Sarah Urist Green speaks on taking chances as a curator.
Sarah shares how chance can be a “strategic roll of the dice” based on curation and research efforts.
About the speaker
Sarah Urist Green is creator and curator of The Art Assignment, a weekly web series produced by PBS Digital Studios. Since its premiere in February 2014, the series has grown to over 90,000 subscribers and has been watched more than 1,300,000 times. Green is the former curator of contemporary art at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, where she organized the exhibitions Graphite and Andy Warhol Enterprises, among others, and was instrumental in developing The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park: 100 Acres.
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There is the first idea, and it can be good, and it can be the one that you go with - but it’s important to keep pushing. — Sarah Green
They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself find people with good ideas and help them change things for you. — Sarah Green
The magic of it, I think, is even if you have great people, great things, great ideas, you don't know what's going to work. — Sarah Green
You never really know what's going to work and kind of the magic of it I think is that even if you have great people, great things, great ideas... you don't know what's going to work — Sarah Green