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April 1st, 2005

Women Artists Today:
The Current Status


Women’s Studio Center
Melissa Wolf (second from left in picture) and members of the Women’s Studio Center in Long Island City, NY discuss the state-of-the-art of women’s art in New York through the eyes of representatives of major artists organizations and galleries. Panelists will include women representing a cross-section of major galleries and groups within the New York art world.

Moderator: Melissa Wolf, artist, executive & founder director, Women’s Studio Center (WSC)
Panelists: Janice Sands, Executive Director of Pen and Brush Inc.
Nancy Azara, Artist/Sculptor and former director of the NY Feminist Art Institute
Organizer: Melissa Wolf, artist





April 8th, 2005

April Gornik in Dialog with Robert Enright
Noted landscape painter, April Gornik is interviewed by Canadian critic, broadcaster and writer, Robert Enright. Enright has written for numerous arts publications including ARTnews, Modern Painters, ArtReview and Contemporary. Enright is editor-at-large of Border Crossings magazine and professor of art criticism at University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

Moderator: Robert Enright, writer, editor, professor of art criticism at University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Panelist: April Gornik, painter
Organizer: Mary Birmingham, curator


April Gornik





April 15th, 2005

The Business of Art
A discussion focused on career development for artists. Taking the right steps at the right time by partnering with other players in the art world, understanding your place and theirs on the road to success. Perspective to be provided by panelists representing diverse experiences and points of view, commenting on such ‘hot button’ issues as electronic marketing, Internet presence versus slides, archival prints versus photocopies, archival portfolios versus flip books, vernissage versus gallery opening, artists-in-residence versus studio rental and grants versus survival jobs.

Moderator: Mark Wiener, artist
Panelists: Linda Park, curator, grant writer, resource expert
Molly Barnes, art dealer, collector & radio personality
Allegra Wilde, corporate art marketer
Organizers: Mark Wiener, artist
Linda Park, artist


Mark Wiener

Molly Barnes





April 22th, 2005

The Romantics
This panel strikes a blow at 40 years of postmodernism that was signalled by the offhanded wry ironic detached Duchamp/Warhol dada/pop gang. Formalist reductionism is dead, the gods are back. Conflicted panelists argue their way out of the postmodernist wet blanket, and try to prove there is a new romanticism afoot in the art world


Barnaby Ruhe Ph.D.
Moderator: Barnaby Ruhe, painter, professor of shamanism and art at the Gallatin School of NYU
Panelists: Jeannie Jaffe, painter and chair of the art department at
The Philadelphia Academy
Jon Singer, painter
Dave Hatchett, sculptor
Lil Hatchett, painter
Ben Carl William Ruhe, painter
Elliot Barowitz, painter, NYU professor
Skip Schuckman, artist featured in "In the Making."
Josh Weintraub, gen X M.F.A. grad with show up at Washington Square East Gallery
Organizer: Barnaby Ruhe, artist

Lil Hatchett & Jeannie Jaffe cancelled.




April 29th, 2005

Vernita N'Cognita
Vernita N'Cognita
Art From Detritus - 10 Years On

To some people it might look like trash, but in the right hands it becomes art. Artists from the “10 Years of Art from Detritus: Saving the Planet With Art” exhibition at the Synagogue for the Arts (opening April 14 and running through May 22) will be showing their work and talking about creating art from scrap. The Detritus concept was created by Vernita N'Cognita.
Artists can still submit 3 slides, bio & s.a.s.e. by March 1 to Art from Detritus, Box 1149, NY NY 10013.

Moderator: Vernita N'Cognita , artist, director of Viridian Artists Gallery
Panelists: Susan Newmark, artist
Ursula Clark, artist
Susanna Stefanachi Macomb, artist
May De Viney, artist
Marilyn Sontag, artist, director of the gallery at Synagogue for the Arts
and others
Organizer: Vernita N'Cognita, artist

"Solar Candle"

by Flash Light
recycled can, gooseneck,
solar cell, LED, battery






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