Framework Panel 21: Locally Sourced

March 03, 2015 - February 03, 2015

Overview

FRAMEWORK PANEL #21
Locally Sourced

Tuesday, March 3
6–8pm
Abramson Family Recital Hall at the Katzen Arts Center, American University

Attendance is FREE!

Transformer continues our ongoing FRAMEWORK Panel Series with FRAMEWORK Panel #21: Locally Sourced. This panel will profile a diverse range of Community Supported Art programs from across the country, and how these programs support artists in their work and in their communities. The panel highlights directors of participating organizations in Locally Sourced, the first of four exhibitions in the Do You Know Where Your Art Comes From? series. Presented over two years at the American University Museum and the Rotunda of the Katzen Arts Center, Do You Know Where Your Art Comes From? highlights various contemporary platforms artists and arts organizations have initiated to develop, create, and present art.

Panelists include: Abigail Satinsky, Associate Director, Threewalls (Chicago); Gean Moreno, Artistic Director, Cannonball (Miami, FL); Amanda Brinkman, Creative & Operations Director, Pelican Bomb (New Orleans); Jill Allyn Peterson, Co-Founder, Brooklyn Community Supported Art + Design (Brooklyn, NY); Jacob Robichaux, Artist Curated Projects (Los Angeles, CA), and Victoria Reis, Co-Founder and Executive & Artistic Director, Transformer (DC).

The panel will be moderated by Tim Doud, Associate Professor of Art and Visiting Artist Program Coordinator, Studio Art Program in the Department of Art, American University (Washington, DC) and Victoria Reis, Co-Founder, Executive & Artistic Director, Transformer (Washington, DC).