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May 23, 2017

Jacqueline Sferra Rada

The Digital Shift - Where To Find the Latest Art Info

Art news and reviews meet the rise of online media through ezines, blogs and listings. This conversation among some of the leading digital art journalists will cover how digital media sources are currently performing in terms of the markets, audience, and influencing the museum and gallery worlds. Is art news and the digital world clashing or complementing one another? How is this affecting or influencing individual art practices? This is a topic with many facets - likely including some we are not even aware of.

Robert G. Edelman
is a writer and lecturer on art, independent curator, private art dealer and artist. He has lectured at the Art Institute of Chicago, MOMA and the Frick Collection in New York Mr. Edelman has worked as a director for several art galleries in New York, including Sid Deutsch, BlumHelman, Shea & Beker, Annina Nosei and Anita Friedman Fine Arts. He has written on art for the Chicago New Art Examiner, Artnews, Art in America, Artpress in Paris, Artnet, Cover Mag and Tema Celeste. He has also written numerous catalogue and brochure essays and curated exhibitions in New York, including "Getting From Here to There" at AFP Gallery in 2012 and "The Food Show: The Hungry Eye" at the Chelsea Museum in 2007, among others.
Sharon Butler,
painter, arts writer, publisher of influential art blog Two Coats of Paint.
David Cohen, publisher/editor of and founder/moderator of The Review Panel.
Anthony Haden-Guest, writer, reporter, cartoonist
Kara Rooney, Brooklyn based artist and writer and curator. Her critical writings have appeared in Art in America, The Brooklyn Rail, Hyperallergic, Hysteria among others.

Organized by:
Jacqueline Sferra Rada,
artist and ATOA Board Member

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Awarded a graduate fellowship to Hunter College,
 Giordano holds an MFA from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY.
She is represented by June Kelly Gallery.

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Spring 2017

ATOA's Critical Dialogues in the Visual Arts are currently held at:
National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park South, New York, NY 10003
(20th Street, 1/2 block east of Park Ave.)
Phone: (212) 475-3424
Doors open at 6:00 PM; panel starts at 6:30 PM
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$5 Students and Seniors with ID
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