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Spring 1994


  

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1994

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

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.





February


2/4/94

BESTIALITY

Fascism and gratuitous gore?
Current trends in independent film and video.

David Channon, moderator, video artist and
producer, Volcanic Video;
L. French and David Huberman, Publishers, Access Manhattan;
Harold Channer, video commentator.


2/25/94

ARTS ON THE AIR Peggy Hadden, moderator, artist;
Marquita Pool-Eckert, Senior Producer, CBS Sunday Morning;
Michi Itami, artist, educator;
Bill Page, division producer, Images/Art;
Anthony Sloan, Program Director, WBAI Afternoon Arts Magazine.





MARCH


3/4/94

DROP-DEAD PAINTING

Emphasizing individualism.

John Ford, moderator;
artists
K. K. Kosik,
Don Hazlitt,
Natan Nuchi,
Marilla Palmer.


3/11/94*

NOT JUST A BOY THING

Women do comics.

Jenny Tango, moderator, Cannibal Cut-Ups;
Nicole Eisenman, artist, Jack Tilton Gallery;
Michael Gentile, Art Editor, New York Press;
Robin Locke Monda, Editor, Bloody Wymmin Comix;
Mary Wilshire, Red Sonya, Marvel Comics.


3/18/94

CROSS-GENERATIONAL VIEWS OF FEMINISM

A Continuing Dialogue.

Susan Grabel, moderator, sculptor,
President, Women's Caucus for Art (NY Chapter);
Donna Marxer, artist;
Kara Lynch, multimedia artist;
Duston Spear, artist, activist;
Julie Rochon, student;
Lisa Bateman, artist,
assistant professor of art, Syracuse University.


3/25/94

WE AIN'T JUST DICK

Politics of genitalia in lesbian and gay art.
Cleansing the wound of homo-lesbian phobia.

Mary Ann Moran, moderator,
co-chair, Art Group for Lesbian and Gay Artists;
Art Group members
Roger Anthony Mapes and
Kendall Shaw and featured activists
in the lesbian and gay professional art community.





APRIL


4/8/94

THE HAZARDS OF ART

Saving the environment and ourselves.

Kevin Lavin, moderator,
Assistant Manager, Pearl Paint Art Co., Inc.;
Angela Babin, Center for Safety in the Arts;
Michael Hammer, sales representative for art suppliers.


4/22/94

BEARING WITNESS

The Holocaust.

Thelma Mathias, moderator, artist;
Rudolf Baranik, artist;
Susan Chevlowe, Assistant Curator,
Fine Arts, The Jewish Museum, NYC;
James Young, artist, author, professor,
University of Massachusetts,
Curator, Art of Memory, The Jewish Museum;
Alan Rutberg, artist;
Melissa Gould, artist;
James Young, artist.


4/29/94

ART LIES

The truth about the artist's search for truth (maybe),
or everything I say is false (maybe).

David Azarch, Director, Video Marketing, The Kitchen;
Martha Haeseler, art therapist at New York University
and Yale New Haven Hospital;
Bill Rabinovitch, artist, Producer, Art Seen cable TV program;
David Rogers.





MAY


5/13/94

AFTER STONEWALL

25 Years of Change
You have to have balls to be a drag queen,
and often the balls are rhinestone.
Celebrate the turning point in gay history and
learn why drag (or transgender) is such an important,
but often controversial, aspect of the gay community.
Panelists include members of the
Imperial Court of New York and participants
in the important Stonewall Inn event:

Coco La Chine;
Jeremiah Newton;
Terri Van Dyke;
Storme De Larveril.



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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