MACP faculty member Mia Locks participating in panel discussion "Lines of Influence" at So

On February 6, the American Federation of Arts will host its annual ArtViews panel discussion, entitled Lines of Influence: Curatorial Mentorship. Artviews is a series of panel discussions that addresses critical issues impacting museums today. The panel will take place on February 6th at Sotheby’s NYC and features: Grace Aneiza Ali, Independent Curator, Asst. Professor of Art & Public Policy, NYU Jenny Jaskey, Director, The Artist’s Institute Mia Locks, Independent Curator, and 2017 Whitney Biennial Curator Renaud Proch, Executive Director, Independent Curators International Moderated by: Frances Wu Giarratano, Director of Exhibitions, AFA This event is free for students with I.D. and open

MACP faculty at large Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy will participate in the 8th Meeting of European and

ARCOmadrid 2019 February 27-March 3, 2019 From "ARCOmadrid 2019 will host the 8th Meeting of European and Ibero-American Museums (organized by the Reina Sofía Museum) with participants including Sofía Hernández Chong-Cuy, Director of the Witte de With Museum, Inés Katzenstein, Latin American art curator of the MoMA, Cuauhtémoc Medina, Chief Curator at the MUAC, among others, many of whom will also participate in the talk at the Forum about the 8th Meeting of European and Iberoamerican Museums, also held at the fair." For more information:

MACP faculty at large Maria Lind and artist Marie-Louise Ekman to give a public talk at the Garage M

From "During the public program for the exhibition The Fabric of Felicity curator Maria Lind and artist Marie-Louise Ekman will acquaint the audience with Ekman’s artistic practice and strategy. Images on garments usually reflect features that we want to help us stand out from the crowd, even if not for long: our sense of humor, our political views, our love for a particular mass culture phenomenon. In her limited series of shirts designed specifically for The Fabric of Felicity, the Swedish artist Marie-Louise Ekman went further and drew an encyclopedia on a garment. The intended wearer identifies themselves with t

The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation has announced the fifty-seven recipients of its fourth ann

From Artforum: "The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation has announced the fifty-seven recipients of its fourth annual art and social-justice grants. Selected for their commitment to using art as a tool for advocacy and to effect social change, the New York–based organizations will receive financial support for educational programs, activist initiatives, and artist residencies, as well as for exhibitions, special projects, and operations. This year’s cohort includes smaller organizations that are at the forefront of using cultural production to address contemporary issues such as LGBTQ rights, distributive justice, court diversion for youth, and domestic violence. Grantees include Fourth Arts B

MACP faculty member Brian Kuan Wood, faculty-at-large Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy and Chus Martinez la

Art after Culture? A second decade of e-flux journal A conference in four chapters Starting this January, join us for a series of conferences in Rotterdam, Paris, Berlin, and New York launching off the next ten years of e-flux journal. “Exile” Saturday, January 26, 2019 Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam “The Twilight Symposium: Science Fiction Inside Colonialism” Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 La Colonie, Paris “Navigation Beyond Vision” Friday, April 5 and Saturday, April 6, 2019 Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin “Art After Culture” Friday, May 3 and Saturday, May 4, 2019 e-flux, New York e-flux will be sharing more details on th

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