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Sara Hannah Reisman

Sara Hannah Reisman, American curator, consultant. Director arts programs Working Waterfront Association, New York City, 2001—2003; Member of Working Waterfront Association.

Background

  • Reisman, Sara Hannah was born on July 1, 1972 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. Daughter of Daniel David and Nikki Shaff R.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, University Chicago, 1995.

    Career

    • Curatorial assistant, exhibition coordinator Beitler Family Foundation, Edgewater, New Jersey, 1996—1998. Gallery manager Artists Space, New York City, 1997—1998. Development & program officer New York Foundation Arts, 1998—2000.

      Arts services manager Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, 2000—2002. Director media and performance programs Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, New York, since 2003. Curatorial fellowship Whitney Museum American Art, New York City, since 2002.

      Film and video curator Working Waterfront Association, since 2002.

    Works

    • Curator (exhibition) Inscribing the Temporal, Homeland, (site-specific film and video series) Tugboat Film and Video Series, participating curator (exhibition) The Brewster Project, curator (video series) Globalism and Dislocation at the Los Angeles Film Forum, Political Projects at the Los Angeles Film Forum, (exhibition) Float at Socrates Sculpture Park.

    Membership

    Director arts programs Working Waterfront Association, New York City, 2001—2003. Member of Working Waterfront Association.

    Connections

    • father: Daniel David
    • mother: Nikki Shaff R..
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    Born July 1, 1972
    (age 45)
    Nationality
    • 1995
      University Chicago
    • 2002
      arts services manager, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
    • 1996 - 1998
      Curatorial assistant, Beitler Family Foundation
      Edgewater, Maryland, United States
    • 1996 - 1998
      exhibition coordinator, Beitler Family Foundation
      Edgewater, Maryland, United States
    • 1997 - 1998
      gallery manager, Artists Space
    • 1998
      development & program officer, New York Foundation Arts
    • 2003
      director, media and performance programs Socrates Sculpture Park
      Long Island City, New York, United States