Posts Tagged: legacy

CALL/VoCA Talk: A Panel Discussion with Legacy Specialists, 2019

This week’s contributing author, Allison Spangler, is a Master of Arts student in the Museum Studies Program at New York University. Her current research involves museum programs that center around the inclusion of the living artist’s voice as an integral component to collection stewardship, documentation, and archiving. The discussion that unfolded on December 6, 2019… Read more »

Preserving the Artist’s Voice: Looking Back on Five Years of CALL/VoCA Talks

Earlier this fall, we announced the 2019 line-up of CALL/VoCA Talks, a series of free, public artist talks exploring topics relating to artistic legacy and the long-term preservation of creative work. This year marks the fifth year of this series, an outgrowth of the Joan Mitchell Foundation’s Creating a Living Legacy (CALL) initiative, presented in… Read more »

“Keeping the Legacy Alive”: Reflections on the 2016 Institute for Artists’ Estates Conference

VoCA NYC

This week’s contributing blogger, Aurica Kastner, just moved to Berlin from New York where she most recently worked in the Development Department of the American Academy in Rome. She received her MA in Curating at the Courtauld Insitute of Art in 2010 and is currently assisting with the exhibitions program at the project space Centrum… Read more »