Juanita and Mel Hardy of Millennium Arts Salon, which sponsored the exhibition “In Unison – 20 Washington, DC Artists” at The Kreeger Museum, along with Judy A. Greenberg, director of The Kreeger Museum.
A LIVELY AND interesting panel discussion was presented at the Kreeger Museum (www.kreegermuseum.org) last night, February 24, by The Art Dealers Association of Greater Washington, in partnership with The Kreeger. The topic “The Dynamics of the DC Art Scene” focused the discussion on how art dealers, collectors, curators and museum directors interact to support visual arts in the D.C. area.
THE STELLAR array of panelists included Juliette Bethea, collector; Dr. Johnnetta Cole, director of the National Museum of African Art; Judy A. Greenberg, director of The Kreeger Museum; Giselle Huberman, collector; Jack Rasmussen, director and curator of the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center; and moderator Bill Dunlap, artist and art critic.
Dr. Johnnetta Cole, director of the National Museum of African Art, and artist Joyce Wellman
PRIOR TO the panel discussion, guests also had the opportunity to view “In Unison: 20 Washington, DC Artists,” the culmination of a project initiated by renowned artist Sam Gilliam. The exhibition, which runs through February 26, consists of work by 20 artists from the DC community.
Susan Calloway of Susan Calloway Fine Arts and Jack Rasmussen, curator and director, American University Museum at the Katzen Center
Angela Goerner of Hamiltonian Artists, Susan Rosenbaum of The Abramowitz Project, and Stacie Kirby of the Greater Reston Arts Center.
Artist Rory Anderson and Dr. Erich Keel, Head of Education at The Kreeger Museum