CUE Art Foundation
New York, NY
Miguel Luciano (12/14/06)
Gary Monroe (5/11/06)
Valerie Hammond (5/11/06)
Lee Baxter Davis (1/31/06)
CUE Art Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, provides educational and professional development programs in the visual arts. These include student internships, stipends, exhibitions, public lectures, and an in-gallery studio program, all of which draw from the talents and experience of the diverse community of artists, art critics, and teachers that the Foundation brings together.
CUE's exhibition season gives unknown or under-recognized artists public and professional exposure comparable to that offered by neighboring commercial galleries, without the usual financial restraints. The Advisory Council, an honorary group of artists and leading figures from the arts education, applied arts, art history, and literary communities, has the responsibility of selecting exhibition curators. The curators, in turn, nominate artists to exhibit at CUE, and continue to play a role throughout the exhibition process. Both the Advisory Council and the exhibition curators actively participate in the public lectures and educational programs.
CUE Art Foundation's operations and programs are made possible with the generous support of foundations, corporations, individuals, and its membership. Meeting Artists' Needs is supported in part by the Joan Mitchell Foundation. Additional programming assistance is provided in part with public funds from The Experimental Television Center's Presentation Funds Program, supported by the New York State Council on the Arts.
CUE Art Foundation is located at 511 West 25th Street,
Ground Floor, New York, New York 10001. Please visit the Foundation web
site for hours and admission fees.
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