"Women in Print”
Wednesday April 22, 6-8pm
presented by Guttenberg Arts
hosted by International Print Center New York
support provided in part by POWarts
Free and open to the public panel talk followed by a reception sponsored by Chelsea Wine Vault hosted at the International Print Center New York space, during the the exhibition “True Monotypes” group show curated by Janice Oresman, March 26 - May 26, 2015.
Rocio Aranda-Alvarado; Curator, EL Museo del Barrio
Judith Brodsky; Founder Rutgers/Brodsky Center, artist
Jennifer Farrell; Associate Curator, Department of Drawings and Prints, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Dusica Kirjakovic; LESP Executive Director
Kristen Schiele; Artist/ KAYROCK printing
Danielle Tegeder; Artist/Professor Lehman College
Moderator: Caitlin Masley-Charlet, Deputy Director, Guttenberg Arts
Is an arts nonprofit dedicated to promoting the visual arts through our Artist in Residency that provides practicing artists with the space and time to develop their work while engaging with the public. Guttenberg Arts aims to increase opportunities for supported artists by expanding their community through artistic collaborations, workshops, artist talks and exhibitions throughout the tri-state area.
IPCNY was established in Chelsea in September
2000 as the first and only non-profit institution
devoted solely to the exhibition and understanding
of fine art prints. IPCNY fosters a climate for the
enjoyment, examination and serious study of
artists’ prints from the old master to the contemporary.
508 West 26th Street, 5th Floor
New York, New York
(Between 10th and 11th)
POWarts, the Professional Organization for Women in the Arts, was founded in 2008 as an organization to champion the professional lives of women, and to help us to learn, connect, and build careers in the arts. The founding, and continuing, ethos of the organization is that generosity and leadership can go hand in hand and that a collaborative spirit also supports individual advancement. POWarts programming stems from a belief that art and business are not separate, but that understanding business is vital to creating space for art itself to thrive.
"Women in Print”