Rebecca Ann Siegel, co-founder and publisher of Even, will discuss communications in the arts, culture's growing audience, and successful strategies for engagement. She's joined by Sarah Goulet, founder of her own public relations consultancy, and Mackie Healy, head of communications at Lisson Gallery in New York.
MEMBERS: $5 / NONMEMBERS: $15
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Rebecca Ann Siegel co-founded Even, an arts magazine edited by New York Times critic Jason Farago. Prior to publishing, she spent over a decade in multiple sectors of the contemporary art world. Most recently an associate at Ruth|Catone, a New York-based advisory firm, Rebecca has also worked at Pace Gallery and the Yale University Art Gallery. She has collaborated on exhibitions at the Reina Sofia, Madrid, as well as the Wallach Art Gallery at Columbia University, and was a founding director of Grey Area, an online store for artist-designed objects.
Sarah Goulet runs an arts PR consultancy that provides strategic communications and media relations for galleries, art organizations, artists, startups, and luxury brands. She has a decade of experience in arts communications, most recently at online auction house Paddle8. She previously managed PR at the Pace Gallery. Sarah began her career at arts PR agency Resnicow Associates, with clients including SFMOMA, the Park Avenue Armory, and the Venice Biennale.
Mackie Healy is the Head of Communications at Lisson Gallery in New York, where she is responsible for public relations, marketing, events, publications, partnerships, and social media. Previously, she worked at Dominique Lévy Gallery and David Zwirner.
ABOUT THE SERIES
The Colleagues and Friends Breakfast series invites established women in the art world to have conversations about their current positions, career paths, and professional relationships. The program is generously hosted by FIT's Master of Arts program in Art Market.