Faith Ringgold, Doris Friedensohn, Richard Greenberg and Joan Marter addressed the audience as questions opened to the audience.
The "Etched in Memory" symposium held on March 20, 2009 was divided into two panels, each with a moderator. We have provided video files of each speaker's presentation, in the order in which they were given.
Introduction: “Etching in Memories”
Dr. Ferris Olin
Director, Institute for Women & Art at Rutgers
Panel 1: "Organizing Your Professional Life and Achievements: Hard Copy and Digital Recordkeeping"
Marilyn F. Symmes
Director, the Morse Research Center for Graphic Arts, the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers, Moderator
Head, Special Collections and UniversityArchives, Rutgers University Libraries
Helen M. Stummer
New Jersey artist, photographer, and visual sociologist
Artist Support Director, Joan Mitchell Foundation, New York, New York
Artist, founding director of the Hatch-Billops Collection of Black Cultural Arts, New York, New York
Project Manager, Women Artists Archives National Directory, Institute for Women and Art
Panel 2: "Leaving Legacies: Body of Work, Artists’ Trusts, and Foundations"
Dr. Doris Friedensohn
Professor Emeritus, New Jersey City University, widow of New Jersey artist Eli Friedensohn, Moderator
Richard Greenberg, Esq.
New Jersey Trusts and Estates Attorney, Greenberg & Schulman, Woodbridge, NJ
Art historian, curator of the estate of John Schueler, author of Artists’ Estates: Reputations in Trust
Dr. Joan M. Marter
Executor, Dorothy Dehner Foundation; Board Member, the Ora Lerman Charitable Trust and Soaring Gardens Artists’ Retreat; Co-editor, Woman’s Art Journal; Professor of Art History, Rutgers
Artist, author and illustrator; Professor of Art, University of California, San Diego; founder of the Anyone Can Fly Foundation