Special Guest Thelma Golden '87 - Annual Art Benefit for Scholarships

Please join the Smith College Club of NYC for a rare and extraordinary evening with Thelma Golden '87 at the home of art collector and patron, Charlotte Ford '83!

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

6:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Home of Charlotte Ford '83 

It is a privilege and an honor to welcome Thelma Golden ’87, Director and Chief Curator of The Studio Museum in Harlem for a rare evening to benefit the Smith College Club of NYC’s Scholarship Fund.

This 2nd Annual Arts Benefit for Scholarships will be held at the home of Charlotte Ford ’83, a visionary art collector and patron of the arts.  In attendance will also be Smith College Museum of Art Director, Jessica Nicoll ’83.

Thelma Golden’87 is an active guest curator, writer, lecturer, juror, and advisor around the world, in addition to having worked as a member of the advisory team of the Whitney Biennial and as a juror for the United Kingdom Turner Prize. Celebrated for her insightful interviews with contemporary artists, Golden is a frequent contributor to books, catalogues, and magazines and regularly speaks at institutions around the world as well as teaching at various universities. She serves on the Graduate Committee at the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College, on the Boards of Creative Time in New York and the Institute of International Visual Arts (inIVA) in London and is a Henry Crown Fellow at the Aspen Institute.

Ms. Golden also recently delivered the 25th Reunion Address at Smith College’s Ivy Day celebration on Saturday, May 19!  http://www.smith.edu/events/commencement_25-2012.php

All proceeds will benefit the Smith College Club of NYC Scholarship Fund thanks to the extraordinary generosity of our hostess, Charlotte Ford ’83, who will be donating refreshments and providing alumnae with the rare opportunity to view her stunning art collection.

Event location will be provided separately upon RSVP. 

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