This event is part of Queens Council on the Arts Art Builds Community program, a series of technical development workshops and round table gatherings designed to strengthen and support the Queens arts community. The panelists will share insights and information about numerous aspects of the business of visual art with a round table discussion followed by a question and answer period.
Speakers for the round table are David Dorsky, Dorsky Gallery; Ken Johnson, writer, The New York Times; Peter Marin, artist; and Valerie Smith, Senior Curator/Director of Exhibitions, Queens Museum of Art. The panel will be moderated by Mindy Krazmien, Exhibitions Manager for the Queens Library Gallery.
The panel presentation will be followed by discussion and Q&A, as well as an informal reception.
To register or for more information, contact Queens Council on the Arts at 718-647-3377, Ext. 17. Admission is $15, free for QCA members.
Further information about the Art Builds Community Series can also be found at the Queens Council on the Arts Web site at www.queens
P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center is located at 22-25 Jackson Ave, Long Island City, accessible by the E train to 23 St./Ely Ave., or No. 7 train to 45 Rd./Courthouse Square.
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