TransCultural Exchange’s Conference on International Opportunities in the Arts: The Interconnected World
TransCultural Exchange’s Conference on International Opportunities in the Arts: The Interconnected World. From April 7-10, 2011, artists (of all disciplines and career levels), teachers, residency directors, curators, collectors, arts administrators and critics will converge on the city to attend programs focused on opportunities for artists throughout the world.
The Conference is internationally known as the only forum of its kind for networking, showcasing, supporting and promoting artists. More than 70 representatives from around the world will be on hand to present their programs and provide networking opportunities for artists to interact with their international peers.
The 2011 Conference will be TransCultural Exchange’s largest yet, with an additional day of workshops and sessions, networking events, off-site activities, screenings, talks, tours, international presentations (now integrated into topic-focused panels), expanded portfolio review/mentoring sessions and a new exhibitors’ hall (showcasing the latest products, additional residency programs and opportunities).
Experience Boston’s cultural offerings with tours of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, The Institute of Contemporary Art, MIT’s Art, Culture and Technology Program and the Boston Public Library. Attend events, concerts, readings, exhibits and talks by leading arts researchers at such institutions as MIT, the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Northeastern University, Boston University and Harvard University.