Lyndall Cain co-convenes and teaches on both Critical Thinking in Curatorship and Local Issues in Curatorship, with Carine Zaayman and Nina Liebenberg, respectively. While she works largely with the Honours in Curatorship students as their liaison officer, and is interested in the intersection of education and curating, she is also a writer of fiction and likes to look at curating as a creative process that spans all disciplines, or as another form of storytelling.
Lyndall completed her undergraduate degree in English literature and art history at the University of Cape Town, her honour's in curatorship and her master's in creative writing (with distinction).
Projects and curations:
In 2018 she started the CCA Collegian Talks inviting interdisciplinary speakers to talk on different aspects of curating and art. She continues to run this.
Thingamabob: A Creative Writing Exercise with Bongani Kona (in 2018 and 2019); Five Objects: A Local Issues in Curatorship Workshop (first in 2017, and again in 2018); and The Biography of an Object with Nina Liebenberg (2019).