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27th Annual American Art Conference

27th Annual American Art Conference

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122 E 66th Street

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27th Annual American Art Conference- Cut, Cast, Carved and Coupled: Perspectives in Women in American Art

Formal sessions take place at the Cosmopolitan Club in New York City

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Registration is $350. One Day Rates Available - Please call for more information. Museum professionals and educators’ rate (with ID): $160, student rate: (with ID): $100

Cut, Cast, Carved and Coupled, Initiatives in Art and Culture’s 27th Annual American Art Conference to take place in New York City during November, 2022, will continue our exploration of women in American Art—as artists, teachers, patrons, gallerists, scholars, curators, and subjects.

We will focus on those historically overlooked and underrepresented who often worked in media and with techniques traditionally viewed as “feminine,” some having achieved significant recognition during their day, recognition which may subsequently have been lost.

By way of “cut,” we’ll consider works on (or of) paper, textiles, and photography, and those“cut from the same cloth” by virtue of their makers’ shared pursuits or perspectives. In “cast,” we’ll explore works created from molten metal, plastic, rubber, and fiberglass and, using cast as a noun, consider artists, sitters, and patrons, who have roles in given works or commissions. In “carved,” we’ll explore works in stone, glass, ceramic, and wood, including frames and jewels. Last, in “coupled,” we will look at relationships, whether among the artists themselves or among artists, dealers, collectors, and museums.

Through talks, panel discussions, private gallery visits, and other viewing opportunities, we look beyond the confines of the canon and the standard catalogue search, beyond the grand landscape and academic traditionalism. Exploring strategies women employed to be able to pursue their work and the vocabulary with which they challenged the dominant history of the 20th-century, we discover or perhaps re-discover, those who by virtue of sex are too often unrecognized and underappreciated .

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