Posts Tagged: Margaret Graham

An Interview with a “Powerful Mujer”

A photograph of two women seated in front of an audience

This week’s contributing writer, Dr. Ruth del Fresno-Guillem, is a contemporary art conservator in private practice who primarily works for private collections with emerging artists.   There is nothing like the uncertainty and the rush of excitement one feels when facing a project like interviewing an artist. From my experience, facing a new interview is… Read more »

A Letter from VoCA Board President Jill Sterrett

A photograph of Jill Sterrett and Leslie Dill

Dear friends, I hope this finds you, your family, and friends well. When COVID-19 hit in March, many of us imagined we would be on our way to something more recognizable by August. Instead, if anything has become routine it is leaning into the uncertainty that lies ahead. Historians remind us that, throughout the course of… 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 »