Censorship and the Arts Censorship as a possibility, as a reality, is always near at hand. We like to think of it as being the problem of others, but the US has had and continues to have its share of battles over freedom of expression. The panelists on this symposium bring different insights to this timely and all-too-relevant topic.
Moderator: Bill Pangburn, ATOA board member, artist, curator, professor Participant: Monika Fabijanska, art historian Participant: Patricia Karetzky, Oskar Munsterberg Chair of Asian Art at Bard College Participant: Richard Vine, managing editor of Art in America Participant: Svetlana Mintcheva, program director for the National Coalition Against Censorship Organizer: Bill Pangburn, ATOA board member, artist, curator, professor
How to Make it Big in the Art World Sculptors Who Work Large How sculptors work with foundries and fabricators to expand their ideas from small models and drawings to large scale works.
Moderator: Doug Sheer, ATOA co-founder and chairperson Participant: Scott van Campen, Co-founder and Executive Director of Staten Island MakerSpace Participant: Ted Lawson, Founder of PrototypeNY Participant: Babette Bloch, sculptor Participant: Carole Eisner, sculptor Organizer: Doug Sheer, ATOA co-founder and chairperson
No scheduled ATOA events this month. No Recording Without Permission:
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The end of our Fall 2017 season.
ATOA wishes to thank: The Jefferson Market Library, The Lily Auchincloss Foundation, The Lower Manhattan Community Council, The Bachman Foundation, and Weinick, Sanders and Leventhal, CPAs, for their generous support.