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Art and Activism

Mar 14, 2017

Can political art change the world? History and current examples show that it can. This panel led by artist, writer and critic Bruce Helander and including contemporary gallerist Rhonda Long-Sharp, curator Daniel S. Palmer, who is involved in Public Art Fund's upcoming exhibition with Ai Weiwei, Good Fences Make Good Neighbors, and artist Ted Riederer, who is running a socially relevant project at CONTEXT, will discuss how art touches people at deeper emotional levels, conveying what cannot be said with simple facts.
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Artist Spotlight: Graphite to Gigabytes – Artists as Craftsmen

Jan 4, 2016

The discussion will look at the craftsmanship and complexity of the works of three internationally known, contemporary artists: the UK’s David Spiller, Santa Fe’s Gino Miles, and Indianapolis’ Jason Myers.
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Artist Spotlight: Hand-Crafted Sculpture Amidst the Conceptual Art Revolution

Jan 4, 2016

This session features a conversation with internationally known contemporary artist, Gino Miles.
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Rhonda Long-Sharp

Jan 4, 2016

After a successful 20+ year legal career defending men and women on death row in the highest courts of the US, art enthusiast and collector Rhonda Long-Sharp decided to formally pursue her passion for the arts in 2005. Beginning as both an art consultant and modern art broker, Long-Sharp specialized in post-war and contemporary multiples […]
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