Thank You To Our November Sponsors!

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We would like to take a break from our daily posting to thank this month’s sponsors. These are the organizations and companies that keep us publishing, so be sure to check them out!

If you are interested in being a sponsor ofArt Fag City, please get in touch with Nectar Ads, the ad network for art.


Artspace offers limited editions and original works from the most recognized artists to rising stars for sale online, at affordable prices. Artspace curators collaborate with top museums, galleries and cultural institutions to provide the best collection of contemporary art in the world.

Sign up for a free Artspace membership today and get access to upcoming Private Sales of artist Billy Sullivan on November 29 and Kenny Scharf on December 6.


NYU Steinhardt‘s undergraduate and graduate art programs foster imaginative art-making, intellectual exchange and career preparation. Their program for studio artists offers courses in painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, digital media, video, performance, printmaking, craft media, installation, and design. Their professional program also prepares students for rewarding visual arts careers as teaching artists and art educators, art therapists, administrators, curators, art advocates and consultants.


Fred Torres Collaborations  is an artist management and project space founded in 2005 that collaborates with artists, galleries and museums in producing and promoting exhibitions in New York and around the world. 

Fred Torres Collaboration is currently showing new paintings, drawings and photographs by the Los Angeles based artist Gretchen Ryan until January 7, 2012 and will be featured in PULSE Miami 2011, which is open from December 1 – 4.


The School of Visual Arts is proud to introduce their MA program in Critical Theory and the Arts. The program is an intensive yearlong study for students with an edgy involvement in the problems and questions of making art today.

To request additional information about the new MA Program Critical Theory and the Arts and receive a printed copy of their brochure, email theoryart@sva.edu.


Fountain Art Fair is an exhibition of avant-garde artwork and performance art in New York during Armory week, Miami during Art Basel Miami Beach and Los Angeles during Pacific Standard Time weekend. Founded in 2006 as an attempt to leverage support for smaller independent galleries to gain access to larger collectors and critics, Fountain represents over 20 international avant-garde galleries and projects.

Fountain lands in Miami  from December 1 – 4 for this year’s Art Basel Miami Beach. Visit FountainArtFair.com or Fountain’s Facebook page for the latest updates on participating exhibitors, sponsors and musical guests as December 1st approaches.


Dia:Beacon houses the Dia Art Foundation's collection of art from the 1960”²s to the present and features installations of works by some of the most significant artists of the last half century, as well as special exhibitions, new commissions and public and education programs.

Opus+One, the first solo exhibition by Paris-based artist Jean-Luck Moulene in the US, opens on Dec 17th at Dia:Beacon  concurrent with a new work by the artist at the Dan Flavin Art Institute.

View Dia:Beacon‘s temporary and ongoing exhibitions or visit them on Facebook.


Public Art Fund is New York’s leading presenter of artists’ projects, new commissions and exhibitions in public spaces. For more than 30 years, Public Art Fund has been committed to working with emerging and established artists to produce innovative exhibitions of contemporary art throughout New York City.

Public Art Fund’s latest project, A Promise is a Cloud, is now on view through September 14, 2012 at MetroTech Center that features work by four young, international artists: Ohad Meromi, Adam Pendleton, Erin Shirreff, and Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries.

Make sure to visit Public Art Fund’s exhibition Sol LeWitt: Structures, 1965-2006 in City Hall Park in NYC before it closes on December 3rd. Download Public Art Fund’s free iPhone app and visit them on Facebook.  


Artsystems objective is to provide and support the most efficient, comprehensive and powerful software tools for fine art and antiques management. Through its software and services, Artsystems strives to dramatically improve its customers’ productivity and help them analyze and utilize their information to best achieve their goals.

Check out Artsystems’ brand new software Artsytems Pro 2011 for Art Business and Collection Management that’s native on Mac and Windows. You can also follow the company on Facebook and Twitter.


Emily Carr University of Art + Design, based in Vancouver, BC, is one of Canada's premier, post-secondary universities specializing in undergraduate and graduate art and design education and research. Emily Carr University offers four-year Undergraduate Degrees in art and design that merge critical theory with studio practice as well as a two-year professional Master of Applied Arts program that prepares students to engage in the expanding fields of design, media and visual arts within the cultural and creative industries.

Prospective students should bring their portfolios to Emily Carr’s National Portfolio Day recruitment event on December 3rd from 11am – 3pm. Representatives of the National Portfolio Day Association will review art work and offer critical feedback. National Portfolio Day is free and open to the public, on a first-come, first-serve basis.


The University of Technology Sydney’s School of Design, Architecture and Building fosters a design culture through openness, flexibility and focus, at the dynamic centre of Sydney’s creative industries precinct. Undergraduate and postgraduate programs are available in Animation, Fashion and Textiles Design, Industrial Design, Interior and Spatial Design, Photography and Situated Media and Visual Communication.

Follow UTS’ School of Design, Architecture and Building on Facebook and Twitter.


Readers come to Art Fag City for its pointedly sharp and opinionated commentary on the art world. Our sponsors know that too. Once a month we introduce our sponsors to our readers and let them know a little more about who they are and what they do.

Interested in becoming a sponsor? To find out more about the sponsorship and advertising opportunities on Art Fag City, visit Nectar Ads, the ad network for art.

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