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Fall 1995


  

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Fall 1995

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

10/20/95

DRAWING THE COGNITIVE CONNECTION

Can making art make people smart?

Helen Levin, moderator, artist;
teachers
Sylvia Corwin, NYU;
Michael Desiano, Queens College;
Elaine Foster, Jersey City State College;
Dale Hirsch, The Learning Adventure, Inc.


10/27/95

DOUGLAS DAVIS

DOUGLAS DAVIS, pioneer video artist
who had a retrospective at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum,
with
CONNIE BECKLEY, artist.



November

11/3/95*

"WHAT DOES AGE HAVE TO DO WITH IT?"

Successful artists from 30 to 80 share insights about
age and its effect on careers.

Donna Marxer, moderator, artist. writer
Rebecca Purdum, painter
Alexis Rockman, painter
Elizabeth Murray, painter
Joseph DiGiorgio, painter
Dorothy Gillespie, painter
David Slivka. sculptor

Elizabeth Murray



11/10/95

IN THREE DIMENSIONS

Women sculptors broaden the vocabulary of art.

Olivia Georgia, moderator,
Director of Visual Arts, Snug Harbor Cultural Center;
Kit Yin Snyder, artist;
Jerilea Zempel, artist;
Lydia Yee, Associate Curator, Bronx Museum;
Vivian M. Warfield, Executive Director, NYC Art Commission.

11/17/95

STANISLAUS & BRENSON

GRACE STANISLAUS, Director, Museum for African Art,
with
Michael Brenson, curator and
former critic for The New York Times.



December

12/8/95

TENTH STREET NOW?

Painters who were in the Tenth Street galleries
talk about their ideas in relation to today's art world.

Therese Schwartz, moderator, artist;
Philip Pearlstein, painter
Pat Passlof, painter
Budd Hopkins, painter
Jean Cohen, painter




12/15/95

ON LINE/NO LINE: THE BOUNDARY BETWEEN FICTION AND REALITY ON TV

An open panel on multiculturalism and the
impact of media in the 90s, by four prominent
film and video makers.

Artists Carlos de Jesus,
Donna Cameron,
Art Jones,
Dean C. Bear Claw.



January

1/26/96*

ARTHUR DANTO

ARTHUR DANTO, art critic for The Nation, author,
with
ELAINE MARINOFF, mixed-media artist, poet, former educator.



February

2/2/96


NEW IDEAS FOR FUNDING THE VISUAL ARTS

Ron Rocco, moderator, artist;
Thomas Meister, Cultural Affairs Officer, German Consulate;
Jennifer Feil, New York Foundation for the Arts;
John Perreault, Director, Urban Glass;
Robert Kloos, Cultural Affairs Officer, Dutch Consulate.


2/9/96

NORTH OF THE BORDER

A survey of museums north of the Guggenheim.

Corinne Robins, moderator, writer;
Beth Henriguez, Assistant Director,
The Hudson River Museum of Westchester;
Catherine Shiga Gattulo, Director of Education,
The Hudson River Museum;
Jane Delgado, Director, Bronx Museum;
Lucinda Gedeon, Director, Neuberger Museum, SUNY at Purchase.


2/16/96

ROBINSON & RABINOVITCH

WALTER ROBINSON, artist, writer, Art in America,
with
BILL RABINOVITCH, artist, Producer of Art Seen cable TV show.



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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