NYC: State Of The Art

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NYC: State Of The Art

333 West 23 Street
New York, NY 10011
March 6th, 2010 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM

New York Academy of Art, School of Visual Arts New York (SVA)
photography, mixed-media, digital, installation, graffiti/street-art, video-art, conceptual, pop, landscape, surrealism, figurative, modern, traditional, sculpture
$39 - artist & student, $69 early bird, $99 general admission


NYC:State Of The Art is NYC's first-ever art industry conference, and we're inviting you to come pARTicipate!

With a focus on the challenges facing NYC's artists, the one-day, not-for-profit NYC:SOTA conference will bring together art industry movers & shakers, and YOU!

Learn about the most innovative initiatives and resources NYC has to offer emerging visual artists, ask your questions, and make your suggestions. Help preserve New York City as a global art capital and a city that not only sells art, but fosters it's creation.

Early bird discount tickets are available NOW for only $69. Verified artists and students get a special rate of only $39! (Get your tickets now--quantities are limited.)

Early bird discount tickets here!

For artists who cannot afford to go, a handful of sponsored tickets will be given away to those who sign up. (Sponsored tickets will be issued on a space-available basis. Artists who pay for tickets will be guaranteed a seat. See website for details.)

Get your tickets now--quantities are extremely limited! Saturday
March 6, 2010
8:30 am to 5:30 pm
333 west 23rd street
Get tickets here!

Confirmed Panelists:
  • Jeremy Adams, Executive Director, Cue Art Foundation
  • Susan Ball, Director of Programs, New York Foundation for the Arts
  • Jonathan Bowles, Director, Center for an Urban Future
  • Jason Bowman, Director, Fountain Gallery
  • David Businelli, President, American Institute of Architects (NY State)
  • Liz Dimmitt, Curator, Gawker Arts
  • Peter Drake, Dean, New York Academy Of Art
  • Heng-Gil Han, Visual Arts Director, Jamacia Center for Arts & Learning
  • Janet Hicks, Director of Permissions, Artists Rights Society
  • Heather Hubbs, Director, New Art Dealers Association
  • Liz Koch, Arts & Culture Liaison, Office of the Brooklyn Borough President
  • Cary Leibowitz, Director of Contemporary Editions, Phillips de Pury
  • Keats Myer, Executive Director, Children’s Museum of the Arts
  • Norma Munn, Chairperson, New York Arts Coalition
  • Marisa Sage, President, Williamsburg Gallery Association
  • Wesley Miller, Curator, Art:21
  • Manon Slome, Founder & Curator, No Longer Empty
  • Will Maitland Weiss, Executive Director, Art & Business Council of New York
(Panelists subject to change without notice.)

For questions, e-mail or call us at 347.455.8878.

See you there!

Ticket info here