©2013 Karen Tweedy-Holmes

©2013 Karen Tweedy-Holmes

Pandamonium Productions provides curatorial and program content for film, visual art, and performance, as well as guidance on audience impact, philanthropy, and project management. Projects are diverse in terms of artistic discipline and stakeholders, but they share a common desire to connect art with social issues.

My name is Andrew Ingall and I'm the founder of Pandamonium Productions. I've been working as an arts and culture professional for over twenty years in the U.S., both in California and New York. As a consultancy, Pandamonium offers production, management, engagement, fundraising, and curatorial services to clientele who appreciate clear objectives, a collaborative approach, and respectful dialogue to produce meaningful work and maximize impact. Examples of Pandamonium projects are available here.

From 2017 to 2018, I served as a producer for Reimagine End of Life in New York, a weeklong festival of 350+ events sparking conversations about death, dying and living fully. Over 200 organizations, agencies, and individuals—representing art/culture, design/technology, faith, government, and medical sectors—hosted film screenings, art exhibitions, performances, talks, and workshops that inspired dialogue about advanced care planning and underscored the need to improve the quality of caregiving in the U.S.

In 2015 I organized the exhibition Videofreex: The Art of Guerilla Television at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art/SUNY New Paltz. Public programs at The Brooklyn Museum, Electronic Arts Intermix, and The Sanctuary for Independent Media highlighted the legacy of this pioneering early video collective in their efforts to democratize media as a tool for creativity and social change .

At the Foundation for Jewish Culture from 2010-2013, I directed a documentary film fund, a music commissioning and touring program for a network of performing arts presenters, and an artist residency program in Jerusalem. I helped artists leverage support from additional funding sources, advised them on professional development, and built strategic partnerships with organizations such as the chamber music festival Yellow Barn, the Polish Cultural Institute, the U.S. Department of State, and others.

I have served on selection committees for The Museum of Modern Art’s Documentary Fortnight and the New York Jewish Film Festival, a collaboration between The Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Jewish Museum. As an Assistant Curator at the Jewish Museum, I produced exhibitions of video and digital art and directed Off the Wall: Artists at Work, a residency and open studio project.  

I have participated as a working group member of New York University’s Center for Religion and Media, as an Electronic Media and Film panelist for the New York State Council on the Arts, and as a reviewer for Catapult Film Fund.

I received an M.A. in Performance Studies from New York University.

More details here on my work experience.

You can email me at andrewingall at gmail.com.

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