NY Artist Residencies An extremely important & pertinent topic to benefit every artist who seeks studio space in the metropolitan area to create their work and to form bonds of friendship, feedback and networking with fellow artists.
Note: Seating is limited so to insure a seat purchase your ticket(s) online now using: www.ATOA.org.
Moderator: Mitch Pilnick, ATOA board member, visual arts advisor & advocate Participant: ANITA DURST, Founder & Director of CHASHAMA Participant: BILL CAROLL, Program Director of the ELIZABETH FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS Studio Program Participant: RHIA HURT, Artist and Founder/Executive Director of TRESTLE Organizer: Mitch Pilnick, ATOA board member, visual arts advisor & advocate
The #MeToo Movement In the Art World Dr. Gail Levin, author, critic and art historian and professor of art history at the CUNY Graduate Center moderates a panel considering the impact of the #MeToo movement in the contemporary visual art world.
Note: Seating is limited, and our last panel sold out, so to insure a seat purchase your ticket(s) online now using www.atoa.org/Fall2018/October.htm#tix
Moderator: Gail Levin, author, critic, art historian and professor of art history at CUNY Participant: Suzanne Anker, Chair, BFA Fine Arts Department, School of Visual Arts Participant: Nancy Azara, artist Participant: Kathy Goodell, artist Organizer: Douglas I. Sheer, co-founder and chair of ATOA
No scheduled ATOA events this month. No Recording Without Permission:
There is no audio or video recording permitted during ATOA panels without advance permission from the staff. Photographs may be taken, without the use of flash. You will be asked to turn off your equipment and leave if you ignore this rule. Video Tapes of our panels are available for purchase. Help support ATOA by buying tapes of the panels that interest you.
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The end of our Fall 2018 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.