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Date: 2013-02-08
Title: The State of Artists' Estates
Description: Herb Nass, who has appeared as an estate pundit on Oprah Winfrey, Larry King, Entertainment Tonight, and many other shows, will cover issues he has seen in the wills and estates of artists that have been probated and address salient issues to be considered when artists create testamentary or trust dispositions. Joan Jeffri will discuss, "ART CART: SAVING THE LEGACY," an intergenerational arts legacy project that connects aging professional artists with teams of graduate students to undertake the preparation and preservation of their creative work, offering both groups an educational experience that will help shape the future of our cultural legacy. (www.creativeaging.org/artcart) . Magda Salvesen, art historian, curator, and author will discuss her book "Artists' Estates: Reputations in Trust." Mimi Smith will present a first hand account of how she went about organizing her own works for her estate after receiving a Joan Mitchell grant to archive her work.
Archive URL: http://www.atoa.org/Winter2013/February.htm#02/08
Moderator: Stacy Veloudios, Esq., lawyer, ATOA Board Member
Panelist: Herb Nass, estate lawyer, author of, "The 101 Biggest Estate Planning Mistakes"
Panelist: Magda Salvesen, art historian, curator, author of, "Artists' Estates: Reputations in Trust"
Panelist: Joan Jeffri, Dir. Research Center for Arts and Culture, National Center for Creative Aging
Panelist: Mimi Smith, artist, recipient of Joan Mitchell grant to archive her work
Organizer: Lynne Mayocole, sculptor, ATOA President






MARCH



Date: 2013-03-15
Title: American Modernism Revisited: The 1913 Armory Show
Description: This panel is intended to mark the centenary of the Armory Show exhibition, which many modernists acknowledge as a watershed event and yet is still often glossed over or mis-represented. To many scholars and cultural historians the Armory Show marks the moment when Modernism, apparently unknown prior to this moment, suddenly appears in America and allows American modern art to spring like Athena from the collective head of the Europeans exhibited there. This panel does not seek to diminish the importance of the European examples that were in the show but does seek to provide a fuller context surrounding the exhibition including a recognition of the modern art that was already being produced in America at the time and that was included in the show, the media and galleries that helped support these artists, a consideration of influences from the exhibition besides the oft-cited French ones, and concrete examples of the legacy of this exhibition.
Archive URL: http://www.atoa.org/Winter2013/March.htm#03/15
Moderator: Thalia Vrachopoulos, professor, curator, and critic
Panelist: John Angeline, Professor of Art History, School of Visual Arts
Panelist: Robert C. Morgan, Critic, Art Historian, and Author
Panelist: Herbert Hartel, art historian who is an American art expert on the Armory Show
Panelist: Karen St. Pierre, Producer/Art Historian, documenting the Woodstock part in planning the show
Organizer: Thalia Vrachopoulos, professor, curator, and critic
Organizer: Douglas I. Sheer, ATOA founder and Board Chairperson






APRIL



Date: 2013-04-05
Title: International Art Residencies
Description: Panelists will discuss their experiences, the values of international residency programs in the arts, and the return on investment.
Archive URL: http://www.atoa.org/Spring2013/April.htm#04/05
Moderator: Caitlin Strokosch, Executive Director at Alliance of Artists Communities
Panelist: Donna Dodson, sculptor and Verbier Residency artist
Panelist: Kiki Thompson, Co-Founder of the 3-D Verbier Sculpture Park Residency Program
Panelist: Madeleine Paternot, Co-Founder of the 3-D Verbier Sculpture Park Residency Program
Panelist: Mary Sherman, Director of TransCultural Exchange
Panelist: Sebastien Sanz de Santamaria, Co- Founder, Residency Unlimited
Panelist: Sarah Walko, Executive Director, Triangle Arts Association
Panelist: Anthony Cafritz, Founder & Executive Director, Salem Art Works
Panelist: Katja Loher, Artist in Residence, Galapagos Art Space
Organizer: Donna Dodson, sculptor
Organizer: Douglas I. Sheer, ATOA founder and Board Chairperson



Date: 2013-04-26
Title: The State of Artists' Estates
Description: Herb Nass, who has appeared as an estate pundit on Oprah Winfrey, Larry King, Entertainment Tonight, and many other shows, will cover issues he has seen in the wills and estates of artists that have been probated and address salient issues to be considered when artists create testamentary or trust dispositions. James Cavello and Margarite Almeida will discuss how they have saved artwork from oblivion. Magda Salvesen, art historian, curator, and author will discuss her book "Artists' Estates: Reputations in Trust." Mimi Smith will present a first hand account of how she went about organizing her own works for her estate after receiving a Joan Mitchell grant to archive her work.
Archive URL: http://www.atoa.org/Spring2013/April.htm#04/26
Moderator: Stacy Veloudios, Esq., lawyer, ATOA Board Member
Panelist: Herb Nass, estate lawyer, author of, "The 101 Biggest Estate Planning Mistakes"
Panelist: Magda Salvesen, art historian, curator, author of, "Artists' Estates: Reputations in Trust"
Panelist: Mimi Smith, artist, recipient of Joan Mitchell grant to archive her work
Panelist: James Cavello, co-owner Westwood Gallery, NYC
Panelist: Margarite Almeida, co-owner Westwood Gallery, NYC
Organizer: Lynne Mayocole, sculptor, ATOA President






MAY




SUMMER BREAK

No panels June - September





OCTOBER



Date: 2013-10-18
Title: Artists' Estates A discussion of how artists can preserve their legacy
Description: Given the huge turnout last spring for this critical issue, ATOA is offering another session with more experts. Come with your questions and concerns! Tracy Green Landauer is an estates and foundation lawyer, who is a partner in the law firm Riker, Danzig, Scherer, Hyland & Perretti. She will moderate the panel as well as explaining the lawyer's role. Joan Jeffri will discuss, "ART CART: SAVING THE LEGACY," an intergenerational arts legacy project that connects aging professional artists with teams of graduate students to undertake the preparation and preservation of their creative work, offering both groups an educational experience that will help shape the future of our cultural legacy. (www.creativeaging.org/artcart) Donna Marxer is a painter who created her own archive, and will share her secrets for doing so inexpensively.
Archive URL: http://www.atoa.org/Fall2013/October.htm#10/18
Moderator: Tracy Green Landauer, Estates and Foundation Lawyer
Panelist: Joan Jeffri, Director/Founder Research Center for Arts and Culture at the Nation
Panelist: Donna Marxer, painter, creator of her own archive
Panelist: Susan Stedman, art administrator and advisor to artists, artists' estates, colle
Panelist: Boaz Vaadia, sculptor, member of the Board of Trustees at International Sculptur
Organizer: Lynne Mayocole, sculptor, ATOA President






NOVEMBER



Date: 2013-11-15
Title: Art Fairs & Artists: Make them work for you
Description: A topic that will benefit every artist, regardless of age or experience: A discussion of art fairs and how artists can maximize them as opportunities for networking, exposure and career success. The panel will be led by Michael Sellinger, owner of Cottelston Advisors, a visual arts consulting company. He has been a consultant for numerous art fairs, including the Asian Contemporary Art Fair, SCOPE, UNTITLED and ZOOM.
Archive URL: http://www.atoa.org/Fall2013/November.htm#11/15
Moderator: Michael Sellinger, owner of Cottelston Advisors
Panelist: Frits Abell, Founder of echo Art Fair- Buffalo
Panelist: Heather Darcy Bhandari, Author of Art/Work, Dir. of Artist Relations, Mixed Greens Gallery - Chelsea, adjunct lecturer
Panelist: Eric Doeringer, artist
Panelist: Joel Kuennen, Director of Operations, Exhibitions & Senior Editor ArtSlant.com
Panelist: Omar Lopez-Chahoud, Artistic Director of UNTITLED Art Fair-Miami
Organizer: Mitch Pilnick, ATOA board member
Organizer: Stacy Veloudios, Esq., ATOA board member






DECEMBER





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The end of 2013.

ATOA thanks our many venues over the years:
The Open Mind
Global Village
Artists' House (Ornette Coleman's studio)
Soho Center for Visual Arts
Landmark Gallery
Soho Photo Gallery
The Phoenix Gallery
The SOHO20 Chelsea Gallery
The School of Visual Arts (SVA)

ATOA thanks for their generous support over the years:
The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)
The New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA)
The Lily Auchincloss Foundation,
The Lower Manhattan Community Council,
The Bachman Foundation,
and Weinick, Sanders and Leventhal, CPAs.






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