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Saturday, April 15, 11am–12pm
Please join us for a guided tour of Art for the Future: Artists Call and Central American Solidarities by exhibition co-curator Abigail Satinsky. The exhibition focuses on the seminal 1980s activist campaign, Artists Call Against US Intervention in Central America. The exhibition highlights Artists Call’s history through a selection of activities and works from the 31 exhibitions and over 1,100 artists who participated in New York City and references Artists Call’s legacy today in new forms of inter-American solidarity networks and visual alliances. This exhibition is organized by Tufts University Art Galleries (TUAG) and curated by Erina Duganne, Associate Professor of Art History, Texas State University and Abigail Satinsky, TUAG Curator & Head of Public Engagement.
Abigail Satinsky is the Curator & Head of Public Engagement at Tufts University Art Galleries, where she has organized exhibitions & public projects with Sofía Córdova, Museum of Capitalism, Faheem Majeed, Press Press, Erin Genia, Josh MacPhee, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, and others. She is also the Program Director for the Collective Futures Fund, which supports artist-run projects in Greater Boston through the Regional Regranting program of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Before coming to Tufts, she curated and collaborated on numerous projects in public space, artist-run galleries, and non-profit organizations, including directing residency, exhibitions and granting programs at Threewalls in Chicago and cofounding Hand in Glove, a national conference for artist-run culture. She was part of the artist research group InCUBATE and founded Sunday Soup, a micro-granting project which initiated 65 chapters internationally.