The Queens Museum’s Open A.I.R. Artist Services Program invites you to join Hallie Ringle for a meal and informal discussion at Mama Leti’s Cafe.
Location: 40-07 Junction Blvd. Corona, NY 11368. Train 7 to Junction Blvd.
We believe that informal no-agenda meetings can be incredibly fruitful and generative for artists. Come ask questions, discuss your work, and share a delicious meal with Hallie Ringle and 9 other artists.
How does it work?
Answer Hallie’s question: How do you see the relationship between artists and Museums evolving?
By following this link: https://queensmuseum.wufoo.com/forms/dinner-without-an-agenda-w-hallie-ringle/
Please limit your answer to one line!
Submit your answer by May 17, 2016.
10 artists will be chosen based on their answers.
The event is free, appetizers are on us, but you will have to pay for your own drinks and entrees!
About Hallie Ringle
Hallie Ringle is an Assistant Curator at The Studio Museum in Harlem. The season she curated Palatable: Food and Contemporary Art. Each season she organizes the Harlem Postcard exhibition and in 2015 Hallie also curated Salon Style and Concealed: Selections from the Permanent Collection at the Studio Museum. Prior to this she worked for the Center of the Art of Africa and its Diasporas in Austin, Texas. She has also worked as a Curatorial Associate at the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art in Charlotte, NC and Assistant to the Visual Resources Curator at Davidson College, NC. Hallie recently curated In and Out of Context at the Lower Eastside Print Workshop and Inherited as part of the 2015 BRIC Emerging Curator Fellowship. In 2013 she presented at the Conference on Africa and the African Disapora: Social Movements, Political Expression and Religion and contributed to the publication Toyin Falola @ 60. She is currently working on essay contribution in the forthcoming publication Shades of the Subaltern. She earned her MA in Contemporary African Art from the University of Texas at Austin and her BA with honors in Art History and History from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
About the Open A.I.R. Artist Services Program
Open A.I.R. draws on the Queens Museum’s resources, staff expertise, and networks to provide workshops and lectures that help artists grow their practice, advance their career, and develop sustainable lives as artists. Given the Museum’s commitment to socially-engaged art that crosses sectors, as well as attention to its role in neighboring communities, Open A.I.R. works to expand the notion of who is an artist and, moreover, utilizes a holistic view of how to support their potential to thrive and contribute to the cultural landscape of Queens and New York City more broadly. Tailored to artists in the outer boroughs, Open A.I.R. prioritizes the needs of artists of color, queer artists, and immigrant artists, facilitating conversations where art meets activism, and organizing experiences that bring together artists and non-artists.
Open A.I.R. is made possible by a generous grant from The Scherman Foundation’s Katharine S. and Axel G. Rosin Fund. Additional support provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
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