An Artist's Estate: Saving it from the Dumpster This is the third 'estate' panel Lynne Mayocole has organized over the course of several years. Each has been meant to offer as much information as possible to artists and those interested in the arts regarding the preservation of art when the artist is no longer living. Audience questions are very welcome.
Moderator: Joan Marter, Pres. the Dorothy Dehner Foundation, Editor for Woman's Art Journal Participant: Ann Koll, former Director of the Emilio Sanchez Foundation, now artist estate advisor Participant: Joyce Romano, actress now handling estates of two late art world parents Participant: Eric Siegeltuch, Investment Advisor Representative with Cetera Investment Advisors LLC. Participant: Christopher Schwabacher, Estate lawyer Organizer: Lynne Mayocole, sculptor, Board President of ATOA
Art & Politics Now How should artists react to the current political scene?
Moderator: Lynne Mayocole, sculptor and ATOA President Participant: Nancy Chunn, artist Participant: Mike Cockrill, artist Participant: Maria de Los Angeles, artist Participant: Catinca Tabacaru, owner of Catinca Tabacaru Gallery Organizer: Lynne Mayocole, sculptor, Board President of ATOA
Art Consultants & Artists 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.
Moderator: Mitchel Pilnick, ATOA Board Member Participant: ELIZABETH SADOFF, founder of Art Advisory Participant: CHERYL SOKOLOW, founded C Fine Art Participant: JENNIFER WALLACE, co-founder of nAscent Art New York Organizer: Mitch Pilnick, ATOA Board Member
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The end of our Winter 2017 season.
ATOA wishes to thank: The Jefferson Market Library, The Lily Auchincloss Foundation, The Lower Manhattan Community Council, The Bachman Foundation, and Weinick, Sanders and Leventhal, CPAs, for their generous support.