The Wharton Arts Network
Inaugural Event


Please join us for our ART & ALUMNI SPEAKER SERIES

Featuring
HEIDI ZUCKERMAN
CEO & Director, Aspen Art Museum

Host & Moderator
GLENN FUHRMAN, W’87 WG’88
Founder, The FLAG Art Foundation &
Managing Partner, MSD Capital, L.P.


The discussion will focus on the recent transformation of the world-class Aspen Art Museum, the contemporary art market, as well as The FLAG Art Foundation and its current exhibitions “Cecily Brown, Jeff Koons, Charles Ray” and “Betty Tompkins: WOMEN Words, Phrases, and Stories”.


Wednesday, May 4th, 2016
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
The FLAG Art Foundation

545 West 25th Street, 9th Floor, New York, NY  10001

$30 members, $50 non-members;  RSVP and advance ticket purchase required

Wine & cheese will be served
Any additional questions, please contact mailto:WhAN@whartonny.com.

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WhAN: WHARTON ARTS NETWORK
Launched in the summer of 2015, WhAN is a network of artists, creative entrepreneurs, arts managers, arts funders and supporters representing a variety of artistic disciplines including the visual, performing, music, media, literary, applied, and culinary arts.  Led by a five-member Executive Board:  Neil Blumstein W'78, Tricia Taitt W'00, Jill Krutick W'84, Linda Plattus W’85, and Takashi Yoshizaki WG10, the mission of the group is to build a diverse and powerful community of alumni that incite, develop and drive relationships between the arts and business sectors.
 

HEIDI ZUCKERMAN
Heidi Zuckerman is the Aspen Art Museum's Nancy and Bob Magoon CEO and Director, overseeing all aspects of the AAM’s guiding vision and mission, administrative policies, curatorial and educational practices, strategic planning, and fundraising efforts.

GLENN FUHRMAN
Glenn Fuhrman is the co-founder and Managing Partner of MSD Capital, L.P., a New York-based investment firm and the founder of The FLAG Art Foundation, a non-profit exhibition space for contemporary art located in Manhattan’s Chelsea art gallery district.

 



The FLAG Art Foundation's current exhibition "Cecily Brown, Jeff Koons, Charles Ray"