The gallery is pleased to announce that its Director, Catlin Moore, has recently been elected Chair of the Southern California chapter of ArtTable. ArtTable is the leading national nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing women’s professional leadership in the visual arts. It serves women at all stages of their careers, with a special effort to increase diversity in the arts professions. ArtTable’s eclectic array of programming is an essential benefit to its membership. This includes special access, panel discussions, networks, and professional development opportunities.
As Southern California’s regional Chair, Moore will lead an Executive Committee of members to develop new programming content, membership outreach, and education about the local arts community. This chapter of the organization includes more than 150 members, whom reside in cities from Santa Barbara to San Diego.
In addition to being the Director of Mark Moore Gallery (Culver City, CA), Moore is the Co-Director of 5790projects (Los Angeles, CA). She received her B.A. from the University of California, Irvine, and her M.A. from California State University, Long Beach. She is also a founding member of the Orange County Museum of Art’s “Contemporaries,” and sits on the Curators’ Lab Committee for the Fellows of Contemporary Art. She has also been a contributing writer for various arts and culture publications, including Beautiful/Decay, DailyServing, ArtLog, .ISM, and the Orange County Register. Prior to her time at Mark Moore Gallery, she worked as the Director of Press and Marketing for the Beall Center for Art + Technology (Irvine, CA) and as a Fair Assistant for PULSE Contemporary Art Fair (New York, Miami). Currently, she also sits on the Culver City Arts District council, and is an active member of many museums in the Los Angeles area.
To read ArtTable’s Member Spotlight on Moore, please click here. We congratulate her on this accomplishment. To learn more about becoming an ArtTable member, please refer to the organization’s membership page.