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Encounters: Constance Scopelitis, Jeffrey Teuton, and Anne Surak

Join us for a one-on-one meeting with artist Constance Edwards Scopelitis and curators Jeffrey Teuton and Anne Surak. Use this opportunity to network, receive professional advice and feedback, or create dialogue on an art-related topic.

Constance Edwards Scopelitis’ narrative artworks focus mainly on political and social justice issues whether her medium is oils, graphite drawings, or new digital media. Since 2012 she has had solo exhibitions in Detroit and Indianapolis and has been in group shows at SCOPE Miami, SCOPE NY, ART Miami NY, Palm Beach, Spring Masters at the Armory as well as the upcoming fair “Art on Paper” 3/2-3/5, 2017 in NYC. She was chosen as a jury finalist in time-based art at ArtPrize 8, 2016. She will have her first solo exhibition of drawings and video art in NYC at Long Sharp Gallery Project Space 3/8-4/22, 2017.

Anne Surak is an Indianapolis based cultural leader, curator, and art dealer with more than 15 years of experience creating collaboration-based projects and gallery exhibitions.  She is the owner of consulting firm, art + space, and was the inaugural director of Project 4 gallery in Washington DC. She is currently the Director of Exhibitions for Exhibit Columbus, an annual exploration of architecture, art, and design in Columbus, Indiana that seeks to celebrate Columbus’ design heritage, while making it relevant to new audiences.  The inaugural, city-wide exhibition opens August 26, 2017.

Jeffrey Teuton founded Keeler & Co. in 2013 after serving as Director of the Jen Bekman Gallery on New York’s Lower East Side. Teuton was a panelist for Jen Bekman Projects’ world renowned Hey, Hot Shot! competition, as well as with the curatorial team of  Bekman’s E-Commerce arm 20×200. He has lectured at numerous institutions as well as participated in both national and International festivals and seminars. His talks include both those on the current fine art market and the business of photography and contemporary art. He has curated more than fifty exhibitions over his time at the gallery and as an independent curator. Jeffrey loves cabinets of curiosity, especially those involving shells, bones and rocks. He is a practicing artist and an avid collector of artwork across all media.

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