02 February 2013

AICA-USA at CAA, NYC

1. AICA-USA’s annual panel at the 2013 College Art Association Conference is titled 
”Art Criticism and Social Media.”  It will be held on Wednesday, February 13, 12:30-2 PM in the 2nd Floor Regent Parlor of New York’s Hilton Hotel.

The panel is chaired by Phyllis Tuchman, AICA-USA board member and independent critic. Panelists include

·      Sarah Douglas, New York Observer

·      Lindsay Pollock, Art in America

·      Walter Robinson, AICA-USA member and independent artist

·      Barry Schwabsky, AICA-USA board member, poet and critic for The Nation and Artforum

 

2. On Friday, February 15, 12:30-2 PM, AICA-USA board member and Brooklyn Rail publisher Phong Bui will be among the panelists for the Brooklyn Rail's panel, "Meta Mentors: Double Duty."  This session will look at artists who take on other art-related professions such as gallerist, curator, and writer, and have explored a variety of methods and platforms to assure that the perspective of the artist maintains a vital role in the contemporary discourse.  This session will take place in the Murray Hill Suite, 2nd Floor at the New York Hilton.

SESSION CHAIRS
Niku Kashef, California State University, Northridge
Timothy Nolan, independent artist

SESSION PANELISTS
Phong Bui, the Brooklyn Rail
David Brody, Maryland Institute College of Art
Christopher Joy, Gorky’s Granddaughter
Austin Thomas, Pocket Utopia
Amelia Winger-BearskinArt Art Zine and Vanderbilt University

 

3. On Friday February 15, 2:30-5:00 PM, artist, writer, and AICA member Mira Schor will participate in the Annual Artists’ Interviews, taking place in ARTspace during the 2013 Annual Conference in New York. This session will be the thirteenth installment of the popular series, which features two major practicing artists in back-to-back interviews. The talks will be held in the Murray Hill Suite, 2nd Floor at the New York Hilton. Stuart Horodner, artistic director of Atlanta’s Contemporary Art Center, will interview Schor. 

Headquartered in New York, AICA-USA's membership comprises over 400 critics, curators, scholars, and art historians working throughout the United States.

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