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March 5th, 2004

Digital Photography:
Assessing the Impact on the Contemporary Art of Photography

A Dialog on the current aesthetic trends in Photography between a leading critic, historian and author and a leading imaging technologist.

Panelists:
A. D. Coleman,
photo historian, critic and author of 8 books including, "The Digital Evolution."
Doug Sheer, imaging technologist, artist, and founder of ATOA
Organizer: Doug Sheer, ATOA Founder and Chairman
A. D. Coleman, photo by Steven Speliotis
A. D. Coleman

Doug Sheer
Doug Sheer





March 12th, 2004

What ever happened to Ray Johnson?

This enigmatic collage artist and father of mail art has been refered to as "the most famous unknown artist." Working from within and without the art world, Ray playfully and pointedly subverted revered institutions of art. Friends of Ray Johnson discuss his life and work, and how it inspires artists working today.


Moderator: Tamara Wyndham, artist
Panelists:
Andrew Moore,
artist and producer of, "How to Draw a Bunny"
Michael Findlay, director of Aquavella Galleries
Andrew Ginsel, artist
Billy Name, artist, former in-house photographer at Warhol's Factory
John Willenbecher, artist
Organizer: Tamara Wyndham


Ray Johnson
Ray Johnson, Suffolk Street apartment, 1967
photo by William Wilson
postcard by Ragged Edge Press





March 19th, 2004

Dialog with
Joyce Rezendes


Joyce Rezendes

Joyce Rezendes, an artist whose work has been shown worldwide, interviewed by Molly Barnes, art dealer, author, and critic. Ms. Rezendesís work is part of collections such as HF Johnson, AT&T and IBM as well as numberous private ones.

Organizer: Molly Barnes, ATOA Programming Director





March 26th, 2004

Melissa Chiu & Wenda Gu


Melissa Chiu

Dialog between Melissa Chiu, curator of contemporary Asian and Asian-American art at the Asia Society & Museum in New York City and well known Chinese installation artist Wenda Gu who will illustrate and discuss his art.







March 28th, 2004

Postal deadline for our
"Curator's Choice" Competition

See our prospectus for details.

Deadline has passed! Please try next year. .

Molly Barnes
Molly Barnes
Juror


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