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National | Reception and Collection Visit with Juanita Hardy
October 17 | 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Join ArtTable’s Lila Harnett Executive Director, Jessica L. Porter and ArtTable members for a private collection visit and networking reception at the home of Silver Spring-based art collector, and leading Creative Placemaking writer, consultant, and public speaker, Juanita Hardy! With a collection spanning Elizabeth Catlett, Sam Gilliam, Al Loving, Camille Billops, Herb Gentry, Jacob Lawrence, Ed Clark, Joe Overstreet, Renée Stout, and Michael Platt—and more! You won’t want to miss the opportunity to experience this remarkable collection, hosted by an honored member of the art, culture, and business communities. Ms. Hardy is an esteemed friend of ArtTable: she has served on the ArtTable Board and is a longtime member of the organization.
- ArtTable Members – $35
- ArtTable Member Guests – $45
- Public – $55
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Image: Herbert Gentry. Masquerade. Silkscreen print on paper, 22 1/2 × 25 1/4 in | 57.2 × 64.1 cm, 1986
Juanita Hardy has a passion for fostering healthy, thriving, and equitable places to live, work, learn and play through her work with individuals and businesses. Hardy is an avid collector of fine art and, with her husband, has acquired many works on paper, canvas, sculptures, and African art. Hardy has over 45 years of business experience, including 31 years with IBM, where she retired in 2005, and over a decade in the real estate industry.
In 2006, Hardy founded Tiger Management Consulting Group, an executive coaching and business consulting services firm. Hardy’s client portfolio comprises for-profit and non-profit organizations, including global human capital development firm, Right Management. Hardy has been associated with Urban Land Institute, a global non-profit committed to responsible land use, since 2016. She has served ULI in various advisory and consulting roles, including its Senior Visiting Fellow for Creative Placemaking.
Hardy has been recognized for her work in the arts and in business, for example, as a 2022 honoree by The Phillips Collection, a prominent Washington, DC museum, and as 2010 Minority Business Leader by the Washington Business Journal. Hardy is an accomplished writer and public speaker. Her recent writings include an essay, “Development Without Displacement” in Volume 3 of The Place Economy published by Hoyne based in Australia; she is author of ULI 2022 Publication, “Creative Placemaking: Recommendations from and Impact of Six Advisory Services Panels;” and co-author of ULI 2020 Publication “Creative Placemaking: Sparking Development with Art and Culture.” Between 2016 and 2023, Hardy has written a sextet of articles on creative placemaking for Urban Land magazine.
After retiring from IBM, Hardy founded Tiger Management Consulting Group, an executive coaching and business consulting services firm. Hardy’s client portfolio comprises for-profit and non-profit organizations, including global human capital development firm, Right Management.
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