Tag: heather zises

THE BUSINESS OF ART: INTERVIEW WITH AMY KISCH + HEATHER ZISES

Thanks to Pregame Magazine for publishing a joint interview with me and Amy Kisch on The Business of Art this month! Amy Kisch and Heather Zises are the art editors of Pregame Magazine. As experts, curators, and advocates, they help artists navigate the art world and support emerging talent…to read full interview, click HERE. 

Open Call: Group Exhibition at The Cluster Gallery in Brooklyn

CALLING ALL ARTISTS! Brooklyn Art Cluster / The Cluster Gallery is inviting artists of all medias to submit to a thematic group show for September. The exhibition title is Reflective Pool and will be curated by READart’s Heather Zises. Application deadline is August 8, 2017. For more information and to apply, please click HERE.  ABOUT THE […]

How College Students are Fighting Campus Rape with Art, Humor, and the Guerrilla Gurls

  This article is a cross-post promotion written by Katrina Majkut for Bust.com. It was originally posted on May 31, 2016.  All images via Guerrilla Girls and Guerrilla Girls Broadband. “Art can seem like an unlikely effective activist strategy in places like colleges that can be bogged down by bureaucracy. Though art curator, Heather Zises […]

SUBVERSIONARY MISSES: GUEST CURATOR FEATURE ON VERNI

This fall, READart’s Heather Zises was invited to be the first Guest Curator on artist social media platform Verni. Guest Curators select three artists and explain their impact in today’s society. Heather’s curatorial theme for Verni’s new feature is “Subversionary Misses”. This theme has an intentional double meaning. “Subversionary Misses” refers to female artists who are making art (in any media) […]

RANY Collaboration with CultureHorde and AKArt during Frieze NY 2014

    A beautiful thank you to Amy Kisch, Founder and CEO of AKArt for inviting RANY to join forces with her curatorial team and CultureHorde at the vernissage of Frieze NY 2014! We enjoyed leading collector groups around the third edition of the fair and visiting a wide range of galleries (which were selected by AKArt). […]