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Fall 1993


  

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Fall 1993

Friday evenings at the Fvlcrvm Gallery
144 Mercer Street, near Prince St.
Under the SOHO Guggenheim, Handicapped access 142 Mercer St.
Fridays at 8:00 pm, Doors open at 7:00 pm
$6 general admission, $5 students & seniors with ID
ATOA Passholders Free


October

10/29/93*

FUTURE MUSE

Art and tech in the 21st century.
David Rodgers, moderator, photographer;
Doug Sheer, technology researcher,
Chairman, Artists Talk On Art (ATOA);
Michael Mascione, interactive media expert and
technology forecaster;
Cynthia Pannucci, Executive Director,
Art and Science Collaborations, Inc.;
Athomas Goldberg, NYU Media Research Lab,
multimedia practitioner;
John Ippolito, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.



November

11/5/93

IS THERE ART AFTER SOHO?

Strategies for survival.
Vernita N'Cognita, moderator, artist, activist, curator;
Robert Costa, art writer, curator;
Arnold Wechsler, artist;
Gunther West, German curator;
Ann-Sargent Wooster, art writer and critic;
Beth Ames Swartz, artist.


11/12/93*

MUSEUM SEEN: Uptown and Downtown

Eleanor Hartney, critic;
Clare Bell, Guggenheim Museum;
Thelma Golden, Whitney Museum;
Valerie Mercer, Studio Museum;
Laura Trippi, New Museum.


11/19/93*

NEW YORK FRAMES OF MIND

New York film artists screen and discuss new film
and video shorts.
Leslie Thornton/Ron Vawter, Strange Space;
Alan Sondheim, Fever II;
Donna Cameron/Therese Schwartz, Melancholy Baby;
Janie Geiser, Babel Town;
Mary Ann Toman, Female Offender;
Lewis Klahr, Downs Are Feminine;
Roger Acasto.



December

12/3/93

VISUAL AIDS: MAKING TRIBUTE

An open performance night addressing the AIDS crisis.
Dance, music, poetry, performance art, visual art - solo or group.
COURAGE, ANGER, HUMOR, SADNESS, GRIEF, REGRET, REMEMBRANCE
featuring Ellen Kornfield, Ellen Rulsen, Michael Bramwell,
Vernita N'Cognita, Rich Robertson, Robert Costa,
others.


12/10/93*

THE WORLD OF ARTISTS' BOOKS

An art form blossoms.
Johanna Drucker, moderator,
book artist, assistant professor of contemporary at,
Columbia University;
Steve Clay, Director, Granary Books Gallery;
Doug Beube, artist, theorist;
Clive Philpot, Director, MoMA Library;
Max Schumann, Director, Printed Matter;
Louise Nederland,
Richard Minsky, founder, Center for Book Arts.


1994


January

1/7/94*

SASSAFRAS AND LAGNIAPPE

Artists and poets from way down yonder in New Orleans.

Mollyne Karnofsky, artist, poet;
Sydney Byrd, photographer;
Gilbert Fletcher, painter;
Sally Heller, sculptor.


1/21/94

ABSTRACTION AS A TIMELESS ART FORM

Painters and sculptors talk.

Clement Meadmore, moderator;
Robert Murray, artist
John Moore, artist
Martin Bull, artist
Mary Ann Unger. artist


1/28/94

IS THERE ART AFTER LIFE?

Keeping your art alive.

Joyce Dezendes, moderator, founder, Art in Perpetuity, artist;
Barbara Hollister, artist;
Ralph Lerner, author, art lawyer;
Thomas W. Leavitt, museum director.


ATOA wishes to thank the Fvlcrvm Gallery
for the generous donationation of their space,
allowing ATOA to hold panels under the
SOHO Guggenheim.





Fvlcrvm Gallery




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