Date: 2017-02-21 Title: Art & Politics Now
Description: How should artists react to the current political scene?
Archive URL: http://www.atoa.org/Winter2017/February.htm#02/21
Moderator: Lynne Mayocole, sculptor and ATOA President
Panelist: Nancy Chunn, artist
Panelist: Mike Cockrill, artist
Panelist: Maria de Los Angeles, artist
Panelist: Catinca Tabacaru, owner of Catinca Tabacaru Gallery
Organizer: Lynne Mayocole, sculptor, Board President of ATOA
Date: 2017-03-21 Title: Art Consultants & Artists
Description: Continuing in his series of professional practice panels Mitch Pilnick will be moderating a discussion that will focus on the role of a consultant/advisor. What type of clientele do they focus on? How do they consider specific art and artists to recommend to their collectors? What percentage of their business is commercial vs. residential? How best for artists to seek out & research consultants for possible consideration, including the do and doníts.
Archive URL: http://www.atoa.org/Spring2017/March.htm#03/21
Moderator: Mitchel Pilnick, ATOA Board Member
Panelist: ELIZABETH SADOFF, founder of Art Advisory
Panelist: CHERYL SOKOLOW, founded C Fine Art
Panelist: JENNIFER WALLACE, co-founder of nAscent Art New York
Organizer: Mitch Pilnick, ATOA Board Member
Date: 2017-04-25 Title: Art World On line
Description: Panelists will explore both on line galleries for artists and for art collectors. They will guide the audience in navigating the wide variety of galleries without walls, how to participate, locate and become part of this increasingly important aspect of the art world.
Archive URL: http://www.atoa.org/Spring2017/April.htm#04/25
Moderator: Joan Giordano, artist, ATOA Board Member
Panelist: Gracie Mansion, Senior Specialist, Post War and Contemporary Art at artnet auctions, art dealer
Panelist: Tze Chun, founder of Uprise Art
Panelist: Kate Singleton, founder of Buy Some Damn Art, author
Organizer: Lynne Mayocole
Organizer: Joan Giordano
Organizer: Cheryl Sokolow
Date: 2017-05-23 Title: ART WORLD BUZZ:
The Digital Shift - Where To Find the Latest Art Info
Description: Art news and reviews meet the rise of online media through E-zines, 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?
Mr. Edelman has lectured at the Art Institute of Chicago, MOMA and the Frick Collection in New York. He 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 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.
Archive URL: http://www.atoa.org/Spring2017/May.htm#05/23
Moderator: Robert G. Edelman, writer & lecturer on art, independent curator, private art dealer and artist
Panelist: Anthony Haden-Guest, writer, reporter, cartoonist
Panelist: Sharon Butler, painter, arts writer, publisher of influential art blog Two Coats of Paint
Panelist: David Cohen, publisher/editor of artcritical.com and founder/moderator of The Review Panel
Panelist: Kara Rooney, artist and writer and curator
Organizer: Jacqueline Sferra Rada, artist and ATOA Board Member
Date: 2017-10-17 Title: How to Make it Big in the Art World
Sculptors Who Work Large
Description: How sculptors work with foundries and fabricators to expand their ideas from small models and drawings to large scale works.
Archive URL: http://www.atoa.org/Fall2017/October.htm#10/17
Moderator: Doug Sheer, ATOA co-founder and chairperson
Panelist: Scott van Campen, Co-founder and Executive Director of Staten Island MakerSpace
Panelist: Ted Lawson, Founder of PrototypeNY
Panelist: Babette Bloch, sculptor
Panelist: Carole Eisner, sculptor
Organizer: Doug Sheer, ATOA co-founder and chairperson
Date: 2017-11-28 Title: Material Reality:
A different way for art to celebrate the human body
Description: In all of Heide Hatry's projects the material itself is the reality to which she wants to draw attention and through which she wishes to stimulate thought about who we are, what we have done, and what is at stake in our passage through the world.
Expect a discussion to revolve around such themes with reference to how the material of which the work is made creates a space in which certain reflections are inevitable, in which the normally invisible becomes not only visible but insistent, how knowledge affects our understanding of beauty, and how the dynamic of appearance and reality, or semblance and truth, can be invoked in ostensibly simple images.
Archive URL: http://www.atoa.org/Fall2017/November.htm#11/28
Moderator: Laila Pedro, editing manager of Hyperallergic
Panelist: Marc Pachter
Panelist: JW McCormack, writer and critic for VICE, the New York Times
Panelist: John Wronoski, rare bookseller and art dealer
Panelist: Heide Hatry, Heide Hatry, artistartist
Organizer: Heide Hatry, artist
Date: 2017-12-19 Title: Breaking Through the Glass Box
Description: Organized, moderated by Catinca Tabacaru gallerist, co-founder CTG Collective which has presented work in the Venice Biennal.
Archive URL: http://www.atoa.org/Fall2017/December.htm#12/19
Moderator: Catinca Tabacaru, gallerist, co-founder CTG Collective
Panelist: Mindy Abovitz, started Tom Tom Magazine, only one about female drummers
Panelist: Coco Dolle, founder of Milk and Night,
Panelist: Holly Shen, director of Visual Arts at BAM
Organizer: Catinca Tabacaru, gallerist, co-founder CTG Collective
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