Insight? Outta Site!

 Insight? Outta Site!

Nashville Cultural Arts Project (NCAP) is pleased
to announce our first 2013 Insight? Outta Site!
lecture,  part of a series of participatory potluck
forums designed to ignite creativity and discussion
about contemporary art and social engagement.

Jan. 29, 6:7:30pm: Stuart Horodner at Parnassus Books

*This is a potluck event. Please bring a dish/drink/question to share!
Food/drinks 6 – 6:30 pm. Talk 6:30 -7:30 pm. Join us for either or both!

Stuart Horodner is Artistic Director of the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center. For the Insight? Outta Site! talk Horodner will answer questions about both his work and his book, The Art Life: On Creativity and Career, which will be available for purchase at Parnassus.

Before his position at ACAC, Horodner was the visual arts curator at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Portland, OR (2001-2004); director of the Bucknell University Art Gallery, Lewisburg, PA (1998-2001); and co-owner of the Horodner Romley Gallery, New York, NY (1992-1996). He founded and co-directed the Affair at the Jupiter Hotel, an annual art fair in Portland (2004-2007).

Horodner has contributed to journals and magazines, including Art Issues, Art Lies, Art on Paper, Bomb, Dazed & Confused, Sculpture and Surface. He has served in an advisory capacity to organizations including Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue, Creative Capital, Hallie Ford Family Foundation and The MacDowell Colony. He received his BFA from The Cooper Union, New York, NY, and his MFA from the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.


Artist and writer Sharon Butler maintains the award-winning art blog Two Coats of Paint and is a contributing writer at The Brooklyn Rail. She has received numerous grants, awards and residencies, including a Pollock Krasner Foundation grant. Butler has upcoming exhibitions at Pocket Utopia in New York, NY, Real Art Ways in Hartford, CT and Season in Seattle, WA.  A professor of art at Eastern Connecticut State University, Butler is currently on a leave of absence to pursue other projects. She divides her time between New York City and Washington, DC. In addition to the Insight? Outta Site! talk she will be available to do studio visits with Nashville artists, information forthcoming.
Bill Carroll has been involved in the New York art world for over twenty five years.  He has been Director of both the Charles Cowles and Elizabeth Harris Galleries. In the non-profit world, he has worked at the Dia Art Foundation, the Brooklyn Museum and the Nancy Graves Foundation. He is currently Director of the Studio Program of The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts.  Carroll has lectured extensively and taught numerous professional practices courses.  This year marked his third solo show with Elizabeth Harris Gallery. Carroll holds a BFA from Pratt Institute and a MFA from Queens College C.U.N.Y.
Rehema Barber, originally from Chicago, is a curator, arts administrator and adjunct/part-time faculty member at the University of Memphis and the Memphis College of Art. She moved to Memphis in 2008 to serve as the Executive Director of the contemporary arts space, Power House Memphis. Prior to her arrival in Memphis, Barber was responsible for maintaining a collection of over 7,000 objects and curating exhibitions at the Amistad Center at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art. She has worked in various positions at organizations including the Saint Louis Public School System, the Saint Louis Art Museum, and the Chicago History Museum. Barber holds a B.A. from Roosevelt University, an M.A. from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and a certificate in Elementary and Secondary Art Education from the University of Missouri, Saint Louis.

Ryder Richards holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts  from Texas Tech University with a minor in architecture. He earned a Master of Fine Arts from Texas Christian University. Ryder has studied art throughout the United States and in Italy, Spain, and Germany. After opening and running two alternative art venues in Lubbock, Texas in 2009 Richards became the Gallery Coordinator for Richland College in Dallas, Texas. The gallery has received regional press attention as an experimental arts venue providing space for burgeoning artists exploring non-commercial concepts. Richards is co-founder of the RYDER JON PIOTRS NOMADIC GALLERY, a traveling art gallery in the form of a 24′ Ryder moving truck, and CULTURE LABORATORY, a collective of 12 American artists spread across the U.S. interested in the exchange of ideas and the social development of art in the 21st century. Both collaborations have spurred creative, social programming leading to Richards more recent conversations with TRUST ART in Brooklyn, NY and membership with THE ART FOUNDATION in Dallas

 Insight? Outta Site!

 Playing on the success of NCAP’s Outta Site! series, which brought internationally prominent artists, architects, and urban planners to Nashville, Insight? Outta Site! redefines the traditional lecture model. Rather than bring in speakers to simply give a speech and leave, Insight? Outta Site! facilitates interaction between invited speakers and the local community. We thank MNAC and TAC for their financial support.

Insight? Outta Site!

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