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AMT Undergrad Festival Exhibition 2013 and Editions Showcase – Info Sessions: April 4th & 8th

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We are pleased to announce the call for submissions for the AMT Undergraduate Festival Exhibition, as well as a showcase of limited edition works. AMT will host a curated exhibition in the Kellen Gallery, located at 2 West 13th Street, from May 9th to May 24th, and then showcase selected limited edition works through a pop up shop from May 20th to May 24th.

These two opportunities are a chance for our school to communicate to the public, friends and neighbors and our own community just some of the relevant and current issues and ideas that our graduating students are addressing through art and design. We welcome Amanda Parmer as our guest curator who will work with faculty across all AMT undergraduate programs to select the topics and work that will represent the school in this inaugural exhibition and showcase. All AMT 2013 graduating BFA and AAS students are encouraged to apply for these curated opportunities through the link below.

Please join one of the following info sessions in order to meet the curator, Amanda Parmer, and find out more about the submission process and requirements, as well as the curatorial vision for the exhibition and showcase. It is highly recommended that you attend.

April 4th –  25 E. 13th st., 4th floor, Room 404 – 9am

April 4th –  6 East 16th Street, 12th floor, Room 1200 – 3pm

April 8th –  65 West 11th Street, Wollman Hall, Eugene Lang Building, 5th floor – 9am


Click here to access the application 

Deadline for Submission: April 15th


Amanda Parmer is a New York based artist, curator  and contributing writer for Art in America, Art & Education, and Bomblog. She previously managed the Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program in New York.

In 2012 she organized the 2012 Open Forum Panel Discussions for the New York Armory and Volta Shows. Some of the fifty seven panelists
included: Bjork, Mark Beasley, Eva Diaz, Jacob Fabricius, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Theaster Gates, Ragnar Kjartansson, Karen Kurczynski, Linda Nochlin, Sarah K. Rich and Sharon Zukin.

Her 2011 exhibition F is for Fake: The construction of femaleness by the US media at Cleopatra’s Brooklyn and Berlin included screenings, talks, reading groups and installations from: Becca Albee, Judith Barry, Joan Braderman, Emma Hedditch with Laura Mulvey, Jen Kennedy and Liz Linden, Paper Tiger Television, Elayne Rapping, and Martha Rosler.

In collaboration with Anik Fournier, Michelle Lim and Robert Wuilfe she co-curated the exhibition Undercurrents: Experimental Ecosystems in Recent Art along the West Side of Manhattan in addition to co-editing the accompanying catalog. Participating artists included:Gina Badger, Amy Balkin, Rachel Berwick, Matthew Buckingham, ecoarttech, Pablo Helguera, Alfredo Jaar, Tatsuo Miyajima and the Peace Shadow Project Team, Lize Mogel, Andrea Polli, Emily Roysdon, spurse and Apichatpong Weerasethakul.


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