Editor Sharon Louden in conversation with Chloe Bass, artist-contributor of The Artist as Culture Producer, Ellen Harvey, artist-contributor of Living and Sustaining a Creative Life and Dr. Alpesh Kantilal Patel, Assistant Professor of Contemporary Art and Theory and the Graduate Program Director at Florida International University at Yale School of Art in New Haven, CT. Book signing to follow. Thank you Lisa Kereszi for organizing this event.
Editor Sharon Louden in conversation with artist contributor from The Artist as Culture Producer Chloe Bass and artist contributor from Living and Sustaining a Creative Life Sean Mellyn at MANA Contemporary. This event is hosted by the International Sculpture Center in partnership with MANA Contemporary. Book signing to follow.
Editor Sharon Louden moderates a conversation with artist-contributors Pratt Professor Jean Shin, Pratt Chair of Undergraduate and Graduate studies Jane South, alumnus Matthew Deleget, artist Julia Kunin and contributor Hrag Vartanian, Editor-in-Chief and Co-founder of Hyperallergic. Book signing to follow.
Sharon Louden in conversation with artist-contributors Austin Thomas, Kat Keirnan, Publisher of Don't Take Pictures and Carrie Moyer from the Artist as Culture Producer as well as Paddy Johnson, founding Editor of Art F City, at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts. Book signing to follow. Organized by Michelle Levy, Director, EFA Project Space and Meghana Karnik, Program Manager, EFA project Space.
Sharon Louden, artist, editor and organizer of the New York Academy of Art Professional Practice Lecture Series will conduct a conversation between Living and Sustaining a Creative Life artist-contributor Peter Drake and artist-contributors Julia Kunin and Jean Shin from The Artist as Culture Producer book. A book signing will follow.
Specific date and time to be announced.
Organized by Anne and Frank Goodyear, Directors of Bowdoin College Museum of Art and Faculty from Bowdoin College.
Multiple events in the UK to be announced.
Artist and professor Patricia Miranda moderates a conversation between editor Sharon Louden and another contributor from The Artist as Culture Producer. Book signing and reception to follow. Time: to be announced.
Organized by Patricia Miranda and Marguerite d’Aprile Quigley, Director, Center for Arts Programming at Lyme Academy.
Editor Sharon Louden conducts a panel with artist-contributors Zoe Charlton, Brett Wallace and Jayme McLellan, as well as Georgetown University Professor and artist BG Muhn, centered around issues and models that come from The Artist as Culture Producer. Hosted by Al Acres, Chair and Associate Professor, Art History, Renaissance at Georgetown University. Special thanks to Jayme McLellan for making this happen. Please note: this will be held in the Copley Formal Lounge.
Sharon Louden visits Pratt Munson Williams Proctor College of Art and Design for a conversation about The Artist as Culture Producer as a part of the Elizabeth Lemieux Lecture Series. Book signing to follow. Organized by Donna Moran, Dean, Pratt Munson Williams Proctor College of Art and Design. This will be held in the Munson Williams Proctor Museum auditorium.
Artist contributors Robert Yoder and Wendy Red Star in conversation with editor Sharon Louden at Pacific Northwest College of Art Center for Contemporary Art & Culture. Organized by Mack McFarland, Director of PNCA Center for Contemporary Art & Culture. Book signing and reception to follow. Special thanks to Bean Gilsdorf for connecting us.
Two events over the course of a weekend hosted by Harvester Arts in Wichita, Kansas. Sharon Louden in conversation with contributors Courtney Fink, Chloe Bass, Jayme McLellan and Alison Wong. Time of events to be announced.
Organized by Kate Van Steenhuyse, Kristin Beal and Ryan W. Gates of Harvester Arts, Wichita, KS
Special thanks goes to the ever generous Aimee Geist, Executive Director of Arts Partners, Wichita, KS, for her connecting Sharon Louden to Kate and Kristin, co-founders of Harvester Arts.
Sharon Louden in conversation with Hrag Vartanian, Editor-in-Chief and Co-founder of Hyperallergic and other panelists to be announced at the Center for Art and Social Engagement at the University of Houston. Book signing to follow. Many thanks to Sixto Wagan for organizing this event.
Editor Sharon Louden and contributors Hrag Vartanian and Matthew Deleget visit Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center and the University of Alaska Fairbanks as well as artists in villages Bethel, Ketchican and Kodiak. Events will be scheduled in each place. Organized by Pat Shelton. Specific dates, venues and times to be announced.
Sharon Louden and Sarah Fritchey in conversation with artist-contributors Mark Tribe, Tim Doud and Zoe Charlton of The Artist as Culture Producer at Artspace. Book signing and reception to follow. This program is a part of Artspaces' 30th Anniversary Reunion Weekend. Organized and sponsored by Helen Kauder, Executive Director, and Sarah Fritchey, Curator and Gallery Director of Artspace.
Sharon Louden moderates a conversation with artist-contributors Jean Shin, Morehshin Allahyari and Shinique Smith from The Artist as Culture Producer and The 8th Floor Artistic Director Sara Reisman on the occasion of their current exhibition, The Intersectional Self. Book signing to follow. Click here for more information.
Artist and editor Sharon Louden and contributor Hrag Vartanian, Editor-in-Chief and co-founder of Hyperallergic tour Australia with Sydney-based Critic Gina Fairley and publisher and co-founder of Hyperallergic Veken Gueyikian.
19 April 2017 6pm: Carriageworks, Sydney @Carriageworks
20 April 2017 10am-12pm; 2-4pm: UNSW Art & Design, Sydney @artdesignunsw
22 April 2017 10am: Raygun Projects, Toowoomba @RAYGUNLAB
22 April 2017 3pm: The Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), Brisbane @QAGOMA
23 April - 28 April 2017 Warlukurlango Artists, Alice Springs & Yuendumu.
1 May 2017 Tasmanian College of the Arts at the University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania @UTAS_
Many thanks to the Ford Foundation for their support of our travel to Toowoomba and Alice Springs. A special thanks to Gina Fairley for co-organizing this program and making this important mini-tour happen.
Sharon Louden in conversation with The Artist as Culture Producer contributors Edgar Arceneaux, Courtney Fink and Editor-in-Chief and Co-Founder of Hyperallergic, Hrag Vartanian, at LACE. Additional readings by Living and Sustaining a Creative Life artist-contributors George Stoll and Tim Nolan. Book signing to follow. Organized by Sarah Russin, Executive Director, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions. Special thanks to Courtney Fink for connecting us. This event is partially supported by the Ford Foundation. For more information, click here.
Sharon Louden in conversation with Hrag Vartanian, Editor-in-Chief, Hyperallergic at California State University Northridge Gallery. Book signing and reception to follow. Living and Sustaining a Creative Life artist contributor Tim Nolan also on hand to sign books and answer questions. For more information, click here.
Organized and hosted by artist and professor Samantha Fields.
Presenters Sharon Louden and Hrag Vartanian are funded in part by the Distinguished Visiting Speakers Program and the Mike Curb College of California State University, Northridge.
Wendy Kveck moderates a conversation between artist, writer, curator Clarity Haynes, editor Sharon Louden and artists from Las Vegas at the UNLV Marjorie Barrick Museum. This event is Co-sponsored by The UNLV Marjorie Barrick Museum and Settlers + Nomads and organized by artists Wendy Kveck and Alisha Kerlin, who is also the Interim Director at the UNLV Marjorie Barrick Museum. Book signing to follow. For more information, click here.
Editor Sharon Louden will be talking about "The Artist as Culture Producer" from 2-3pm and then give an additional talk on her work and what it means to be a Culture Producer today from 5:30-6:30pm. Book signing to follow. Many thanks to the Department of Art and Art History for organizing this event. Sponsored by the Hopper Visiting Artist Series.
Chris Cook, Executive Director of Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, moderates a conversation event with editor Sharon Louden and artist-contributor Edgar Arceneaux from The Artist as Culture Producer as well as Omaha-based artist and gallery director Laura Bacon. Book signing to follow. Organized by Chris Cook. Thank you to United States Artists for their support of this program.
Susannah Schouweiler, Editor-in-Chief of mnartists.org moderates a round-table discussion with Minneapolis-St.Paul-based artists, Graci Horne and Tia Simone-Gardner; Hyperallergic Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief Hrag Vartanian and The Artist as Culture Producer editor and artist Sharon Louden. Book signing to follow. Special thanks to Olga Viso, Nisa Mackie, Jehra Patrick, Emily Gastineau and Jacqueline Stahlmann for making this happen. For more information click here. And to read Hrag Vartanian's foreword on the Walker Art Center's website, click here.
Editor Sharon Louden in conversation with artist-contributors Zoe Charlton and Tim Doud and Cleveland-based artist Sarah Kabot at SPACES in Cleveland. Book signing to follow. This is made possible by Christina Vassallo, Executive Director of SPACES and Jill Snyder, Executive Director; Megan Reich, Deputy Director, Programs & Engagement, and Deidre McPherson / Curator of Public Programs at MoCA Cleveland.
Artist contributors Edgar Arceneaux, Zoe Charlton and Tim Doud in conversation with Sharon Louden. Book signing to follow. Organized by Amy Bower, Coordinator of Public Programs and Education, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Thank you to United States Artists for their support of this program.
10 contributors including Bmoreart's Cara Ober, Tim Doud, Zoe Charlton, Jayme McLellan, Michael Scoggins, Caitlin Masley, Edgar Arceneaux and President and CEO of United States Artists Deana Haggag as well as Editor Sharon Louden and artist and Area 405's owner/director Stewart Watson will participate in a 10-table conversation over a meal. There will be a contributor at each table to field intimate questions and generate conversation with members of the community. Book signing to follow. Sponsored by the Ford Foundation.
Hosted by artist Stewart Watson
Artist contributors Cara Ober (BMoreArt) and William Powhida in conversation with Sharon Louden. Doors open at 6:30pm, discussion from 7-8pm, with a reception and book signing to follow. Organized by contributor, artist and Founding Editor in Chief of BmoreArt, Cara Ober. Sponsored by the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation. http://motorhousebaltimore.com/
Editor Sharon Louden in conversation with artist-contributor who contributed to both Living and Sustaining a Creative Life and The Artist as Culture Producer, at the College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, NY. Book signing to follow. Hosted by Margie Neuhaus, Artist and Arts Coordinator & Professor of Art, School of Arts and Sciences at the College of New Rochelle.
Ian Condry and Sharon Louden co-moderate a conversation with artist-contributor Julia Kunin, and Hrag Vartanian, Editor-in-Chief and Co-founder of Hyperallergic. Book signing and reception to follow. In the Bartos Theater. Hosted by Ian Condry, Author and Professor, Comparative Media Studies / Head, Foreign Languages and Literatures at MIT and Paul Ha, Director, MIT List Arts Center.