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Almost daily I see posts on social media by educators promoting the benefits of failure. It often seems that there is a push to intentionally embed failure into instructional activities. This always rubs me the wrong way. Failure has almost universal negative connotations. It doesn’t feel good and sometimes it is extremely difficult, if impossible, to recover from big failures.

For the past several years we’ve been bombarded with advice about the “wisdom of failure.” Books by business giants and self-help gurus tout the importance of learning from mistakes. The problem with the focus on failure is that failure is a weak process when put up directly against its counterpart: success.

I want to be clear that I’m not against learning from failure. It’s certainly useful that humans have the rare biological luxury of being able to learn, non-lethally, from our failures — we can remember them, share stories about them, even laugh about them. And all the stories and lessons about what you can learn from failure represent real opportunities to do better. The problem is that none of the advice and literature on failure fairly compares learning from failure to learning from success.

We have to ask how abundant or common are useful failures compared to useful successes? If opportunities for learning are rare, it’s hard to make a practice out of them. Unfortunately, truly useful failures that change our thinking (as opposed to merely stupid failures that just confirm what we already should have known) are relatively rare. ( http://www.businessinsider.com/we-learn-more-from-success-than-failure-2014-6 )

Mr. Bradford added another angle or perspective that I had not considered when he stated that failure for the privileged. This prompted me to see what others might have said about this. Here are some of my findings:

Not everyone “gets” to fail. If you are a student of color you have to be perfect. Think about the standardized test that plays an over-sized role in determining an accelerated or remedial course. You better not fail. Think about the rates of suspension and expulsion. You better not fail. Think about use of force incidents on campuses. You better not fail. Think about using a word the teacher doesn’t know. You better not fail. Think about hiding the fact your parents are undocumented. You better not fail. ( Failing is a Privilege )

It also important for teachers to realize that failure in classrooms is an exercise of privilege. The effects of failure aren’t the same for everyone. For students who are marginalized in any way, failure has the potential to reinforce every negative image, bias, or stereotype they are facing. For students who struggle academically, failure can tell people they aren’t smart enough. For students who are marginalized socially, failure can tell people they aren’t cool enough. For students of color, failure can reinforce racist beliefs that they aren’t good enough. ( When Failure is a Privilege )

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We all belong to the art world. We had the chance to work together in other contexts, we are also friends. What brings us together is feeling part of a team, in which each member supports and believes in the competencies of the others, and I think that’s what made us grow as a project.

Our team is composed by those who deal withthe curatorial aspects and those who manage the communication: under the creative direction of Francesco Liggieri (our founder) there are Paola Natalia Pepa (curator) and Carla Daniela Pepa, graphic designer with an explosive creativity. I am in charge with the Press activity, Lucia Bondetti is our PR and Stefania Cavalletto helps me with the communication. Silvia Andreatta is curator as well, and she is in charge of our editorial project – Pic(k)s – focused on photography and on an intense scouting of artists.

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In different ways, we’ve always been involved in the art scene, because of the studies we made and also our past work experiences. Francesco is a painter, and his curatorial idea originates indeed from his background as artist. Moreover, we’ve all studied in Venice, so we know and live the city, with its pros and cons, its beauty and difficulties.

How do you collaborate with the institutions that become your partners? Is it difficult to maintain your vision, while working with a different partner each time?

We always try to create a full-proof project and, at the same time, we look for those institutions that can appreciate and share our vision. When they decide to work with us, they know that we’ll “steal” their space and bring a full project, which involves concept, artist, equipment, everything. In order to translate our vision into a complete project, we need partners which are willing to become part of this.

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