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Sustainability and the Arts: Museums and Public Institution Practices

Produced in partnership with AAMC, this panel discusses the art world’s efforts towards sustainable and climate-conscious modes of working
By TEFAF Editors  May 10, 2022
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TEFAF Talks are interactive panel discussions presented in collaboration with TEFAF’s partners to share knowledge and expertise.

Continuing the theme of Sustainability and Revitalization at their 2022 Art Curators Conference, the Association of Art Museum Curators (AAMC) will advance a discussion about the art world’s efforts towards sustainable and climate impact conscious modes of working. Bringing together experts to present their efforts, offer possible opportunities and ideas, and create a think tank with the audience’s engagement, we hope the session will move us closer towards a better future.

This program is organized by the AAMC, and was created by Judith Pineiro, Executive Director, AAMC & AAMC Foundation, and Lucy Lydon, Director, Luce Productions.

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Brooke Kamin Rapaport, Madison Square Park Conservancy
Pauline Willis, American Federation of Arts
Sofía S. Reeser del Rio, The Clemente
Eileen Jeng Lynch, Wave Hill

Moderated by Elizabeth Smith, Helen Frankenthaler Foundation


This TEFAF Talk in partnership with AAMC was part of TEFAF New York 2022’s programming and recorded live on May 9, 2022.

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