STATE OF ART / DC 2: A CONVERSATION
What can you imagine for the future of the DC region’s visual arts scene?
What’s happening now in the DC visual arts scene? What might it be like in 2020?
ArtTable has launched a series of discussions about art in the DC region. Come to our second event to learn about and connect with museum professionals, gallerists, creative entrepreneurs, nonprofit executives, artists, collectors, advisors, educators, and even politicians. STATE OF ART/DC 2: A Conversation powered by PechaKucha, will to create a snapshot of the current visual arts climate and a preview of what is on the horizon. Gain insights, share your thoughts, and immerse yourself in a fast-paced evening of presentations and discussion.
Moderated by Elizabeth Blair, Senior Producer/Reporter, Arts Desk, NPR
Who should attend
Anyone for whom the visual arts are a passion, a living, a dream, or an inspiration.
Monday evening, February 22, 2016
Long View Gallery
1234 9th Street NW
Washington, DC 20001-4202
$25pp; $12 for students
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Sponsored by longview gallery
Holly Bass, Artist and Director, Holly Bass 360
Rhea Combs, Curator of Film and Photography at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History
And Culture and the Head of Center for African American Media Arts (CAAMA)
Tim Doud & Caitlin Teal Price,
Doud: Artist and American University, Director, Studio Art
Price: Artist and American University, Adjunct professor, Studio Art
Jarvis DuBois, Director, J. Dubois Arts
Arthur Espinoza, Jr., Executive Director, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities
Philippa Hughes, Writer/speaker/flâneur/provocateur
Brandon Morse, Artist and professor, University of Maryland, Dept. of Art
Andrea Pollan, Founder/Director, Curator’s Office
Tony Powell, Artist, dancer, composer, choreographer, writer
Victoria Reis, Co-founder, Executive & Artistic Director, Transformer Gallery
Moderator: Elizabeth Blair, Senior Producer, Arts Desk, NPR