08 January 2015

Art Critics’ Websites Panel: Who, What, Where, When and a little bit of How

Fewer than 20% of AICA/USA members have their own websites, and no two are formatted alike. If you’ve ever thought about creating an online presence for your archived articles and essays, join us for this panel, titled "Art Critics’ Websites: Who, What, Where, When and a little bit of How," which will address both the philosophical and practical aspects of websites for writers.

The panel chair is former AICA/USA co-president Judith Stein.

Panelists include: 

  • Aaron Levy, Slought;
  • Michael Gross, Sr. Staff Attorney, Authors Guild;
  • Fred Gates, Fred Gates Design, NY;
  • Mimi Cheng, communications designer, Night Kitchen, Philadelphia.

If you already have your own website or blog, please confirm that AICA/USA has a record of it by logging into the members only area (box at upper right on home page) and updating your profile if needed.

Please RSVP to info@aicausa.org. Seating is limited to 80 people and is on a first-come, first-served basis. So do RSVP as quickly as you can, and then advise us if you won’t be able to make it.

For those who cannot attend, we are trying to arrange for the panel to be recorded for our Website.

 

Art Critics’ Websites: Who, What, Where, When and a little bit of How

When: Monday, January 26, 2015, 6:15—7:45
Where: Artists Space, 55 Walker Street

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