Art Work Talk: Amy Sadao | The New School
Video (1:19:55): Art Work Talk: Amy Sadao at The New School on Thursday, March 5, 2020.
The New School wries, ‘The Visual Studies program at Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts at The New School a conversation with Amy Sadao, an influential curator, educator, writer and leader in contemporary art. “What would a feminist, anti-racist, queer and trans art museum feel like, from the inside?” Beginning with Sadao’s question, this conversation examines the importance of supporting artists and curators, transforming organizational culture, and social justice in contemporary art institutions, across Sadao’s work with Godzilla: Asian American Arts Network, Visual AIDS and the ICA Philadelphia.’
Amy Sadao received her BFA from the Cooper Union School of Art in 1995 and an MA in comparative ethnic studies from the University of California, Berkeley in 2000. She was Executive Director of Visual AIDS for the Arts from 2002-2012 and served as the Daniel W. Dietrich II Director of the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia from 2012-2019. Amy is living in Philadelphia and is currently the Program Director for Denniston Hill and the curator of the Columbia University MFA exhibition.
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