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Weekly Events List: November 13–17

Weekly Events List: November 13–17

Openings at Latela Curatorial, Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, Takoma Park Community Center, Arlington Arts Center, Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery, Touchstone Gallery, BlackRock Center for the Arts, Portico Gallery, and Athenaeum Gallery + Artist Talks at Harmony Hall Arts Center and Arlington Arts Center + Open Studios at STABLE and 52 O Street Studios + Events at Columbia Pike Artist Studios and Torpedo Factory Art Center + Workshops at The Fridge and Talks at Arlington Arts Center and Katzen Arts Center. Read More
ECA News Briefs
International Arts & Artists and NYC American Folk Art Museum Announce New Partnership and Three Traveling Exhibitions

International Arts & Artists and NYC American Folk Art Museum Announce New Partnership and Three Traveling Exhibitions

International Arts & Artists (IA&A) is pleased to announce a new partnership with the American Folk Art Museum, New York, in celebration of the museum’s upcoming 60th Anniversary year in 2021. Drawing from the museum’s extensive collection, three exhibitions will be on tour throughout North America from 2021 to 2024.

“We are pleased to partner with International Arts & Artists,” says Director of American Folk Art Museum, Jason T. Busch. “As we celebrate our 30th anniversary at Lincoln Square in Manhattan and approach our 60th Anniversary as a museum, we want to create opportunities for new audiences to experience the impact of self-taught art across time and place. Through this new partnership with IA&A, the American Folk Art Museum will expand awareness of the museum and our outstanding collection.”

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ECA News Briefs
National Gallery of Art Announces Two New Executive Officers

National Gallery of Art Announces Two New Executive Officers

The National Gallery of Art, Washington, has announced the appointment of two new executive officers. Elisa B. Glazer, currently chief advancement officer at the Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, has been appointed external affairs and audience engagement officer. Kate Haw, the director of the Archives of American Art, will become the collections, exhibitions, and programs officer. Both will assume these duties in early 2020. Glazer and Haw will fill new executive officer positions in an organizational framework created by Gallery director Kaywin Feldman to support strategic planning and new programs and initiatives with an enhanced focus on public service. In 2020 the Gallery will launch a major visitor survey as well as work with AEA Consulting and Pentagram on strategic planning and brand evaluation, respectively.

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ECA News Briefs
Richard W. James to receive the James Renwick Alliance 2019 Chrysalis Award

Richard W. James to receive the James Renwick Alliance 2019 Chrysalis Award

The James Renwick Alliance announces Texas-based artist Richard W. James as the 2019 winner of its Chrysalis Award for his work in mixed media. The prize constitutes an unrestricted $5,000 award.

The Chrysalis Award was established in 2016 to encourage and support an emerging American craft artist who demonstrates excellence and a commitment to artistic innovation but who does not have major gallery representation.

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