January 24, 2019
Andrew Horwitz is an accomplished cultural programmer, creative strategist and writer with over twenty years of experience in the for-profit and not-for-profit creative sectors. From 2010-2013 he worked as the Director of Public Programs for the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council where he curated The River to River Festival, a free, month-long multidisciplinary arts festival at sites throughout Lower Manhattan. Previously he worked as Director of Strategic Partnerships at the Foundation for Jewish Culture, Producer at Performance Space 122, and from 2007-2009, as co-curator of the PRELUDE Festival at the Martin E. Segal Theater Center at the Graduate Center at CUNY.
Since moving to Los Angeles in 2016 he has served as V.P., Director of Programs at the Skirball Cultural Center where he produced the critically acclaimed, sold-out Performance Lab festival. A well-regarded critic as well as an administrator, Andrew is the founder of the website Culturebot.org and a 2014 recipient of the Creative Capital | Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant for his project Ephemeral Objects: Art Criticism for the Post-Material World. More info at www.andyhorwitz.com