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Join Northeastern University’s Center for the Arts and the Boston Arts Dealers Association (BADA) for a panel discussion exploring the ways in which both established and emerging arts institutions are rethinking their practices to meet the challenges of developing and retaining broader audiences.
This event is free and open to the public.
Schedule of Events:
6:00 – 7:30 p.m. | Panel Discussion
McLeod Suites (rooms 318-321), Curry Student Center.
The panel discussion, moderated by Center for the Arts Director Amy Halliday, will feature:
- Jerry Beck (ArtSpace Maynard)
- Kara Elliott-Ortega (City of Boston)
- Kate Gilbert (Now + There Public Art)
- David Guerra (Area Gallery)
- Mags Harries (School of the Museum of Fine Arts)
- Catherine Morris (Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and Boston Art & Music Soul)
7:30 – 8:30 p.m. | Reception and viewing of Helina Metaferia’s Against a Sharp White Background
Gallery 360, Curry Student Center.
About Boston Art Dealers Association:
Now in its 30th year, BADA works to foster cooperation among member galleries and to present a unified voice of advocacy for contemporary art in Boston.
Header Image: Responding to Marks, Helina Metaferia, video still, 2019, courtesy of Barnett Newman Foundation, Artist Rights Society NY and National Gallery of Art.