Creative Time’s Anne Pasternak appointed director of the Brooklyn Museum

Art, East, News, Urbanism
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
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The Brooklyn Museum at night

Former president and artistic director of Creative Time, Anne Pasternak, has been appointed the director of the Brooklyn Museum, replacing outgoing director Arnold L. Lehman, who has served the museum since 1997. Pasternak, who built Creative Time into one of the world’s leading art organizations, will continue Lehman’s publicly-engaged mission going forward, bringing her own take on public art and programming and the “other ways that artists want to contribute to public ideas,” as she put it in a 2013 interview with Paper Magazine.

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Creative Time’s Cara Starke named next director of the Pulitzer Arts Foundation

Art, Midwest, Shft+Alt+Del
Thursday, April 23, 2015
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Cara Starke. (Courtesy  Elisabeth Smolarz)

Cara Starke. (Courtesy Elisabeth Smolarz)

Founder and Chair of the Pulitzer Arts Foundation, Emily Rauh Pulitzer, announced today that Cara Starke, the director of exhibitions at Creative Time, will step into the role of director at the St. Louis–based cultural institution, beginning this July. During her years at Creative Time, Starke spearheaded some of the organization’s more elaborate, large-scale projects and exhibitions, including this past summer’s popular installation, A Subtletyby artist Kara Walker.

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Sugar Smacks: Group Protests at Brooklyn’s Domino Sugar Factory During Benefit Party

East, Eavesdroplet
Thursday, May 30, 2013
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Dining inside Brooklyn's Domino Sugar Factory at the 2013 Creative Time benefit. (Courtesy Creative Time)

Dining inside Brooklyn’s Domino Sugar Factory at the 2013 Creative Time benefit. (Courtesy Creative Time)

Creative Time’s annual spring benefit at the defunct Domino Sugar factory in Brooklyn received lots of press coverage for its glittering guests, including honoree Julian Schnabel. But GalleristNY was one of the few to flag the fly on the soup: Across the street from the entrance, protestors in hazmat suits handed out “invitations” blasting the controversial company hired by Two Treesthe developer with big plans for Domino—to oversee asbestos abatement. So…that wasn’t powdered sugar on the chocolate soufflé?

A Public Art Plan for the Derby City

Midwest
Friday, February 19, 2010
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The report identified possible urban sites for public art (photos by Sarah Lyon).

Today the City of Louisville and the New York-based public art organization Creative Time unveiled a long-term plan for funding and developing public art across the city.  The Louisville Public Art Master Plan recommends the creation of a Committee on Public Art (COPA) that will oversee the city’s current art collection, manage a granting system for new public art and advise future city leaders on the continued creation and development of new art. Read More

The Art Above

Other
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
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View of High Line looking South (Photos: Victoria Monjo)

As the first segment of The High Line opened to the public on Monday, the first public art commission to occupy the space was unveiled. Read More

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