Suzanne Julig Art Advisory News & Press
Sotheby's Institute of Art
Suzanne was recently appointed Director of Summer Study, New York at the Sotheby's Institute of Art. A member of the senior management team, she is responsible for leading and managing the continued development of the Institute's intensive summer studies program in New York.
Each year, the Institute welcomes individuals from around the globe to its campus in midtown Manhattan for courses that provide a window into the art world, including classroom lectures and discussions, as well as visits to museums, galleries, artist studios and special exhibitions. Taught by art world scholars and working professionals, the program offers courses over 8 weeks, enrolling more than 200 students from 6 continents and 30 countries. View the program
Learn more about Summer Study at Sotheby’s Institute of Art: Watch the video
Silvermine Arts Center
The Silvermine Arts Center invited Suzanne to be a guest curator for their exhibition running November 3 - December 23, 2013. This show, comprised of works on paper by twenty-five contemporary artists, was inspired by the Stanley Kunitz poem The Layers. View the exhibition
Family tours cater to kids' curiosity by Erin Gifford
Is the Art World As Cutthroat As It Looks on TV? by Meredith Lepore
New York University
Suzanne has been an Adjunct Instructor at New York University's School of Continuing and Professional Studies, teaching the course A Unique Sensibility: Valuing 19th and 20th Century American Art in the Art Appraisal program. View the course
Atlanta Art Forum
Suzanne was invited to lecture on the topic of Connoisseurship of American Art to the Atlanta Art Forum, a group of American art collectors based in Atlanta, Georgia. Her presentation focused on how one assesses quality and value in American art, and the finer points of developing connoisseurship in the field.