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Drew Kahu??ina Broderick

Drew Kahu??ina Broderick is an artist, independent curator, and community educator from M?kapu, Kailua, Ko?olaupoko, O?ahu. Currently, he serves as Director of Koa Gallery at Kapi?olani Community College. Previously, he was a contributing member of Hawai?i-based collective PARADISE COVE (2015-2018), operated SPF Projects (2012-2016) an artist-run initiative dedicated to building capacity for contemporary art in Honolulu, and co-founded an annual open call thematic exhibition, CONTACT (2014-present). Recent and forthcoming projects include Transits and Returns (2019), co-developed by Sarah Biscarra Dilley, Freja Carmichael, Léuli Luna?i Eshr?ghi, Tarah Hogue, Lana Lopesi for the Vancouver Art Gallery; Mai ho?ohuli i ka lima i luna (2020), co-curated with Ka?ili Chun and Kapulani Landgraf for the Hawai?i State Art Museum, and Revisiting Kealakekua Bay, Reworking the Captain Cook Monument (2021), a speculative group endeavor presenting unrealized interventionist proposals. Drew holds an MA from the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College, New York, and a BA in Biology and Studio Art from Wesleyan University, Connecticut.

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2019 Curatorial Intensive in Auckland: Public Symposium

2019 Curatorial Intensive in Auckland Public Symposium Sunday, August 4, 2019 10am–2pm Artspace Aotearoa 300 Karangahape Rd Auckland, New Zealand 1145 FREE and open to the public This public symposium concludes Independent Curators International (ICI)’s 2019 Curatorial Intensive in Auckland. This is ICI’s first Curatorial Intensive in T?maki Makaurau Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand which draws […]

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E iho ana o luna

Reports from the Field are perspectives from Curatorial Intensive Alumni from around the world, and reflections on the impact of the global pandemic on their lives, ways of working, their communities, and how they are adapting as a response. Drew Kahu??ina Broderick and Josh Tengan, Alumni of the Curatorial Intensive Auckland ’19, co-write from Honolulu, O?ahu.

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