The Drawing Center recently identified a shrinking number of opportunities for members of its Viewing Program, in correlation to its population of work by over 2,500 artists. In order to be more effective, the Center will re-launch their archive as Open Sessions which will grow from the legacy of the Viewing Program. As stated on the organization’s website, Open Sessions “is a platform for selected artists to find new approaches for contextualizing and exhibiting their work, through conversation, public programs, and gallery installations.” It will be an online database that will also feature work by either musicians, dancers, poets, theorists, or scientists so long as their work is concerned with the drawn line.
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