Catherine Edelman discusses curating art for public spaces in a city and current trends in public art with Nathan Mason, Curator of Exhibits and Public Art for the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events.
Catherine Edelman discusses the role of a Director at a University Gallery, how the Gage Gallery was founded and what it means for a gallery to focus specifically on documentary photography with Michael Ensdorf, Founder and Director at Gage Gallery, Roosevelt University.
Catherine Edelman discusses the role of an Executive Director, curating exhibitions, current trends in photography, and how the Museum of Contemporary Photography has changed in the last decade with Natasha Egan, Executive Director at Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago.
Catherine Edelman discusses the role of a museum director, the overlap and differences between a museum curator and director and politics of the business with Wally Mason, Director and Chief Curator at the Sheldon Museum of Art.
Catherine Edelman discusses the role of an assistant curator, current art trends in Chicago and the politics of a museum affiliated with a university with Gregory Harris, Assistant Curator at the DePaul Art Museum.
Catherine Edelman discusses the role of a curator, current trends in photography, politics of the business and life in Cleveland with Barbara Tannenbaum, Curator of Photography at the Cleveland Museum of Art.