Artists Talk Series
The Artists Talk Series is offered to a global audience complementary by the Foundation.
The Artists Talk Series provides a platform for artists to share their career life experiences, highlight obstacles along their path, and to demonstrate how they were able to confront and overcome obstacles. Artists also frequently depict their latest work highlighting how the work came about and its meaning to them personally and to society overall. There is a moderated question & answer segment where the audience asks questions of artists directly. Typically, Artists Talk Series are recorded and loaded onto the Foundation’s YouTube channel.
In The News
The Foundation hosted Artists Talk #7: Critical Art Practice, Race, and the Law, live from Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh-based artist Harrison Kinnane Smith will build from his observations of racial inequality from his “Sed Valorem” work exhibited at the Mattress Factory Museum in 2021-2022 to discuss with New York based artist Dread Scott areas of systemic racism. Both artists will provide their points of view of working within systems to affect change all while being aware of the continuing deleterious impact of systemic racism on the marginalized. Artists Talk #7 will be moderated by Los Angeles based artist Adam Davis.