Living and Dreaming features work by 36 Artists throughout the metropolitan area who have participated in the Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) program. Each year the AIM program provides emerging artists with career development seminars and a venue for exhibition.
Rahul Alexander, Robert Amesbury, Nathan Bennett, Wesley Martin Berg, Jonathan Brand, Adam Brent, Maria Buyondo, Melissa A. Caderon, Asha Canalos, Heejung Cho, Lauren Clay, Stephanie Costello, Eva Davidova, Meredith Drum, Brendan Fernandes, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Clare Grill, Jeffery Hargrave, Jessie Henson, Joshua Abram Howard, Christine Lebeck, Simone Leigh, Ken Madore, Mio Olsson, Wilfredo Ortega, Chole Paganini, Amy Pryor, Ryan Roa, Lisa Ross, Rosa Ruey, Jahi L. Sabater, Abigail Simon, Travis LeRoy Southworth, Christy Speakman, Emma Wilcox, Saya Woolfalk
The Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) program marks the Museum’s ongoing commitment to support artists by providing training, encouragement, and a venue for exhibition. A cornerstone program, AIM was established to realize the Museum’s goal of providing professional opportunities to emerging artists in the metropolitan area; it is now one of the most celebrated and competitive programs for emerging artists, accountants, collectors, critics, curators, dealers, and lawyers who provide information, instruction, and professional guidance by addressing practical areas of concern to artists, such as curatorial practice, copyright law, exhibition and public art opportunities, gallery representation, grants writing, income taxes and marketing.
AIM 29 is supported by the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Trust, Jerome Foundation, The Greenwall Foundation, and the Helena Rubenstein Foundation.