We are excited to be co-organizing tonight’s sold-out ArtsTech Meetup panel on the current state of art blogging.
We’ve assembled a diverse group representing today’s top New York-based art bloggers — ranging from the scrappy, indie blog to institutional and corporate sites. They’ll discuss the current landscape of contemporary art news and criticism online and the challenges and opportunities art bloggers face today.
Moderated by Hrag Vartanian, Hyperallergic‘s trusty (or at least we think so) co-founder and editor, the panel will feature:
- Paddy Johnson, founding editor of Art Fag City,
- Rebecca Stokes, Director of Digital Marketing Communications at The Museum of Modern Art and editor of the Museum’s INSIDE/OUT blog,
- Carolina Miranda, regular contributor to ArtsNews and WNYC, and not to mention longtime blogger at C-Monster.net, and
- Andrew Russeth, editor of The New York Observer’s GalleristNY site.
Tonight’s event will take place at Pivotal Labs near Manhattan’s Union Square starting at 7pm EST and (lucky you) it will be livestreamed at artstechmeetup.com.
We hope you tune in and tweet you reactions. The hashtag will be #artstech.
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