The Strand
Mar
2
7:00 pm19:00

The Strand

  • The Strand

Book Launch!
Sharon Louden, artist and editor and Hrag Vartanian, Editor-in-Chief and Co-founder of Hyperallergic will introduce The Artist as Culture Producer followed by readings by artist-contributors including Shinique Smith and Steve Lambert. Additional contributors present will be Moreshin Allayhari, Chloe Bass, Sharon ButlerZoe Charlton, Matthew Deleget, Tim Doud, Deana Haggag, Kat Kiernan, Duncan MacKenzie, Caitlin Masley, Jayme McLellan, Cara Ober, William Powhida, Paul Henry Ramirez, Michael Scoggins, Jean ShinAustin Thomas, Mark Tribe and Brett Wallace. Book signing to follow.

This is a celebration and a double book signing. Contributors from Living and Sustaining a Creative Life will also be in attendance to sign books including Bill Carroll and Peter Drake

To reserve a seat and ticket for this event, click here. Attendance is limited as this will be held in the Rare Books Room of the Strand.

Organized by Kaylen Higgins, Director of Events at the Strand Book Store. For press inquiries and details, please contact Kaylen at events@strandbooks.com or call (212) 473-1452 ext. 380. @strandbookstore

Temple Contemporary, Tyler School of Art
Mar
3
12:00 pm12:00

Temple Contemporary, Tyler School of Art

  • Tyler School of Art at Temple University

Artist and Chair of Foundations Gerard Brown moderates a conversation with editor Sharon Louden in conversation with Deana Haggag, President and CEO of United States Artists and Hrag Vartanian, Editor-in-Chief and Co-founder of Hyperallergic. Organized by Robert Blackson, Director of Exhibitions and Public Programs, Temple Contemporary, Tyler School of Art at Temple University

MIT List Visual Arts Center
Mar
7
6:00 pm18:00

MIT List Visual Arts Center

  • MIT List Visual Arts Center

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.

 

Area 405
Mar
10
6:00 pm18:00

Area 405

  • Area 405

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

http://www.area405.com/

SPACES in partnership with MoCA Cleveland
Mar
18
7:00 pm19:00

SPACES in partnership with MoCA Cleveland

  • SPACES

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. 

Walker Art Center
Mar
22
6:00 pm18:00

Walker Art Center

  • Walker Art Center

Susannah Schouweiler, Editor-in-Chief of mnartists.org moderates a round-table discussion with Minneapolis-St.Paul-based artists, Graci Horne and Tia Simone-GardnerHyperallergic 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 VisoNisa Mackie, Jehra Patrick, Emily Gastineau and Jacqueline Stahlmann for making this happen.  For more information click here.

UNLV Marjorie Barrick Museum
Apr
10
7:30 pm19:30

UNLV Marjorie Barrick Museum

  • The Marjorie Barrick Museum

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

California State University Northridge
Apr
13
11:00 am11:00

California State University Northridge

  • California State University Northridge

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.

Organized and hosted by artist and professor Samantha Fieldshttp://www.csun.edu/

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.

Australia
Apr
17
May 2

Australia

  • Various venues

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, publisher and co-founder of Hyperallergic Veken Gueyikian and Sydney-based artist contributor Khaled Sabsabi.

Confirmed venues:

19 April 2017 6pm:  Carriageworks, Sydney @Carriageworks 
20 & 21 April 2017 UNSW Art & Design, Sydney @artdesignunsw
22 April 2017 10:00amRaygun 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_

A special thanks to Gina Fairley for co-organizing this program and making this important mini-tour happen. Thank you, Gina!

Duluth Art Institute
Sep
8
Sep 9

Duluth Art Institute

  • Duluth Art Institute

On September 8th, 6-8pmSharon Louden in conversation with artist contributor Wendy Red Star, on the occasion of her solo exhibition at the Duluth Art Institute, and artist contributor Jane South about their essays and sustaining their creative lives.

On September 9th, time TBASharon and Jane continue the conversation the next day co-teaching a professional practice workshop for professional artists.

Duluth Art Institute, Duluth, MN.
Organized by Anne Dugan. Special thanks to Anne Labovitz for introducing us. 

Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts
Sep
21
6:30 pm18:30

Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts

  • Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts

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. 

School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Sep
22
Sep 23

School of the Art Institute of Chicago

  • School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Two events over the course of two days: Sharon Louden engages in conversation with artist contributors Duncan MacKenzie, Carron Little and one more contributor about The Artist as Culture Producer. Time of events on each day to be announced. Book signing to follow.

Organized by Kate Schutta, artist and Assistant Dean of Student Affairs and Co-director of the Career + Co-op Center of SAIC.

www.saic.edu

United Kingdom
Oct
8
Oct 16

United Kingdom

  • Bath Spa University School of Art and Design

Multiple events in the UK to be announced. 

Harvester Arts
Nov
17
Nov 19

Harvester Arts

  • Harvester Arts

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. 

http://www.harvesterarts.com/