Leah Triplett Harrington
Leah Triplett Harrington
The Chart and SPACE are pleased to present a free, public lecture by arts writer and curator Leah Triplett Harrington on Thursday, September 26. Harrington's talk will be held at SPACE at 6pm as part of The Chart‘s 2019 Visiting Critic Lecture Series.
Leah Triplett Harrington is a curator, editor, and writer. She is the founding editor of The Rib, a publication dedicated to contemporary art and its communities outside of major urban centers. Her writing has most recently appeared there as well as Flash Art, Hyperallergic, and The Brooklyn Rail. In 2017, she was a finalist for the Rabkin Prize for Arts Journalism. In 2018 she opened Under a Dismal Boston Skyline at Boston University Art Gallery. In 2019, she became assistant curator for Now + There, a Boston-based public art non-profit. Leah has lectured at Boston University, Montserrat College of Art, Stonehill College, Tufts University Art Gallery, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Building on ideas of participatory publishing, The Chart's 2019 Visiting Critic Lecture Series brings five arts writers and visual arts critics to Maine from June through September for immersive, in-person dialogue and critical engagement with place. Visiting Critics will present public lectures around their research and practice and will also conduct studio and site visits as part of their residency.
The Chart's Visiting Critic Lecture Series is funded in part by a project grant from the Ellis-Beauregard Foundation.
*** About The Chart ***
The Chart is an online arts journal based in Maine, in print once a year. The Chart supports critical artistic dialogue with the goals of creating shared language; recognizing deep connections across borders and cultures; celebrating diversity in thinking, ideas, and lived experiences; and honoring the relevance of regionally-specific participation in matters that we grapple with together as a nation. The Chart seeks to build a sustainable platform dedicated to tenderness, visibility, and urgency in arts writing that prefigures a more equitable art world.
*** About the Venue ***
SPACE is a nonprofit organization that supports contemporary arts projects, champions artists, and encourages an open exchange of ideas. It is located at 538 Congress Street in Portland, and is wheelchair accessible. If you would like to attend this lecture and have accessibility concerns or needs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements.
For more information on The Chart's Visiting Critic Lecture Series: https://thechart.me/2019-visiting-critic-lecture-series/