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FRIDAY SEMINARS
1998–1999    1999-2000    2000-2001    2001-2002

September 14

Eve Moros Ortega, producer, “Art 21”/PBS and writer Kay Larson

September 21

Columbia University School of the Arts, Department Chairs

September 28

Michael Feingold, theater critic The Village Voice and NAJP fellow

October 05

Visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art

October 12

Henry Chalfant, photographer, filmmaker, and author

October 19

Twyla Tharp, choreographer

October 26

William Bolcom, composer and Joan Morris, singer

November 02

Fletcher Roberts, Ann Colson, Elvis Mitchell, A.O. Scott, Anna Kisselhoff and Ben Raitcliff

November 09

John Rando, director of “Urinetown”

November 16

Tour of Whitney Museum of American Art and lunch with director, Maxwell Anderson

November 23

Doug McLennan, NAJP fellow ’97 and founder, artsjournal.com

December 07

Tour of renovated New York Public Library for the Performing Arts with collection curators and executive director Jackie Davis

December 14

Presentation by Hilton Als, NAJP senior fellow and writer, The New Yorker, with Deborah Treisman, editor, The New Yorker, and David Denby, film critic, The New Yorker

February 02

Visit to Max Protetch gallery for “A New World Trade Center” exhibit

February 08

William Upski Wimsatt, artist and journalist

February 22

Presentation by Francis Davis, NAJP senior fellow and contributing editor, The Atlantic Monthly

March 01

Visit to Museum of Modern Art for Gerhard Richter exhibit with John Rockwell, board member and former Arts & Leisure editor, New York Times

March 08

Martha Wilson, founder and executive director, Franklin Furnace Archive

March 15

Nigel Redden, director, Lincoln Center Festival and general director, Spoleto Festival, Charleston, NC

March 29

Presentation by Craig Seligman, NAJP senior fellow and book and film critic

April 05

Peter Osnos, publisher and chief executive Public Affairs

April 19

Adam Yauch, member of the Beastie Boys

May 03

Visit to the SoHo studio of Adam Guettel, composer

NAJP : Events : Friday Seminars : 2001–2002