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Talks | Aug 1 2018 1pm

Meet Over Lunch: CEC ArtsLink’s Liza Matveeva (Back Apartment Residency) and Natasha Ergens (Art Prospect Project)

Wednesday, August 1, 2018
1pm (free and open to the public)
Residency Unlimited (RU)
360 Court Street (enter the Church through the main entrance)
Brooklyn, NY 11231

Liza Matveeva, Project Manager of CEC ArtsLink’s Back Apartment Residency program in St. Petersburg, Russia, and Natasha Ergens, Project Manager of CEC ArtsLink Art Prospect Project, will speak about the organization’s work in Russia, including its annual public art festival Art Prospect, artist residency program in St. Petersburg, and residency program and public art festivals in 10 countries of former Soviet Union.

 Meet Over Lunch: CEC ArtsLink’s Liza Matveeva (Back Apartment Residency) and Natasha Ergens (Art Prospect Project)

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Liza Matveeva is a curator, working at CEC ArtsLink since 2015 as the manager of the Back Apartment Residency program as well as a co-curator of the Art Prospect festival and other international projects. Liza lives and works in St. Petersburg and is currently completing her PhD on ‘Pedagogical system of Vladimir Sterligov’ at the State Russian Museum.

Natasha Ergens is an arts manager and a curator, working at CEC ArtsLink since 2014 as a Project Manager for the Art Prospect Project. Natasha lives and works in St. Petersburg and is currently directing her long-term curatorial project “The Library of Book Graphics”, based at a public library in St. Petersburg.

CEC ArtsLink promotes international communication and understanding through collaborative, innovative arts projects for mutual benefit. We support and produce programs that encourage the exchange of visual and performing artists and cultural managers in the United States and 37 countries overseas. As an international organization, we believe that the arts are a society's most deliberate and complex means of communication and that the work of artists and arts administrators can help nations overcome long histories of reciprocal distrust, insularity and conflict.

The Meet Over Lunch series is an ongoing invitation extended to local and visiting art practitioners to present their practice and projects over lunch to the RU community.