Six Women Gallerists Share Candid Advice on Finding Representation
These days, there is nothing surprising about women leading the charge and bringing change to the gallery world. Today’s women directors, curators and gallerists are risk takers. They’re active members in their communities. The landscape is collaborative rather than competitive. And they give more money to charity, often selling work for social and political causes as well. Continuing the discussion which appeared in Art New England's September/October Gallery Issue, all six gallerists join this panel to offer thoughtful, insightful and practical advice on approaching gallery representation. Bring your questions!
Panelists:Patricia Trafton, Soapbox Arts Gallery, Burlington, VTVanDaysha Taylor, The Firm Art Gallery, Bridgeport, CTTamar Russell Brown, Gallery Sitka, Shirley, MAJuliet Feibel, executive director, ArtsWorcester, Worcester, MACynthia Winings, Cynthia Winings Gallery, Blue Hill, MEJessica Hagen, Jessica Hagen Fine Art & Design, Newport, RI
Moderator: Rita A. Fucillo, associate publisher, Art New England
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Free with admission to the Boston International Fine Art Show: $15, under 12 free. Boston Center for the Arts, Cyclorama, October 21-23, 2022, 539 Termont Street, Boston in the South End. Show details at www.FineArtBoston.com
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