Open Engagement Open House: The Image and Social Change
|Date||May 11, 2018|
Join the International Center of Photography for a panel discussion that considers radical curatorial methodologies, approaches that recognize young people as cultural producers, and image-based work that sits at the intersection of art and activism. We’ll use past and upcoming ICP exhibitions as a starting point for conversation, drawing on learned experiences from curators, youth educators, and arts administrators on ICP’s team.
Ariana Allensworth (Moderator)
Kalia Brooks is a New York-based independent curator and adjunct professor in the department of Photography and Imaging at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.
Marina Chao is assistant curator at ICP. Prior to joining the Exhibitions department in 2012, Marina was curatorial assistant in the department of Photography at the Museum of Modern Art.
Joanna Lehan is an editor, writer, and curator who co-organized three of ICP’s Triennial exhibitions alongside Squiers: Strangers (2003) Ecotopia (2006), and A Different Kind of Order (2013). She teaches in the ICP-Bard MFA program.
Quito Ziegler is an artist who has organized a wide range of exhibitions and collaborative projects and is a graduate of the ICP-Bard MFA program.
Ariana Allensworth is the Teen Academy manager at ICP. Her background in social work, education, and arts organizing grounds her work with youth, artists, activists, and many other communities. She is a core member of the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project.