“Throughout the conversation, the speakers dispelled the myth of art administration being glamorous and aesthetic-driven frivolity. Rather, the founders of Hyperallergic are motivated by something more meaningful—social justice, freedom of expression, and nurturing an arts ecosystem that appeals to the average citizen.”
The ARAD program was recently featured on the Arts and Humanities website for the first Distinguished Speaker Series of the academic year. This talk, planned and facilitated by 2nd year ARAD student Meghana Karnik, featured Veken Gueyikian and Hrag Vartanian of Hyperallergic, an online arts publisher.
For the original post, please check out the Teachers College Arts and Humanities blog here.