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Spring 2000

CALENDAR

ARTISTS TALK ON ART PANEL SERIES
CRITICAL DIALOGUE IN THE VISUAL ARTS

February 11 through May 5, 2000, Fridays at 8pm at the Phoenix Gallery
A word of caution about our panels:
Sometimes we have to change a date or make a substitution for a speaker.
To be sure to catch the right act, please call 212-965-9515
and check out our announcement.

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February




February 11, 2000

Larry Poons

Curator Jason Andrew in dialogue with Larry Poons,
one of the 20th century's finest living artists -
some thoughts on the past and a look to the future.
Organized by Jason Andrew

Larry Poons, Compression Sisters, mixed media on canvas
Larry Poons, Compression Sisters


February 18, 2000

New wine in old bottles:
Resurgent media

Cloth, Encaustic, Fresco and Paper -
are examined by four artists working in these media in the
new modes of the 90s

Panelists:
Carmen Kolodzey, fiber artist
Joanne Mattera, artist in encaustic
Sheilah Rechtschaffer, artist in, teacher of fresco
Paul Wong, artist, Artistic Director, Dieu Donne Papermill

encaustic
Joanne Mattera, Incontro II, encaustic


February 25, 2000

Jules Feiffer

The celebrated and delightful cartoonist Jules Feiffer
in dialogue with Judith Goldman, author, editor and curator,
discussing the artist's life, art and enthusiasms

Feiffer 1999
Feiffer 1999

Organized by Donna Marxer




March




March 3, 2000

LIVES AND WORKS 2000

An update from four of the artists featured in the book
in celebration of the recent paperback release

Moderator: Joan Arbeiter, artist and co-author
LIVES AND WORKS Talks with Women Artists, Vol. 2
Artist Panelists
Cathey Billian
Agnes Denes
Mimi Smith
Jackie Winsor
Organized by Joan Arbeiter

Lives and Works, by Joan Arbeiter, co-author

March 10, 2000

Art Colonies at the Millennium

The Directors of three of the most popular colonies discuss where they are at and where they are going at a time of change.

Moderator: Donna Marxer, artist, colonist and Executive Director, ATOA
Panelists:
Suny Monk, Executive Director, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts
Jason Stewart, Artist, Director of Development, Yaddo
Cheryl Young, Executive Director, MacDowell Colony
Jean Zaleski, artist and "super colonist"
Organized by Jean Zaleski and Donna Marxer


Virginia Center for the Creative Arts

March 17, 2000

Elements 2000

The Women's Caucus on the Arts talks about their exhibition
that took place during the recent College Art Association convention

Co-Moderators: Devorah Sperber, artist/curator
Jane Ingram Allen, artist/curator

Devorah Sperber
Devorah Sperber
Participating artists:

Elizabeth Duffy
Sharon Dunn
Kurt Gohde

Organized by Libby Seaberg
Jane Ingram Allen
Jane Ingram Allen


March 24, 2000

DUMBO!

The exploding art scene - in the heart of Waterfront development,
with 500 artists living, working, exhibiting -
it presents a synopsis of life in the city

Panelists:
Joy Glidden, artist, Director of D.U.M.B.O. Arts Center,
organizer of DUMBO Arts Festivals
Ed Rath, Artist, 18-year resident of DUMBO
Pedro Rosenblueth, Publisher of Waterfront community directory
Adina Segal, Director of Silicon Gallery,
digital printmaking studio and gallery
Michelle Stern, co-founder and producer of GAle GAtes et al.
gallery and performance space
Organized by i. leon Golomb

DUMBO = Down Under Manhattan Bridge Overpasses


March 31, 2000

No panel

Closed due to an opening at the Phoenix Gallery




April




April 7, 2000

A. D. Coleman and William E. Parker

A dialogue on the art of photography between
A. D. Coleman, photogrpahy critic and writer and
William E. Parker, artist, photographer and photography historian

William E. Parker, The Temperments, (Melancholia II), silver print, collection of Fritz Scholder, Scottsdale, AZ
William E. Parker, The Temperments, (Melancholia II)

April 14, 2000

Some unfortunate discoveries in Art History

A lighthearted look at the past as panelists take on
all of art history in a brawl
Moderator: Adrienne Redd, art critic and commentator
Panelists
Joe Karoly, critic, Art Forum
Dr. Barnaby Ruhe, artist; arts educator, NYU; general troublemaker
Randolph Williams, artist; educator, Metropolitan Museum
Others
Organized by Barnaby Ruhe
Adrienne Redd
Adrienne Redd


April 21, 2000

Holiday Break
Happy Holidays!



April 28, 2000

"The Sculpture Center:
A View of the Past and an Eye to the Future"

Moderator: Bill Bace, founder/editor Review Magazine
Panelists:
Mary Ceruti, Executive Director
Marian Griffiths, former Executive Director
Mia Westerlund Roosen, sculptor
Connie Walsh, artist
Organized by Fran Kornfeld and Lynn Mayocole




May




May 5, 2000

Will Barnet

A dialogue between Gail Stavisky, Curator at the Montclair Art Museum (MAM), NJ
and Will Barnet, the great gentleman of art, talking about his long and distinguished career on the eve of his retrospective at the Monclair Museum.

Will Barnet, Three Chairs
Will Barnet, Three Chairs

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ATOA wishes to thank the Phoenix Gallery,
the Lily Auchincloss Foundation,
The Lower Manhattan Community Council,
The Bachman Foundation
and Weinick, Sanders and Leventhal, CPAs, for their generous support.

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