Katharine T. Carter & Associates Celebrating 30 Years
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Founded in 1985, Katharine T. Carter & Associates is the only company in the country - exclusively for artists – providing museum and gallery placement, and comprehensive promotional support, as well as educational programming, public relations and marketing services. Activities are conducted in the continental US.
Museum Placement Services
Provides museums and museums on college and university campuses, better college and university galleries, art centers and alternative spaces with rental-free exhibitions and visual art lectures by the Company’s distinguished Associates.
Gallery Placement Services
Provides commercial galleries, art consultants and curators of corporate collections with up-to-date information on current artist clients whose work is appropriate to area of focus and interest, both in New York City and nationally. The New York Presence Program directs promotional efforts to the tri-state area. National Gallery Placement Program focus is the United States and major metropolitan areas.
Promotional Support Services
Production of all written support materials, including critic's essays, artist statements, biographical material, pitch letters, press releases; as well as catalogues, color announcement cards, and complete public relations support materials, in addition to full media relations services in conjunction with exhibitions organized through the Company.
Fine Art Lectures
Since 1985, the Company has provided over 1,000 lectures and Services professional development seminars nationwide. Visual Art lectures and instructional seminars are provided by the company’s distinguished Associates.
Client Base – 600 artists and 300 institutions
President & CEO
Katharine T. Carter, nationally recognized artist advisor, lecturer and accomplished painter; also founder of the highly successful national lectures series, The Highlights of the NY Art Season. Also, the co-author, along with her distinguished associates, of Accelerating on the Curves: The Artist's Roadmap to Success.
The distinguished associates are leading art critics, curators, designers, public relations strategists, art dealers, and art writers who specialize in working with artists and art professionals:
Managing editor of Art in America.
Curator, editor, critic, Art in America, Craft International, Glass Art Society.
Editor of Visions; art critic for LA Weekly.
Graphic designer and artist, partner with award-winning James Orlandi & Associates
Art critic and writer for ArtNet and Internet magazine.
Artist, curator, and writer, with critical writing published in periodicals such as Flash Art, Sculpture, Contemporary, and d’Art.
Independent curator, critic; contributor to Art in America; New York editor of d’ART International.
Art writer for over 15 years; currently writes for Time Out New York, ArtNet.com and Art in America.
Contributing critic for Art in America, Art Asia Pacific, Sculpture Magazine.
Artist, curator, and writer for publications such as The New York Times, ARTnews and Sculpture and Art Lies.
Freelance journalist, Contributing Editor, ARTnews. Also published articles on art and architecture, reviews, and criticism in Architectural Digest, The New York Times, Art & Antiques, and other publications.
Art Director for interactive media and web design. Designed numerous websites for artists as well as clients including HBO.com, Lego and Time Warner.
She has had more than one hundred reviews published in The New York Art World, and has written for NY Arts Magazine.
A London-born, New York based critic, curator, and author; a regular contributor to Artforum and Time Out NewYork.
Art critic, writer, and curator, contributing to Fabrik Magazine, Art Week LA, LA Times, the LA Weekly, Adventure Journal, and the Advocate.
Company headquarters in Kinderhook, New York.
Consultations are held in New York City, and annually in the Los Angeles area.
How Business is Marketed
KTC has an existing client mailing list of 20,000+ artists, museum professionals, gallerists, critics and art writers nationwide. Other sources are referrals from clients, critics and museum and gallery professionals, advertisements in leading fine art periodicals such as Art in America Annual Guide to Galleries, Museums and Artists.