LiptonArts is an online endeavor by Amy Lipton who has 25 years of professional experience working in the contemporary art world. LiptonArts initial project was a pop-up gallery exhibition titled Being There, which took place at Elga Wimmer Gallery in Chelsea during February-March 2014. Since closing her SoHo, NY gallery in 1996, Lipton has been an independent curator and co-director of ecoartspace, a non-profit organization that creates opportunities for addressing environmental issues through the arts. Lipton curates exhibitions for museums, galleries, sculpture parks, environmental centers and in the public realm. She writes for books and publications, organizes panel discussions and lectures on art and its relationship to the natural environment. Her curated museum exhibitions include; Ecovention: Artists Transform Ecologies at the Contemporary Art Center in Cincinnati, OH; Imaging the River at the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers, NY and Body, Line, Motion at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, SUNY New Paltz. Recent gallery exhibitions include Beyond the Horizon at Deutsche Bank 60 Wall Gallery, New York City and It’s the End of the World as We Know it (and I Feel Fine) at Ramapo College Galleries, Mahwah, NJ. Her curatorial public art project BiodiverCITY was part of the 5 x 5 Project in Washington D.C., presented by the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities and the National Cherry Blossom Festival in 2012. Her public art project TRANSported took place in May 2013 in conjunction with The New Museum’s, Ideas City Festival and Arts Brookfield at the World Financial Center Plaza and at Sara D. Roosevelt Park in New York City.