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Episode 52: Extending Opportunities Beyond the Fair - Establishing Art Fair Prizes

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27 December 2022

27 December 2022

Join us in conversation with the esteemed representatives of selected Premier Prize Partners of Untitled Art this year: Alice Gray Stites, Chief Curator for the 21c Museum Hotels; Jackie Herbst, Coordinator and Art Manager of CCA Andratx; and Derrick Adams, Founder of the Last Resort Artist Retreat. Moderated by Sarah Arison, President of the Arison Arts Foundation and Chair of the Board of YoungArts. This dynamic panel discussion aims to shed light on the importance of generating support for exhibitors, artists, and the larger art ecosystem beyond the traditional fair model, and will discuss each of the panelist's individual missions and visions.

About Sarah Arison, Moderator

Born and raised in Miami, Arison is President of the Arison Arts Foundation, a private grant-making organization that supports emerging artists and the institutions that foster them. She was immersed in the arts from a young age by her grandparents, visionary philanthropists Ted and Lin Arison, who founded Arison Arts Foundation, YoungArts, and the New World Symphony, among their many philanthropic endeavors. Arison is active across a broad cross-section of national arts organizations. She is Chair of the Board of YoungArts, where she has developed strategic partnerships with the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA, Jacob’s Pillow, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Sundance Film Festival and more to provide aspiring talent with presentation and mentorship opportunities. Arison is also the Chair of the board of MoMA PS1; a trustee of MoMA; Board President of American Ballet Theatre; a trustee of Lincoln Center; a trustee of the Brooklyn Museum and Chair of the Education Committee; a trustee at New World Symphony; a member of the Board of Directors of Americans for the Arts; and a trustee of the Americas Foundation of the Serpentine Galleries. Arison has also ventured into film producing, supporting projects that shed light on lesser known aspects of the arts. In 2015, she produced her first feature film, Desert Dancer, starring Freida Pinto. She later went on to co-produce The First Monday in May, a documentary film chronicling the creation of The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute blockbuster exhibition China: Through the Looking Glass. She co-produced The Price of Everything which was acquired by HBO and she most recently served as an executive producer for the film Aggie, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.

Untitled Art's 2022 Exhibitor Prizes are:

The Nest Prize by Vortic
21c Museum Hotels Acquisition Prize
Colección Solo Acquisition Prize
CCA Andratx Artist-in-Residence Prize
Fountainhead Arts Residency Prize
The Last Resort Artist Retreat Residency Prize
The Pébéo Production Prize

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