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|Event Date (YYYY-MM-DD)||Event Name||Participants: Last, First (role);|
|1999-10-22||"The Unofficial Mayor of Soho," dealer Ivan Karp in dialogue with sculptor Muriel Castanis||Ivan Karp (Art Dealer); Muriel Castanis (Sculptor)|
|1999-10-29||Bi-coastal dealer Molly Barnes interviews the redoubtable Geoffrey Holder. The artist discusses art.||Molly Barnes (Art Dealer/Interviewer); Geoffrey Holder (Artist/Interviewee)|
|1999-11-05||Multi-media versus the traditional arts.||Alfred Martinez (Moderator/Multimedia Painter and Professor, University of Connecticut); Jaroslav Andel (Panelist/European Photography and Film Historian); Erik Landsberg (Panelist/Photographer); Nancy E. Wynn (Panelist/Digital Imaging, Hartford Art School); Richard Pitts (Panelist/Professor Fashion Institute of Technology); Alfred Martinez (Organizer)|
|1999-11-12||Impossible landscapes of the mind||Masson (Artist); Ossorio (Artist); Seliger (Artist); Sage (Artist); Nat Herz (Photographer); Amy Ernst (Moderator/Artist and Arts Administrator/Organizer); Dr. Barbara Blooming (Panelist from Hirschl & Adler/Director, Department of American and European Modern Art); Barbara Singer (Panelist from Hirschl & Adler/Photographer); Deborah G. Weider (Panelist from Hirschl & Adler/Associate, Department of American Art)|
|1999-11-19||MoMA meets the millennium||George A. Rada (Moderator/Artist/Lecturer/Art Consultant/Organizer); John Elderfield (Panelists from MoMA/Chief Curator at Large); Maria de Carmen Gonzalez (Panelists from MoMA/Department of Education); Peter Reed (Panelists from MoMA/Curator, Department of Architecture and Design); Maria Fernanda Cardoso (Panelists from MoMA/Artist Commissioned by MoMA); Michael Craig-Martin (Panelists from MoMA/Artist Commissioned by MoMA)|
|1999-12-03||ATOA's Director Donna Marxer interviews New Yorker critic and author Calvin Tomkins about his long and varied career as an observer of the American scene and its arts and life||Donna Marxer (ATOA Director/Interviewer); Calvin Tomkins (Critic, New Yorker/Author)|
|1999-12-10||Vernita N'Cognita (aka Nemec), ATOA's former director who now leads Viridian Artists, Inc. will explore Peter Plagens's career in variegated colors: artist, art critic at Newsweek and novelist - and how he manages to handle it all||Vernita N'Cognita (ATOA's Former Director/Leader, Viridian Artists, Inc.); Peter Plagens (Artist/Art Critic, Newsweek/Novelist)|
|1999-12-17||"The Artist as Activist, Part II" A second look at why artists are uniquely predisposed to being activists||Adrienne Redd (Moderator/Philadelphia-based Art Critic/Sociologist/Lecturer); Brian Kantorek (Co-Coordinater); Panelists to be announced|
|1999-01-21||Join Artists Talk On Art to toast its 25th anniversary with a dialogue between founders Lori Antonacci and Doug Sheer bringing back rarely seen pictures, audio-video clips and personal memories of the series in a multi-media event||Lori Antonacci (Founder of Artists Talk on Art), Doug Sheer (Founder of Artists Talk on Art)|
|1999-01-28||Artists and feminists Sylvia Sleigh and Cynthia Mailman talk about women artists in the 70s-and since||Sylvia Sleigh (Artist), Cynthia Mailman (Artist)|
|1999-02-04||The artist in the role of art patron||Ron Morosan (Moderator, Artist/Curator), James Carrol (Moderator, Director of the New Arts Program), Charles Kessler (Moderator, Founder of Pro Arts), Ron Moroson (Moderator, Organizer)|
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