Angela Goding, Director of Development at MoMA PS1 and Lauren Stakias, Director of Institutional Advancement at the Morgan Library and Museum will discuss their experience fundraising for leading cultural institutions.
MEMBERS $5 / NON-MEMBERS $15
About Angela Goding
At MoMA PS1, Goding oversees the Museum’s development strategy including fundraising, membership and special events. With over 15 years working in the arts, she began her career as a professional ballet dancer, moving from San Diego to NYC at the age of 17 to dance with the Joffrey. Her wildly diverse work experience includes waiting tables at the iconic Odeon in NYC; working in nightclubs in Paris and Tokyo; and running one of the first Chinese contemporary art galleries in Beijing. Her career in development began at The Kitchen and continued to The Museum of Modern Art where for five years, she ran The Junior Associates, organizing extensive educational programming and leading art-focused trips to Brazil, China and India. Angela has been featured in J. Crew, Kate Spade and Nordstrom fashion campaigns. In her spare time, she enjoys hanging out in Rockaway Beach with her vintage Citroen DS named Edith.
About Colleagues & Friends
The Colleagues & 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 Emigrant Bank Fine Art Finance, a subsidiary of Emigrant Bank (Member FDIC, founded 1850) and its subsidiary, Fine Art Asset Management (Member APAA, AAA). Emigrant Bank Fine Art Finance is a leading provider of loans secured by paintings, drawings, sculpture, wine, classic cars, stringed instruments, and other passion assets. Fine Art Asset Management provides independent, conflict-free, expert art advisory services, and USPAP compliant appraisals.