Join NURTUREart’s Artist Registry to submit work for the 2010 NURTUREart Benefit at Ziehersmith Gallery and have your work viewed by prominent art world figures Dan Cameron, Ceci Moss, Jane Panetta, and Krista Saunders.
NURTUREart helps emerging artists and curators gain exposure in the field through initiatives such as the Emerging Curators Program and Artist Registry. At least 50% of artists shown in NURTUREart exhibitions are selected from the organization’s newly redesigned registry that allows users to curate their own virtual shows by saving their favorite artwork to personal profiles. Curators can also participate by uploading current shows and projects, and use the registry as a tool to search for new art.
All work submitted for the 2010 benefit will be drawn from the Artist Registry and reviewed by a panel of notable guest curators, including:
- Dan Cameron, former Senior Curator at the New Museum of Contemporary Art and Founder and Artistic Director of U.S. Biennial, Inc., a non-for-profit that produces Prospect New Orleans, the largest biennial of international contemporary art in the United States.
- Ceci Moss, Senior Editor at Rhizome and former manager of Special Projects at the New Museum of Contemporary Art.
- Jane Panetta is a teaching fellow at the Whitney Museum of American Art. She was a Curatorial Assistant in the Department of Painting and Sculpture at MoMA, where she most recently worked on the 2007 Richard Serra retrospective and co-organized the James Ensor exhibition in 2009.
- Krista Saunders, independent curator based in Brooklyn, NY. Saunders has worked for the ICA in Philadelphia, the Queens Museum of Art, the Whitney, and the New Museum.
The curators will select pieces to be donated for exhibition and sale at the benefit. All proceeds will go to fund essential NURTUREart programming for the coming season. This year’s benefit will take place on October 12th, and all submissions must be in by midnight, Friday, September 3rd.
Join and Submit
To join the Artist Registry click here.
To submit work to the 2010 NURTUREart Benefit click here.
To learn more about the 2010 Annual Benefit Artist Submission, including submission requirements and deadlines, click here.
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