Patton Hindle, Director of Arts at Kickstarter and partner at yours mine & ours, is joined by Stephanie Pereira, Head of Strategic Initiatives at Imprint Projects, and RJ Supa, partner at yours mine & ours for a conversation on working with and supporting artists in a changing landscape.
$5 Members / $15 Non-Members
About Patton Hindle
Patton Hindle is the Director of Arts at Kickstarter where she oversees the Arts and Performance Arts team, whose specialists work closely with visual and performing artists, arts organizations, museums and cultural institutions around the world to help them realize creative and ambitious ideas through Kickstarter. Hindle was previously the Director of Gallery and Institutional Partnerships at Artspace and is a current partner at Lower East Side gallery, yours mine & ours. Hindle came to New York as the Director of DODGEgallery, a Lower East Side program which she helped open and run.
About Stephanie Pereira
Stephanie Pereira is the Head of Strategic Initiatives for Imprint Projects, a post-advertising agency whose mission is to replace advertising with cultural production and dialogue. At Imprint Projects, Stephanie is responsible for internal brand marketing and business development. Prior to joining Imprint Projects, Stephanie was Director of Creator Engagement at Kickstarter; and Associate Director, Learning and and Engagement at Eyebeam Art and Technology Center, a non-profit based in NYC. She serves on the board of Groundswell, a Brooklyn-based nonprofit youth development organization focused on art and social justice.
About RJ Supa
RJ Supa is the co-owner and Director of yours mine & ours gallery in New York. Previously he owned and ran Louis B. James for 5 years. Additionally, he is an independent curator and working artist, having exhibited and performed internationally, including Salon 94, Cuevas Tilleard, New Release, the Kunshtalle in Baden-Baden, Germany and Steirischer Herbst in Graz, Austria. His work was most recently reviewed in The New Yorker for a group exhibition, Mother’s House.
About Colleagues & Friends
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 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.