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Virtual | Curatorial Perspective: ‘Never Done: 100 Years of Women in Politics and Beyond’

March 12 @ 12:00 pm

12pm ET | 11am CT | 9am PT

ArtTable’s Curatorial Perspective program series invites curators to present and discuss timely exhibitions and initiatives. Please join us for a discussion with Rachel Seligman, Malloy Curator at the Tang Museum, and Minita Sanghvi, Assistant Professor in the Department of Management and Business at Skidmore College, about the exhibition Never Done: 100 Years of Women in Politics and Beyond.

The exhibition includes artwork a multitude of notable female artists, including Gina Adams, Jordan Casteel, Guerrilla Girls, Martine Gutierrez, Julie Mehretu, Joan Mitchell, Catherine Opie, Howardena Pindell, Wendy Red Star, Faith Ringgold, Deborah Roberts, Tschabalala Self, Cindy Sherman, Lorna Simpson, Jaune Quick-To-See Smith, Shinique Smith, Mickalene Thomas, Marie Watt, Carrie Mae Weems, among many others!

Admission

  • Non-Members – $15
  • ArtTable Members – $10
  • ArtTable Circle Members – Free

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Accessibility: Please note that this program will offer live closed captioning. If you require additional accommodations, please email programs@arttable.org.


About the Speakers

Rachel Seligman is the Assistant Director for Curatorial Affairs and Malloy Curator at the Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College (Saratoga Springs, NY). Her curatorial practice includes many interdisciplinary collaborative projects on subjects including Solomon Northup, democracy and citizenship, social class, activism and civil rights, pattern in art and science, and sugar, among others. Seligman is the co-author of Solomon Northup: The Complete Story of the Author of Twelve Years a Slave (Praeger, 2013), as well as numerous exhibition catalogues including Classless Society (Tang, 2014), Machine Project (DelMonico-Prestel, 2016), and Sixfold Symmetry (Tang, 2018). She has a BA from Skidmore College and an MA in Art History from George Washington University. She has chaired the Visual Arts Panel of the New York State Council on the Arts. Seligman has also served on numerous panels and committees for regional and national arts organizations.

Dr. Minita Sanghvi is an assistant professor in the management and business department at Skidmore College where she teaches business, marketing, as well as a first year seminar on gender and politics in the United States. Her research centers around gender and intersectionality in marketing and consumption. Palgrave MacMillan published her book Gender and Political Marketing in the United States and the 2016 Presidential Election: An Analysis of Why She Lost in 2019. In addition, she has published articles in Journal of Marketing Management and Journal of Business Research. Dr. Sanghvi was elected to the Saratoga Springs Public Library Board in 2019 for a 5-year term. She is the co-curator of the exhibition titled Never Done: 100 Years of Women in Politics and Beyond along with Rachel Seligman at the Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum at Skidmore College.

 


Images: 

  1. Installation view of Never Done: 100 Years of Women in Politics and Beyond
  2. Rachel Seligman, courtesy of the speaker
  3. Minita Sanghvi, courtesy of the speaker

Details

Date:
March 12
Time:
12:00 pm
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Organizer

ArtTable National
Phone:
212 343 1735 Ext 13
Email:
programs@arttable.org

Venue

Zoom
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