Rachel will be speaking about “the Intersection of Art, Money, and Politics” at the LMCC’s upcoming Access Restricted panel on Wednesday April 11th at 7pm.
Event Description: The intersection of Broad and Wall, where Federal Hall sits across from the New York Stock Exchange, serves as a physical representation of the proximity of money and politics throughout the history of Lower Manhattan. This discussion will explore the complicated and often fraught relationship between art, money and politics, the semiotics of dissent and how this is represented in the current moment.
Click here for more info or to RSVP!
Jan Cohen-Cruz (Professor; Director, Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public Life)
Randy Martin (Chair, Art and Public Policy at NYU)
Morgan Jenness (Creative Consultant, Abrams Artists Agency)
Hope to see you there.