Choreography and the museum: how to make collaboration work

Made up of five public institutions from Australia and the world, Precarious Movements is a prime example of collaboration at work.

Thought, planning, communication, respect and learning are key elements to making collaboration work well. When it does work, collaboration can lead to significant impact, making it seem like any obstacle can be overcome. Particularly in times of adversity.

Precarious Movement: Choreography and the Museum is a major research project made up of a partnership between the Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW), Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA), the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), Tate UK, and UNSW Sydney.

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Giselle Bueti
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Giselle Bueti is a staff writer for ArtsHub.