green Working Men's Club
42-44 Pollard Row
E2 6NB London
Jimmie Durham, These Twelve Bricks Were Used to Represent the Dawn Sky in Venice , 2015
22 May 2017

Sarah McCrory, Matthew Brown, Eva Kellenberger and Zoe McLeod explore how PR, design and project management are vital elements of curating

Acrylicize
Studio 7, 1A Old Nichol Street, Shoreditch
E2 7HR London
23 May 2017

Amelie von Wedel on the revival of overlooked artists, from German Zero artists to Korean Dansaekwha and African-American experimental abstract painting

Claridge's
Brook Street
W1K 4HR London
27 May 2017

Practical and inspiring advice from one of the UK’s most respected art critics and editors

Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art
14 Wharf Road
N1 7RW London
1 Jun 2017

What exactly do we mean by queer art? Is it art made by gay, lesbian and transgender artists? Or is it work that challenges those labels and political agendas?

Bethnal Green Working Men's Club
42-44 Pollard Row
E2 6NB London
8 Jun 2017

Collaboration as a key driver of artistic creation with Ellen Mara De Wachter and Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard

Bethnal Green Working Men's Club
42-44 Pollard Road
E2 6NB London
15 Jun 2017

On choreographers and contemporary artists collaborations with Martin Hargreaves

Bethnal Green Working Men's Club
42-44 Pollard Row
E2 6NB London