Put forth by UNESCO, artists around the world engage with the “ResiliArt” movement to demonstrate how “confinement can also be a period of openness to others and to culture, to strengthen the links between artistic creation and society.” The movement remains strong despite the uncertainty and loss that many art institutions are currently facing.
Similar to the experiences of many other businesses, art galleries and exhibits must take on new forms in our new world. Just as we have seen many innovative businesses take control of the situation by enhancing their digital presence, we will learn how artists and exhibit curators are innovating to continue their businesses.
In imagining the way to captivate the social, cultural, and financial sectors of art, artists and entrepreneurs alike must reproduce the resilience of their work in the business’s reconstruction in the new normal. Join us as we share in the experience of hearing from Lenore Miller, Director of University Art Galleries and Chief Curator at the George Washington University.
Speaker: Lenore Miller
Lenore D. Miller: Director of University Art Galleries and Chief Curator
The George Washington University
Associate Professorial Lecturer in Art
MFA in Printmaking and BA in art history/fine arts
Moderated by Dr. Ayman El Tarabishy Executive Director of the International Council for Small Business and Deputy Chair of the Department of Management for GWSB