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Virtual | DC BreakfastTable with Jaynelle Hazard

February 5, 2021 | 8:30 am - 9:30 am

8:30am ET| 7:30am CT

Join ArtTable’s DC Chapter for a presentation and conversation with Jaynelle Hazard, Executive Director & Curator of the newly rebranded Tephra Institute of Contemporary Art. Jaynelle will discuss how the Greater Reston Arts Center repositioned and transformed into Tephra ICA as the institution’s programs, audience, and impact had drastically evolved over the past several years.

This program is free for ArtTable members only. Members may bring one guest for an additional $5. Not a member? Join today!

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About Jaynelle Hazard

Prior to joining Greater Reston Arts Center, Jaynelle Hazard was the Director of Exhibitions at Workhouse Art Center. There she developed, implemented, and oversaw contemporary art programming initiatives. In previous roles, she supported various art programs and worked with some of the most celebrated artworks by supporting the corporate contemporary art collection at UBS, the Union Bank of Switzerland, and via her work at Blank Projects, a contemporary art gallery in Cape Town, South Africa. Significant milestones throughout Hazard’s career include producing more than 75 exhibitions in turn providing opportunities to more than 200 artists, introducing the first outdoor mural project and festival in the Northern Virginia region, and partnering with the Smithsonian American Art Museum in leading the conference, State of Art 5/DC.

Jaynelle Hazard relocated to Washington, DC from New York in 2017 where she earned a Master of Arts degree at Sotheby’s Institute of Art. She currently serves as the Co-Chair for the Washington, DC Chapter of Sotheby’s Institute of Art Alumni and Chair of the Faith Flanagan Fellowship for ArtTable’s DC Chapter.

As the Executive Director and Curator of Tephra ICA, Jaynelle builds a critically engaged practice by introducing methods to advance scholarship; extending reach in interdisciplinary experimentation of contemporary art and ideas; as well as engaging audiences of all backgrounds and identities. With a curatorial foundation and leadership style rooted in care, Hazard is a catalyst and serves as a bridge between the public and the most innovative art of our time.

About Tephra ICA

Tephra ICA is a non-profit, non-collecting institution committed to promoting innovative contemporary art and thinking. Leading with curiosity and care, the organization is a catalyst, generator, and advocate for visual arts. The institution is devoted to celebrating artists. It values the power of art to broaden and shift perspectives, start difficult conversations, and consider alternative ideas.

Thank you to ArtTable’s Washington, D.C. Chapter for organizing this program.

Image: Jaynelle C. Hazard


February 5, 2021
8:30 am - 9:30 am
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