The Re-Model: Strategic Career Thinking from Art World Insiders
A Speaker Series from BmoreArt
The Re-Model is a new speaker series designed to bring nationally recognized artists and arts professionals to Baltimore to challenge existing structures of success and to build awareness and diversity within current models for best professional practices. From insider tips to creating productive relationships with galleries to funding models for ambitious projects, Re-Model speakers will candidly discuss their art careers in conjunction with the projects and publications they have created.
Lectures will be free and hosted quarterly at The Motor House, located at 120 W. North Avenue in the Station North Arts & Entertainment District. Each talk will be followed by an informal reception for speakers and guests to network and purchase books and publications.
Next Event: ARTS.BLACK at Motor House June 24 – with editors Jessica Lynne and Taylor Renee Aldridge.Tickets are free but are limited. Reserve yours and get more information here.
ARTS.BLACK is a journal of art criticism from Black perspectives predicated on the belief that art criticism should be an accessible dialogue – a tool through which we question, celebrate, and talk back to the global world of contemporary art. The journal is edited by Taylor Renee and Jessica Lynne.
Join BmoreArt for a lively discussion with Arts.Black founding editors Jessica Lynne and Taylor Renee Aldridge at The Motor House on Saturday, June 24.
Doors open at 5 pm for a 5:30 lecture followed by Q&A.
Tickets are free but limited so please reserve yours here.
Taylor Renee Aldridge is a Detroit based writer and curator. Taylor is the 2016 recipient of The Andy Warhol Foundation Creative Capital Arts Writers Grant for Short Form Writing. She received her M.L.A from Harvard University with a concentration in Museum Studies and a B.A from Howard University with a concentration in Art History. Taylor has worked at the Ethelbert Cooper Gallery of African & African American Art (Harvard University), and has been awarded the Goldman Sachs Junior Fellowship at The National Museum of American History (Smithsonian Institutions). She has written for the Detroit MetroTimes, ARTNews, ContemporaryAnd, SFMoMA’s Open Space and Hyperallergic.
Jessica Lynne is a Brooklyn-based arts administrator and critic. She received her BA in Africana Studies from NYU and has been awarded residencies and fellowships from Art21 and The Cue Foundation, Callaloo, and The Center for Book Arts. Jessica contributes to publications such as Art in America, The Art Newspaper, The Brooklyn Rail, Hyperallergic, and Pelican Bomb. She’s co-editor of ARTS.BLACK, a journal of art criticism from Black perspectives, and a founding editor of the now defunctZora Magazine. Currently, Jessica serves as the Manager of Development and Communication at Recess.
FORMER RE-MODEL SPEAKER SERIES:
The series kicks off on Thursday, March 9 at 6:30 pm with NY-based artist and author Sharon Louden. After the international success of Living and Sustaining a Creative Life: Essays by 40 Working Artists, Louden returns to Baltimore with NY-based artist William Powhida to discuss her newest book Artist as Culture Producer. The informal discussion will focus on Culture Producer’s concept: the value of artists who promote the work of other artists. The talk will include BmoreArt’s Cara Ober, one of the 40 featured artists in the book.
Reserve your ticket for Culture Producers on March 9, 2017: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/artist-as-culture-producer-sharon-louden-william-powhida-and-cara-ober-tickets-31718311323
Forthcoming speakers will feature Abraham Burickson and Ayden Leroux, collaborators behind the internationally recognized Odyssey Works, an elaborate performance series for an audience of one, and Heather Darcy Bhandari, former NY Gallery Director at Mixed Greens and author of the much-loved professional development manual Art/Work: Everything You Need to Know (and Do) As You Pursue Your Art Career. Odyssey Works’ new book, published by Princeton Architectural Press, and Bhandari’s new and updated edition of Art/Works, published by Simon & Schuster, will be available at each event.
BmoreArt’s The Re-Model is designed to bring artists together to discuss the vital issues that really matter to them, like sustainability, best practices, funding models, and community. For this reason, the audience will have the opportunity to ask questions of the guests and linger afterwards during the reception. Although tickets are free, the audience is limited to 150 seats per event to ensure an intimate and comfortable environment in the Motor House Black Box Theater.
This speaker series is generously supported by the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation.