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 to the public

For more information and tickets:

https://www.amfedarts.org/prog-events/afa-artviews/

FEBRUARY 6, 2019 6:00 - 8:00PM SOTHEBY'S 1334 YORK AVE., NYC FREE - STUDENTS WITH I.D. $15 GENERAL ADMISSION

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