Etched in Memory: Legacy Planning for Artists
Alexander Library (SCC), Rutgers University
169 College Ave
New Brunswick, NJ
Institute for Women and Art
“Etched in Memory: Legacy Planning for Artists” is a one-day symposium and web resource designed to assist artists in preparing for and protecting their professional legacy through sound planning and archival practices. Aimed at New Jersey visual artists working in all media, the program will be of interest to all artists faced with the issue of building and maintaining their artistic reputations and creative output. Artists can assist their surviving partners, family and friends with decisions on financial issues and estates, as well as the disposition of their personal papers, business records and artwork. The one-day symposium will be held in the Scholarly Communication Center (SCC) at Alexander Library on the College Avenue Campus of Rutgers in New Brunswick, on Friday, March 20, 2009. Registration for the daylong symposium is free. There is a $15 charge for hospitality and a box lunch to be served during the moderated lunchtime discussions.
Head, Special Collections and University Archives, Rutgers University Libraries
Artist, founding director of the Hatch-Billops Collection of Black Cultural Arts, New York
Judith K. Brodsky
Director, Institute for Women and Art at Rutgers; Founding Director, The Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers
Dr. Doris Friedensohn
Professor Emeritus, New Jersey City University, widow of New Jersey artist Eli Friedensohn
Richard Greenberg Esq.
New Jersey Trusts and Estates Attorney, Greenberg & Schulman, Woodbridge, NJ.
Dr. Joan M. Marter
Executor of the Dorothy Dehner estate, and president of the Dehner Foundation for the Visual Arts, trustee of the Ora Lerman Charitable Trust and Soaring Gardens Artists’ Retreat; co-editor of Woman’s Art Journal, Professor of Art History, Rutgers
Dr. Ferris Olin
Director, Institute for Women and Art at Rutgers; Curator of the Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series; Founding Head, Margery Somers Foster Center, Rutgers University Libraries.
Project Manager, Women Artists Archives National Directory (WAAND), Institute for Women and Art at Rutgers
Artist, author and illustrator; Professor of Art, University of California, San Diego; founder of the Anyone Can Fly Foundation
Author, “Artists’ Estates: Reputations in Trust”
Artist Support Director, Joan Mitchell Foundation, New York, NY
Helen M. Stummer
New Jersey artist, photographer, and visual sociologist
Marilyn F. Symmes
Director of the Morse Research Center for Graphic Arts, the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers
LUNCHTIME DISCUSSION FACILITATORS
Tracey I. Batt, Esq.
Executive Director, New Jersey Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, Inc.
New Jersey-based art appraiser
President and Director of the Margaret Lefranc Art Foundation, Santa Fe, New Mexico
The Institute for Women and Art welcomes all visitors with disabilities. Please contact the IWA for further details and information regarding accommodation of specific needs at: womenart.rutgers.edu or 732-932-3726.
Documentation for this event is housed in The Feminist Art Project archives at Rutgers University.