Date and Time
Wednesday, Mar 17, 2021
6:00 — 8:00 pm
One year ago, on March 12, 2020, the Boston Art Dealers Association, in collaboration with Northeastern University’s Center for the Arts, was slated to host a panel discussion with Boston cultural practitioners questions of art and audience. Two days before, the panel was cancelled as concerns about the novel coronavirus reached a tipping point, and educational institutions began to send students home. One year later, we bring panelists back together to reflect on how Covid-19 and the ongoing movement for racial justice have informed their practices and changed the landscape of the city’s art scene.
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About Boston Art Dealers Association
The Boston Art Dealers Association (BADA) was formed in 1989 to foster cooperation among the city’s contemporary art galleries and to create a unified voice of advocacy for contemporary art in Boston. Since its founding, BADA has sponsored numerous events, including panel discussions, gallery talk series and special exhibitions. BADA has supported artists, collectors and donors, speaking out on a variety of issues.