Tatiana Mori: Inspiring the Art Leaders of Tomorrow
In this episode of the Artmatcher podcast, Tatiana Mori speaks to guest host Reilly Clark about arts nonprofits, working with the street artist Sen2, and encouraging the arts leaders of tomorrow.
About Tatiana Mori
Tatiana Mori is the current Executive Director of the Greenwich Arts Council, a position she has held since May 2018. Before that, she worked as the Assistant to the Director and Curator at Dorianne Hutton Fine Art for 15 years and as a Curator at the Greenwich Arts Council for 16 years and eight months. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Art History, Modern & Contemporary, from the University of Connecticut and studied Graphic Design at New York University from 2012 to 2014.
About The Greenwich Arts Council
The Greenwich Arts Council is a non-profit arts organization established in 1973 to encourage and promote the visual, performing, and literary arts in the Town of Greenwich and its surrounding area. The organization provides programs and opportunities that showcase the diversity of the arts, encourage new forms of artistic expression, recognize outstanding artistic accomplishments, and enhance arts education for children. It advocates for the arts at local, state, and federal levels, collaborates on arts-related projects, and provides studios, exhibitions, and performance space for individual artists and art groups. Additionally, it engages in outreach to diverse audiences, promotes the preservation and appreciation of public art, educates the public about the arts, and serves as a resource for information about area artists, art activities, and cultural events.
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