Adjunct Faculty member at New York University (starting Fall 2023), Steinhardt School of Education. Additionally, I am a Visiting Core Critic in Lyle Ashton Harris' Performance and Photography Course at NYU, while also critiquing and advising Undergraduate and Graduate students regarding research, project development, and final reviews.
My teaching also extends to Sotheby's Institute in New York City where I am an Adjunct Summer Faculty teaching Contemporary Art, Marketing, PR, and Communications through a journalists perspective and I have taught Continuing Education for the New York School of Interior Design.
Under this headline, will be images from talks, lectures and student critiques.
Marketing for the Art World: This course will explore the specialized marketing and public relations tactics needed for the art world, including strategies for social media and digital tools to engage customers and clients for artists, galleries, auction houses, museums, and art fairs.
Tyler Mitchell was a guest in Lyle Ashton Harris' performance class at NYU in which I am a frequent collaborator. After watching some of the students' presentations, he was impressed and invited several of the students to screen their work to a larger audience, all through a streaming platform. After the screening, Lyle and I participated in a dialogue with Tyler and the students.
I asked the students to read all of the negative press on the Vessel and provided links to various articles. We then experienced it as a group which allowed them to consider participation and experience versus press, and what that means. They arrived at their own conclusions as to whether or not the work is 'successful' and how they would have changed the marketing strategies.