Next month, the Inaugural Art Innovators Alliance event entitled, “The Road Yet Travelled,” will take place at Postmasters Gallery in New York. The goal of this event is to better understand what art businesses can learn from other industries about technology adoption and transformation.
The Art Innovators Alliance is a coalition of forward-thinking art businesses committed to advancing the art industry through innovation and technology. Over time the Art Innovators Alliance will present a range of programs and events for stakeholders in the art world. We are creating a network of innovators and thought leaders with whom to share ideas and collaborate. Through these activities we plan to create an environment for positive change in the industry.
All members are founder led businesses, created by passionate and experienced art professionals driven by a vision to improve the art world. Technology and innovation are our tools to do this. Many founders are solving problems they have personally experienced in the art world, and deeply understand that the art world needs to innovate and grow in order to meet the challenges all industries are facing today. Fundamental to this is a core belief in the value of artists, art and culture in our society.
On March 19th, the Inaugural Art Innovators Alliance event entitled, “The Road Yet Travelled,” will take place at Postmasters Gallery in New York. The goal of this event is to better understand what art businesses can learn from other industries about technology adoption and transformation. Session one will focus on “Innovation in Food & Fashion,” with speakers including; Tony Aiazzi, CEO and Co-founder of Chouxbox, Alex Mitow, Director of Superfine! Art Fair, former restaurateur, and Nathan Richardson, Co-founder of Trade-it, former CEO of Gilt City, moderated by Elisa Mala, New York Times. Session two, “Innovation in the Arts,” will include speakers such as; Daniel Doubrovkine, CTO of Artsy, Patton Hindle, Senior Director of Arts at Kickstarter, and Julian Radcliffe, Chairman of the Art Loss Register.