Women in Art and Music: An Early Modern Global Conference

Women in Art and Music: An Early Modern Global Conference

Wednesday, Oct 18, 2023, 9:15AM
  • Morse Recital Hall
  • 155 W. 65th St., New York, NY 10023

Program information:

Women in Art and Music is a two-part conference hosted jointly by The Juilliard School and the National Gallery’s Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts. The conference is organized by Eve Straussman-Pflanzer (National Gallery) and Elizabeth Weinfield (Juilliard). 

Presentations and performances will think more broadly about women as creators, as part of the cultural and global economy, and as experts in their chosen fields of art. See the full conference's program here.

  • 9:15–9:45am | Introductory Remarks | WATCH LIVESTREAM
  • 9:45am–12pm | Session I: Women Performers, Theatricality, and Display | WATCH LIVESTREAM
  • 1:30–3pm | Session II: Recording and Editing Women Composers (Performance Lectures) | WATCH LIVESTREAM
  • 3:20–5:30pm | Session III: Patronage, Power, and Performativity | WATCH LIVESTREAM

8–9:30pm | Performance by Sonnambula joined by Juilliard students from the music and drama divisions
Paul Hall, Juilliard
Free and open to the public for in-person attendance or via livestream. For more information or to watch the livestream on October 18, click here.

The conference is held in two locations: Part 1 is October 18 at The Juilliard School in New York, NY, and Part 2 is October 20-21 at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.

Registration for each day’s sessions is free, and participants may attend the conference in person or watch via livestream.

Learn more and view the full schedule of Juilliard's October 18 sessions.

Watch the conference on this page at the scheduled date and time. This performance won’t be available to stream afterward on demand.

Lead Digital Sponsor: Bloomberg Philanthropies

Juilliard LIVE was launched in 2021 under the leadership of President Damian Woetzel, dramatically expanding access for audiences around the world to Juilliard performances through livestreams and on-demand video. Juilliard LIVE streams nearly 700 performances each year, with new on-demand programs regularly added to the accessible library of content. 

Juilliard’s livestream technology is made possible in part by a gift in honor of President Emeritus Joseph W. Polisi, building on his legacy of broadening Juilliard’s global reach.

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