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DC | BreakfastTable with Allison Nance & Teddy Rodger

June 10, 2021 @ 9:00 am

Allison Nance & Terry Rodger
9am ET

Join ArtTable’s DC Chapter for June’s BreakfastTable featuring Allison Nance and Teddy Rodger, co-founders and curators of Plain Sight, an independent exhibition space born out of the many art space closures during the Covid-19 pandemic. Guests will gather in front of Plain Sight and learn more about Allison and Teddy’s partnership and concept behind Plain Sight, and about their current exhibition by Lee Nowell-Wilson. After, we will walk one block to Doubles Cafe for a Dutch Treat-style breakfast and conversation outdoors on their large covered patio.

This program is free for all ArtTable members. Members may bring 1 additional guest for $5.

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About Allison Nance

Allison Nance has over 15 years of leadership experience in arts non-profit management for the visual arts. She is deeply dedicated to supporting and empowering artists as leaders, and elevating cultural exchange opportunities both abroad and locally. In addition to co-founding and curating Plain Sight, Allison is the Managing Director of The Nicholson Project, an Artist Residency Program and exhibition space in Washington, DC. She is also the curator of exhibitions at Culture House DC.

Previously, Allison was the Director of Hillyer Art Space (IA&A at Hillyer) from 2013-2020 where she facilitated a robust schedule of artist selection and mentorship, organizing and curating over 30 exhibitions and 85+ public programs annually. She fostered initiatives and key partnerships throughout DC and the surrounding region and broadened artist-focused projects between Washington, DC, and international counterparts. Allison currently serves on the Alexandria Commission for the Arts and the Washington Sculptors Group Advisory Board. She is the Programs Chair for ArtTable’s DC Chapter Executive Committee.

About Teddy Rodger

Teddy Rodger specializes in program development within the cultural sector. She delivers high-quality and thoughtful initiatives and events that connect communities around the world through the arts. She is well-versed in launching large-scale and internationally-focused arts events, fellowships, and collaborative projects that elevate organizational mission and presence on a global scale. In addition to co-founding and curating Plain Sight, Teddy is a Program Manager for the Goethe Institute. There she manages Shaping the Past, a partnership between the Goethe-Institut, Monument Lab, and the German Federal Agency for Civic Education. The partnership connects memory workers in North America and Germany to deliver public programs and a multi-city, international exhibition.

She was the Public Engagement and Events Manager at IA&A at Hillyer before its pandemic related closure in May 2020. Before that, Teddy worked as the Programs Manager at Georgetown’s The Lab for Global Performance and Politics, as well as the Producer of their international Cross-Currents festival. Amongst others, previous experience includes Assistant to Playwrights Charles L. Mee and Michi Barall, and Associate Director of Audience Development and Promotions at the hakespeare Theatre Company.

 

Thank you to Allison Nance, DC Chapter, for organizing this program.


Images:

  1. Teddy Rodgers headshot courtesy of District Fray Magazine, photo by Rick Kessler Photography.

Details

Date:
June 10, 2021
Time:
9:00 am
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Organizer

ArtTable Washington, D.C.
Email:
programs@arttable.org

Venue

Plain Sight
3218 Georgia Avenue NW
Washington, DC, DC 20010 United States

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