ArtTable Annual Leadership Series

Organized by ArtTable and co-presented by the Vera List Center for Art and Politics and The New School, these annual public forums feature distinguished rosters of speakers and commentators who discuss relevant and emerging issues for those working in arts and culture.


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 Reaction + Action in the Art World 


ArtTable invites you to Reaction + Action in the Art World, a panel discussion of top arts professionals at the forefront of creative civic engagement to discuss their experiences with radical resistance and process.

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PR‚ÄčEVIOUS ARTTABLE LEADERSHIP SERIES


                            


On October 23, 2017 ArtTable presented the second in a series of annual public programs organized by ArtTable and co-presented with the Vera List Center for Art and Politics, the Center for New York City Affairs, and The New School. Arts Partnerships and the Transformation of Cities was a panel discussion focused on the vital role of the visual arts in a city’s overall future. The panel brought together six distinguished women who have worked to design and establish partnerships and programs that bring artists and artistic activity into dialogue with community authorities and the private sector. In addressing the complexities of such collaborations, these leaders ensure that artistic communities are fully represented and have an integral role in the preservation and growth of a city’s infrastructure.
 
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New Visions, New Voices, was the first inaugural program of the Annual Leadership at The New School, and organized by ArtTable and co-presented with the Vera List Center for Art and Politics and the New School. The program which took place on Monday, September 19, 2016,  featured a panel discussion of by four women directors of art museums in four New York City’s boroughs: Holly Block, executive director, The Bronx Museum of the Arts; Thelma Golden, director and chief curator, The Studio Museum in Harlem; Anne Pasternak, Shelby White and Leon Levy Director, the Brooklyn Museum; and Laura Raicovich, president and executive director, the Queens Museum. Moderated by co-chief art critic of The New York Times, Martha Schwendener, an art critic for the New York Times, the conversation focused on the role each institution plays in its community, along with insights and personal anecdotes from the participants.

View photos from the event here! Also make sure to check out the video of the event on our Youtube page.