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Melissa Levin Visiting Artist Lecture

 

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Melissa Levin joined the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) in 2005 and is currently the director of cultural programs overseeing LMCC’s artist residencies and public programming. LMCC takes an innovative and holistic approach to supporting artists, in all disciplines and at all career stages, and specifically makes space for artistic process in New York City by offering programs with robust and necessary resources that respond to both artists’ changing needs and the evolution of some of our city’s most important locations. Previously, Melissa Levin has worked at Artforum International Magazine, Andrea Rosen Gallery, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. She has participated in panels at Baruch College, Dumbo Arts Center, Lower East Side Print Shop, Center for Book Arts, and Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts; and lectured at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, New York University, Parsons: The New School for Design, and the Cleveland Institute of Art. Levin is also an independent curator and writer and has curated exhibitions at MoMA PS1, Cuchifritos Gallery, ISE Cultural Foundation, Andrea Rosen Gallery, LMCC, and Taylor De Cordoba Gallery, Los Angeles. Melissa Levin received her BA with honors in visual art and art history from Barnard College in New York.

This lecture is sponsored by the printmaking area in the Department of Art.

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