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2015-03-04

"Tools to Use:
Websites, Social Media & Blogs for Artists "

Learn how to create or improve upon your WEBSITE, utilize SOCIAL MEDIA effectively and write your own BLOG to expand your exposure and assist in your professional success. Essential for visual artists of all ages. Nadia Mierau, owner of ArtWebSpace.com specializes in creating professional yet affordable websites for artists. Her passion for design has helped many improve upon their career success and exposure. Cindy Farkas Glanzrock is the Real Art Muse and founder of the Building Art Curatorial Program, BACP. Besides her blog, RAM capitalizes on social media and utilizes sales tools such as QR codes and YouTube to further the exposure of artists and their work. BACP works with the artists directly and through art galleries. As curator of the BACP lobby art program she assists in the display and sales of artwork. Dan Wong is assistant professor of Web Design in the Communication Design Department of NYC College of Technology, CUNY Brooklyn

Moderator: Mitch Pilnick, ATOA board member, artist advocate and art insurance professional
Panelist: Nadia Mierau, owner of ArtWebSpace.com
Panelist: Cindy Farkas Glanzrock, the Real Art Muse and founder of the Building Art Curatorial Program BACP
Panelist: Dan Wong, assistant professor of Web Design, Communication Design Department of CUNY
Organizer: Mitch Pilnick, ATOA board member, artist advocate and art insurance professional



2015-03-25

"Art Outside the White Box
Exhibiting in all kinds of places besides the traditional gallery "

Today's art experience is no longer confined to the museum/gallery model. Cities, communities, neighborhoods and private developers have all invited artists into their spaces. These exhibitions include paintings, sculptures, performance art and digital/projection pieces. The panelists will show images of recent installations that were not in a conventional gallery, and discuss that exhibition experience. Then the entire panel will join in a moderated discussion and take questions from the audience.

Moderator: Andy Moerlein, sculptor, Myth Maker
Moderator: Donna Dodson, sculptor, Myth Maker
Panelist: Jo-Ann Brody, sculptor, Collaborative Concepts at Saunders Farm
Panelist: Anita Durst, Founder, Artistic Director Chashama
Panelist: Ginger Andro, multi-sensory collaborative installations
Panelist: Chuck Glicksman, multi-sensory collaborative installations
Panelist: Ann Jon, sculptor, Director of Sculpture Now
Panelist: Richard Brachman, sculptor, Co-Director of Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition (BWAC)
Panelist: Jennifer Lantzas, Public Art Coordinator, NYC Parks Art Program
Panelist: Michael Manjarris, sculptor, Sculpture for New Orleans Founder
Panelist: Carol Feuerman, :hyperrealist sculptor, International Sculpture Center Board Member
Organizer: Andy Moerlein, sculptor, Myth Maker
Organizer: Lynne Mayocole, sculptor, Board Mmember and President of ATOA


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APRIL

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2015-04-22

"Young/Emerging Artists
The Onslaught of the Emerging Graduates "

Representatives of local New York area art colleges discuss their work.

Moderator: Linda Lauro-Lazin, professor at Pratt Institute
Panelist: Julian Lorber, emerging artist
Panelist: Nona Faustine, emerging artist
Panelist: Taezoo Park, emerging artist
Panelist: Alison Causer, emerging artist
Panelist: Fay Ku, emerging artist
Panelist: Qiana Mestrich, ,emerging artist
Organizer: Stacy Veloudios, ATOA Board Member


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MAY

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SEPTEMBER

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2015-09-24

"Walter Weissman
Chronicler of the Contemporary Art Scene "

Walter Weissman is a photographer of New York and Hamptons artists and art events, and is also a sculptor. He will be joined by Chris Byrne, and Eunice Golden. Chris Byrne is a curator and the co-founder of the Dallas Art Fair. He serves on the Dallas Contemporaryís board of directors as well as the American Folk Art Museumís Council for the Study of Art Brut and the Self-Taught. Eunice Golden, a pioneering, internationally known feminist artist. Since the 1960s, she depicted the male nude in her paintings, performance, body art, photography and film. A recipient of the 2015 Pollock/Krasner Foundation Grant, her work has been exhibited in numerous galleries and museums that include the Whitney Museum, MOMA, Brooklyn Museum, National Academy of Design, Hudson River Museum, Indianapolis Museum, Museum of Fine Arts Santa Fe, et al. This panel will be moderated by: Douglas I. Sheer, ATOA Chairman, and Governor Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers, New York Region

Moderator: Douglas I. Sheer, ATOA Founder and Chairman
Panelist: Walter Weissman, photographer and sculptor
Panelist: Chris Byrne, curator and co-founder of the Dallas Art Fair
Panelist: Eunice Golden, feminist artist
Organizer: Douglas I. Sheer, Governor Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers, New York Region


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OCTOBER

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2015-10-20

"Art in the Boroughs
Art beyond the boundaries of Manhattan "

Featuring Richard Timperio, director of Sideshow Gallery in Brooklyn, Ellen Hackl Fagan, director of ODETTA Gallery in Brooklyn, Gabri Christa, Artistic Director of Newhouse Gallery for Contemporary Arts in Staten Island, Carolina Penafiel, executive director/ founder of Local Project, from Long Island, and The Bronx Council on the Arts' Longwood Arts Project will be represented by Juanita Lanzo, Longwood Arts Project's Director and Curator.

Moderator: Barry Kostrinsky, Arts Editor-In-Chief for broadwayworld.com
Panelist: Richard Timperio, Director of Sideshow Gallery
Panelist: Ellen Hackl Fagan, Director of ODETTA Gallery
Panelist: Gabri Christa, Artistic Director of Newhouse Gallery for Contemporary Arts
Panelist: Carolina Penafiel, Executive director/ founder of Local Project
Panelist: Juanita Lanzo, Director and Curator of Longwood Arts Projects
Organizer: Lynne Mayocole, scuptor, ATOA President
Organizer: Fran Kornfeld, artist, member of ATOA Board of Directors


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NOVEMBER

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2015-11-10

"Sophie Matisse
Interviewed by Ann Lydecker Bunge "

Sophie Matisse is the great-grandaughter of Henri Matisse, and a celebrated artist in her own right, Sophie Matisse was born and raised in Cambridge, Massachusetts and is a graduate of the distinguished …cole des Beaux-Arts. She initially gained notoriety for her series, Be back in 5 Minutes, in which she recreated famous old master paintings while erasing the figures. Ann Lydecker Bunge is a Vice President at Christie's, and was previously Programming Director of ATOA.

Moderator: Ann Lydecker Bunge, Vice President at Christie's
Panelist: Sophie Matisse, artist
Organizer: Ann Lydecker Bunge, formerly ATOA Programming Director, now VP at Christie's



2015-11-23

"ATOA Fall Fundraising Auction
On Artnet, November 23 - December 4, 2015 "

Auction proceeds will support completion of digitization of the historic ATOA archive. The auction begins Tuesday, November 24th and runs through Friday, December 4th. ArtNet is hosting donated works by well-known artists in this on-line auction dedicated to raising the funds needed to digitize the remaining video recordings made from 1991 through the present. Artists Featured: Christo and Jeanne-Claude Cris Cristafaro (2 works) Janet Culbertson Virginia Cuppaidge Jerry Garcia Joan Giordano Robert Goodnough Leon Golub James Hendricks Charles Hinman Robert Kipniss Jay Milder Nathan Oliveira George Ortman (2 works) Salvatore Romano Link to Artnet Auction: https://www.artnet.com/auctions/artists-talk-on-art-benefit-auction-1215/ In addition, here is the link to register for bidding: https://www.artnet.com/auctions/how-to-register Want to ask a question about the auction? Just send an email to Douglas I. Sheer, ATOA Chairman at dougsheer@gmail.com.

Organizer: Douglas I. Sheer, ATOA Founder and Chairperson


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DECEMBER

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2015-12-08

"Social Media
Your Art With or Without It? "

Stacy Veloudios with special guests. Various artists discuss the role social media and online communication plays in their career.

Moderator: Stacy Veloudios, ATOA Board Member
Panelist: Norma Greenwood, artist
Panelist: Suzy Kopf, artist
Panelist: Taezoo Park, artist
Panelist: Evonna Gaines, artist
Organizer: Stacy Veloudios, ATOA Board Member



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The end of 2015.

ATOA wishes to thank the Phoenix Gallery,
The SOHO20 Chelsea Gallery,
The Lily Auchincloss Foundation,
The Lower Manhattan Community Council,
The Bachman Foundation,
and Weinick, Sanders and Leventhal, CPAs, for their generous support.






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