Ridgefield , CT
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non-member · $7.00
How do artists get noticed by curators and museums? A panel of three experienced contemporary curators will share their perspectives and professional expertise in a discussion about the curatorial process. Bring your questions, gain valuable insights, and learn practical ways to get your art in front of a broader audience at this Radiusprofessional development event, open to all visual artists.
Panelists are Richard Klein, exhibitions director at The Aldrich; Sara Reisman, director, Percent for Art, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs; and Rachel Teagle, PhD, independent contemporary curator and former museum director based in San Diego, CA.
Radius is designed to strengthen and enrich the vibrant artist communities that surround the Museum by creating a nexus for exchange and shared experiences, fostering collaboration and communication, and providing training and expertise that enable our artist constituents to further their goals.
Programs include professional practice seminars, workshops, and networking events, as well as opportunities to explore and develop new perspectives and ideas through inspirational field trips to the unique natural environments and points of interest near The Aldrich, including places of historical, architectural, and cultural significance.
Radius programs are open to visual artists living or working in Connecticut and its neighboring states: Massachusetts, New York, and Rhode Island.
For further information, contact Tracy Moore at email@example.com or 203.438.4519, during regular Museum hours.
Saturday, 25 August, 2012
Cost:member · FREE non-member · $7.00
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