SUNY Ulster art prof a panelist on curating in NYC program

May 2004
Hudson Valley Business Journal;5/17/2004, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p27
Iain Machell, associate professor of art and program coordinator of visual arts at Ulster County Community College, participated on a panel of art exhibition curators on April 23, at Eugene Lang College of the New School University in New York City. The panel is part of the course "Looking Between the Lines" in the Arts in Context concentration at Lang College. The panel discussion explored a range of curatorial projects. Machell discussed "Close to Home" an exhibition he curated at West Virginia University while he was on the faculty there. The exhibition brought together artists and HIV-positive members of the community to generate collaborative art projects.


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