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Artists Talk On Art

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Artists Talk On Art (ATOA) is an historic artists organization founded in the early 1970s in SoHo to promote conversation among contemporary artists. It has presented weekly, bi weekly and/or monthly panels since its inception. The Smithsonian Archive of American Art recently agreed to house the cumulative audio and visual documents. Currently, due to Covid restricdtions, ATOA has reverted to presenting a weekly virtual open studio on Zoom and carried on a Youtube channel as well, where artists can present their work in an open forum of feedback and sharing. When feasible, ATOA will return to its physical location at 11 West 11th Street where it will reconnect to its live panel presentations in addition to livestreaming. At this time,the organization is launching a small fund raising effort mainly through email, but the need for a professional marketing approach is evident and we would love to work with anyone who is willing to come aboard and help this important part of NYC art history survive with their expertise.

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About Artists Talk On Art


PO BOX 1384, NEW YORK, NY 10113, US

Mission Statement

Artists Talk On Art (ATOA) is a critical forum for aesthetic opinions and best practices among artists and throughout the art community.


Founded in 1975, ATOAis the art world's longest running and most prolific panel discussion series. Over 6,000 artists and other art world members have been presented and doumentedin more than 1,400 events in New York City. The Archive of Amrican Art of the Smithsonian will be the eventual recipient of the entire archive of audio and visual materials.

Arts & Culture
Education & Literacy


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


  • Donor Management
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Merchandising




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