6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
added almost 3 years ago
Raised in rural Alabama, Thornton Dial worked as a migrant farmer and steel worker before flourishing as a contemporary artist. Dial's work speaks to some of the most pressing issues of our time: racism, war, and homelessness.
Join us for a screening of Mr. Dial has Something to Say, a brief documentary on Dial, which will introduce a roundtable discussion on Dial, his legacy, and "outsider" art...
Changing the World through Art: A Gala and Art Auction
The Time In Children's Arts Initiative
Board of Directors
Malena Belafonte Elliot Bellen
Cyndie Bellen-Berthézène Spring Dautel
Dalia Fateh Kathleen Landy Irene Nickolai
Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld
Paola Saracino Fendi & Jacquelyn Autrey
Rosy Keyser + Rashaad Newsome
Marianne Boesky Ga...
Sara Reisman is an independent curator based in New York City whose projects have focused on a variety of themes including the politics of public space, globalization and site-specific practice, social practice, collaboration, sustainability, and cultural identity and transformation. Additionally Reisman has curated numerous solo exhibitions, most recently Christopher K. Ho: Privileged White People (2...