October 23, 2018

The #MeToo Movement in the Art World


Dr. Gail Levin

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.
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Panelists: Suzanne Anker, Chair, BFA Fine Arts Department, School of Visual Arts
Nancy Azara, artist
Kathy Goodell, artist

Organized by: Douglas I. Sheer, co-founder and chair of ATOA.


Suzanne Anker


Nancy Azara

Nancy Azara is an American sculptor. Her work is carved, assembled and highly painted wood with gold and silver leaf and encaustic. The wood, the paint and the layers that make up the sculpture record a journey of memory, images and ideas.


Kathy Goodell

Kathy Goodell is a New York painter and sculptor, currently living and working in the Hudson Valley. Born in San Francisco, schooled at the San Francisco Art Institute, in the late seventies, she established herself as a leading figure among young artists in California that were interested in breaking down the barriers between mediums, removing sculpture from its confines of the pedestal and painting from its traditional formalities. Her current practice expands her repertoire, is more painting based, while maintaining her maverick status as an alchemist looking for the revelatory. She is an inventor of processes often going to extremes to achieve a metaphysical effect, defying taboos of the painters’ methods.

Her bibliography includes most notably, a Huffington Post Interview, “Conversations with Kathy Goodell”, 2013, reviews in Hyperallergic; Juxtapose , NYTimes. Most recently she was the recipient of a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, 2013 and a Camargo Fellowship to France, 2014. Previous awards include New York Foundation, 1997,1993; Pollock-Krasner 1991;National Endowment for the Arts, 1979,1982;and a Fulbright Fellowship,in 1977.

Note: This panel will be in the Marquis Room, which has ONLY 36 SEATS AVAILABLE! Therefore to insure a seat, please click an option below to purchase your ticket(s) in advance.

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ATOA's Critical Dialogues in the Visual Arts are held at:
National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park South, New York, NY 10003
(20th Street, 1/2 block east of Park Ave.)
Phone: (212) 475-3424
Doors open at 6:00 PM; panel starts at 6:30 PM
$10 General Admission
$7 Students and Seniors with ID
Passholders & NAC Members FREE

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ATOA's Critical Dialogues in the Visual Arts are held at:
National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park South, New York, NY 10003
(20th Street, 1/2 block east of Park Ave.)
Phone: (212) 475-3424
Doors open at 6:00 PM; panel starts at 6:30 PM
$10 General Admission
$5 Students and Seniors with ID
Passholders & NAC Members FREE

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