Since 1991, Helen Klisser During has shared her insider’s access to the art world with new and established private collectors and public/corporate institutions. She fosters relationships between clients, artists, galleries, museums, art fairs, and auction houses. Helen arranges site-specific commissions and customizes VIP art tours domestically and internationally.

Helen has curated hundreds of exhibitions with a vision to create a dialog within the art world, regardless of geographical position. Her exhibitions and projects aim to inspire, provoke thought, provide insight, educate, and engage a range of audiences.

Helen is co-founder with Mary Himes of #UNLOAD: Guns in the Hands of Artists, a program which triggers conversations about gun violence through arts, cultural and educational institutions across Connecticut. 

She works as a Consultant and International Ambassador to several organizations, including The Hall Art Foundation (Massachusetts, Vermont and Germany), Gibbs Farm (New Zealand), The Connecticut Arts Council (Connecticut), Auckland Art Gallery (New Zealand), Auckland University of Technology (New Zealand), The Aspen Institute Initiative (New Zealand), and UN Live: Museum for the United Nations (Denmark).

Helen Klisser During: Global Art Projects: Art Advisory - Photojournalism Art Advisory & Activism
Meeting of great minds and activists

Helen with Henrik Skovby, Founder and Chairman of Dalberg Group and Secretariat of UN Live: The Museum for The United Nations (Denmark) and Shazi Visram, founding director Happy Family Brands, NYC
Art Advisory & Activism
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