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Panel date: 2007-02-23
Title: Andy Warhol: The Legacy
Panelist: Vincent Fremont, founding member of the board of the Warhol Foundation & curator of Gagosian show
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Spring2007/February.htm#02/23

Panel date: 2004-03-12
Title: What ever happened to Ray Johnson?
Panelist: Billy Name, staff photographer at Warhol's Factory
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Spring04/March.htm#03/12/04

Panel date: 1997-03-14
Title: The Art of the Business of Art
Panelist: Billy Name, artist and member of Warhol's Factory
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Spring97/calendar.htm#03/14/97

Panel date: 1995-05-05
Title: The Warhol Foundation
Panelist: Archibald L. Gillies, director of the Warhol Foundation
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Spring95/calendar.htm#05/05/95

Panel date: 1993-03-05
Title: Building a Firm Foundation
Panelist: Emily Leland Todd, Andy Warhol Foundation
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Spring93/calendar.htm#03/05/93

Panel date: 2007-02-23
Title: Andy Warhol: The Legacy
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Spring2007/February.htm#02/23

Panel date: 1995-05-05
Title: The Warhol Foundation
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Spring95/calendar.htm#05/05/95

Panel date: 2011-02-24
Title: Inside the Polaroid 20 X 24 Studio
Description: Moderated by John Reuter who ran the studio for Polaroid for a quarter century and now runs it independently. With artist-panelists Ellen Carey and Mary Ellen Mark. The evening also features a Power-Point history of major 20 X 24 artists that the studio has worked with including Andy Warhol, Chuck Close, Lucas Samaris, Ansel Adams, Annie Liebowitz, William Wegman and many others.
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.org/Spring2011/February.htm#02/24

Panel date: 2007-02-23
Title: Andy Warhol: The Legacy
Description: This week marks the 20th anniversary of the death of Andy Warhol, one of the 20th Century's most significant artists and a cultural icon. The panel considers his legacy as an artist, trend setter and benefactor of artists and arts organizations. The panel will also feature one or two of the original Factory members.
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Spring2007/February.htm#02/23

Panel date: 2006-11-13
Title: ATOA Gala Benefit Auction Tonight OBJECTS OF DESIRE
Description: Honorary Chairpersons Ronald Feldman, of Ronald Feldman Fine Art, Missy Sullivan, Editor of Forbes Collector, Peter Trippi, Editor of Fine Art Connoisseur, and Auction Chairperson Joan Giordano invite you to bid on over 150 artworks starting at $150. Silent and live auctions featuring the works of Christo & Jeanne-Claude, Will Barnet, Leon Golub, Mark Kostabi, George McNeil, Claus Oldenburg, James Rosenquist, Nancy Spero and Andy Warhol. You can preview the works, buy tickets for $40, and bid online at http://www.ATOAauction.com until 4:00 pm today. The silent auction starts at 6:00 pm at the Chelsea Art Museum, 22nd St. & 11th Ave. Admission will be $50 at the door.
URL to archive: http://www.ATOAauction.com

Panel date: 2005-04-22
Title: The Romantics
Description: This panel strikes a blow at 40 years of postmodernism that was signalled by the offhanded wry ironic detached Duchamp/Warhol dada/pop gang. Formalist reductionism is dead, the gods are back. Conflicted panelists argue their way out of the postmodernist wet blanket, and try to prove there is a new romanticism afoot in the art world
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Spring05/April.htm#04/22/05

Panel date: 2004-10-29
Title: Jean-Michel Basquiat And The Third Eye
Description: Jean-Michel Basquiat was a major figure in the art world of the 1980s, who rose from near obscurity as graffiti artist SAMO (with companion Al Diaz) with the assistance of other artists such as Warhol and dealer Annina Nosei. This panel convenes Basquiat experts to discuss the genius of the departed artist. (Amphitheater)
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Fall04/October.htm#10/29/04

Panel date: 2003-04-11
Title: Interview with Jonathan Santlofer
Description: George Rada interviews Santlofer on his new book, "The Death Artist." The book is a murder set in the comtemporary art world & each murder is designed to represent a painter's work (e.g. deKooning). The protagonist detective is loosely modeled on Aggie Gund, past president of MoMA. Jonathan is also a well known pop artist who recently had a one man show of paintings of celebrities like Andy Warhol and Marilyn Monroe.
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Spring03/calendar.htm#04/11/03

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