ArtTable Program Archive – 2020-present

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January 24, 2023

New York, NY | A Discussion on Pay Equity in the Arts

Program Page | Panel Discussion

Click here to watch the full program on YouTube.

Data about pay and gender equity when it comes to arts professionals is woefully inaccessible and incomplete. Over the past several months, in an effort to remedy some of these problems and contribute valuable knowledge to our community, ArtTable has collected new data via a survey about the changing contours of the artistic labor market in order to better understand trends and advocate for arts professionals, artists, and arts workers of all types. Based on the feedback we have received so far, and continue to receive, we are pleased to present this discussion on gender, compensation, and inequality among arts professionals at the Ford Foundation in New York City.

Read “Why You Should Fill Out ArtTable’s Survey on Working in the Arts” in Hyperallergic, an op-ed by ArtTable’s Lila Harnett Executive Director, Jessica L. Porter.

This discussion was presented at the Ford Foundation for Social Justice in New York City. The program was supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the city council.

Photo courtesy of ArtTable.

“Excellent discussion on arts pay equity, practices and strategies.”

– Anonymous

December 17, 2022

Brooklyn, NY | Curator’s Tour of “1-800 Happy Birthday” with Klaudia Ofwona Draber

Program Page | Exhibition Tour

ArtTable members Klaudia Ofwona Draber and Marcia Santoni provided us with an exclusive private tour of 1-800 Happy Birthday, an exhibition honoring Black and Brown lives killed by police.

Photo courtesy of ArtTable.

“It was a powerful exhibition and wonderful curator tour with a great group of people.”

– Anonymous

December 2, 2022

Miami, FL | ArtTable Brunch at Design Miami

Program Page | Special Event

This year’s Annual Brunch during Miami Art Week took place at Design Miami/’s Collector’s Lounge, presented by AIG Private Client Group. Members and friends from across the country came together to network and mingle while enjoying a decadent brunch buffet spread!

Photo courtesy of ArtTable.

December 2, 2022

Washington, DC | BreakfastTable with Susan Fisher Sterling

Program Page | BreakfastTable

The last DC BreakfastTable of 2022 welcomed Susan Fisher Sterling, the Alice West Director at the National Museum of Women in the Arts. She spoke about building her career and the stature of the museum around the message of equity for women through excellence in the arts.

Photo courtesy of Alissa Maru, ArtTable Washington, DC Chapter Committee Member.

November 19, 2022

Tarrytown, NY | Private Tour of Inspired Encounters: Women Artists and the Legacies of Modern Art at the David Rockefeller Creative Arts Center, with Curator Katrina London

Program Page | Exhibition Tour

Members and friends ventured to Tarrytown, NY just north of the city to tour Inspired Encounters: Women Artists and the Legacies of Modern Art with the exhibition’s co-curator Katrina London. This was the inaugural exhibition at the David Rockefeller Creative Arts Center at Pocantico, and explored ideas of intergenerational influence and innovation among visual artists working in a range of practices.

Photo courtesy of Margaret Graham, ArtTable New York Chapter Programs Committee Member and organizer of the program.

“Margaret was a very friendly and engaging host and the tour was informative and enjoyable – it gave the exhibition viewing experience an added level of interest.”

– Laura Schroeder

November 12, 2022

Atlanta, GA | Tour of “House of Tau” – Studio Visit with K. Tauches

Program Page | Artist Studio Visit

Our group gathered in the Cabbagetown neighborhood of Atlanta, GA for a tour of “House of Tau”, the studio of artist and curator K. Tauches (aka KT).

Photo courtesy of Waduda Muhammad, ArtTable Atlanta Chapter Leader.

“[I] had a lovely time. I learned a lot about pottery, and about the challenges of running a small business as an artist.”

– Rachel Ciprotti, Client Success Manager, Craftsman Technology | Atlanta, GA

November 11, 2022

Washington, DC | BreakfastTable with Haili Francis

Program Page | BreakfastTable

November’s BreakfastTable program in Washington, DC hosted ArtTable Board Member Haili Francis. Haili is the Major Gifts Officer + Manager of Special Projects, Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage.

Photo courtesy of Ashley Templeton, ArtTable Washington, DC Programs Co-Chair.

“Haili Francis was an excellent presenter whose experience and range of work in the museum and fine art field is fascinating. It was also great to have her share some of her work as an ArtTable Board member focused on diversification of the organization.”

– Shelley Langdale, Curator and Head of Modern Prints and Drawings, National Gallery of Art | Washington, DC

November 7, 2022

Washington, DC | Tour of the Rubell Museum DC with Director Caitlin Berry

Program Page | Exhibition Tour

Members in Washington, DC enjoyed a special visit to the newly opened Rubell Museum DC a mere days after the opening event. ArtTable member and Director of the museum, Caitlin Berry, led the tour.

Photo courtesy of Sarah Gordon, ArtTable Washington, DC Programs Committee Member.

October 12, 2022

Dallas, TX | Preview Tour of Vignette Art Fair

Program Page | Art Fair

In Dallas, TX we enjoyed an exclusive opportunity to experience Vignette Art Fair before the fair officially opens it doors to the public. Jessica Brit Ingle, founder and president of Texas Vignette, gave introductory remarks, followed by a highlights tour with Vicki Meek, Juror of the 2022 edition.

Photo courtesy of Louky Keijsers Koning, ArtTable Dallas-Fort Worth Chapter Leader.

October 3, 2022

Washington, DC | Qatar America Institute for Culture & Middle East Institute Tours, with Curator Laila Abdul-Hadi Jadallah

Program Page | Exhibition Tour

Our group toured the Qatar America Institute for Culture and the Middle East Institute with curator and ArtTable member Laila Abdul-Hadi Jadallah. Members learned about the QAIC’s new arts initiatives and Perfumery Museum, toured the exhibition More Than Your Eyes Can See at the MEI, and chatted directly with Jadallah to learn more about her work as a female curator with a focus on narratives of MENA/SWANA (Midde Eastern North African / Southwest Asian and North African) people, who are underrepresented in the arts.

Photo courtesy of Leslie Mounaime, ArtTable Washington, DC Programs Committee Member.

October 2, 2022

Atlanta, GA | Atlanta Art Week – Private Collection Tour with Cathy Byrd and Curator’s talk with Arnika Dawkins

Program Page | Exhibition Tour, Networking, Collection Visit

ArtTable celebrated the inaugural Atlanta Art Week with a private collection visit with Cathy Byrd and an exhibition visit and tour at Arnika Dawkins Gallery, with gallery founder and owner Arnika Dawkins.

Photo courtesy of Waduda Muhammad, ArtTable Metro Atlanta Chapter Co-Chair.

September 21, 2022

Chicago, IL | An Evening at Goldfinch Gallery with Claudine Ise

Program Page | Exhibition Tour

Members in Chicago enjoyed an evening at Goldfinch Gallery with owner and director, Claudine Isé, who spoke about her career trajectory from various roles within the museum, not-for-profit, and university sectors to making the leap into commercial enterprise by establishing her own gallery.

Photo courtesy of M. Julie Gustafson, ArtTable Chicago Chapter Leader.

September 20, 2022

Virtual | The AT Forum: Women in Leadership

Program Page | Virtual, Networking

In this Pecha Kucha-style program, our speakers were provided with just 3 minutes each to respond to one of three prompt questions, after which all attendees went into breakout rooms for a group discussion. In this first program in The AT Forum series, speakers were prompted with the below questions:

As a woman in a leadership role, what were the top 3 challenges when you started your career and what are they now? Are the challenges from your early career days resolved? How have they changed?

One of the biggest challenges for women in the workforce is a work-life balance since child care, elder care, and other family responsibilities still weigh more heavily on women. What are 3 things that would help change this burden and enhance this balance?

What are the ways in which women can help other women while also enhancing their own leadership roles? How have you already incorporated these into your practice?

The AT Forum is a new recurring program series in which ArtTable members are invited to speak to a specific topic in a Pecha Kucha-style format, followed by breakout room discussions for all attendees to get involved.

Photo courtesy of ArtTable.

“The AT Forum presentation and discussion was absolutely fantastic! I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know fellow art enthusiasts and women leaders in the arts. The program’s structure is incredibly well thought out, leaving us with ample time to not only get to know each other better, but also gain more insight towards issues and topics in the contemporary art world that many of us face daily! Thank you! I left the session energized and excited for the next!”

– Dr. Valerie Gillespie, Owner, Pencil on Paper Gallery | Dallas, TX

September 17, 2022

Tarrytown, NY | Private Tour of “Women’s Work” at Lyndhurst Mansion

Program Page | Exhibition Tour

Our group toured the groundbreaking exhibition Women’s Work, an exhibition that brought together 125 historic and contemporary works by women artists, including Yoko Ono, Kara Walker, Judy Chicago, Cindy Sherman, Louis Bourgeois, and Paula Hayes, amongst others.

Photo courtesy of Laurence Lafforgue, ArtTable New York Chapter Programs Committee Co-Chair.

“This was an excellent and worthwhile tour. Our guide was superb. She was informative, knowledgeable, an excellent communicator and generous. I never would have seen this show without this program. In addition, I enjoyed the time with ArtTable member friends.”

– Joan Pachner, Independent Art Historian & Educator | Hartsdale, NY

September 10, 2022

New York | ArtTable Annual Brunch Reception at The Armory Show

Program Page | Reception

Members and friends came together once again for ArtTable’s Annual Brunch at The Armory Show! Executive Director Nicole Berry, who is also a long-time ArtTable member and supporter, provided our group with an introduction to the fair.

Photo courtesy of ArtTable.

September 9, 2022

Washington, DC | BreakfastTable with Adah Rose Bitterbaum

Program Page | BreakfastTable

ArtTable members in Washington, DC gathered for a BreakfastTable program with Adah Rose Bitterbaum, owner and Director of the Adah Rose Gallery in Kensington, Maryland. She discussed her professional career path and experience with commercial galleries and contemporary artists.

Photo courtesy of Ashley Templeton, ArtTable Washington, DC Programs Chair.

September 9, 2022

New York | Tour of Independent 20th Century with Fair Founder & CEO, Elizabeth Dee

Program Page | Art Fair Tour

ArtTable members enjoyed a tour of the first-ever Independent 20th Century, which took place at the historic Battery Maritime Building at Cipriani South Street in downtown Manhattan. More than 30 international gallerists with museum-quality programs were present at the fair, which was the second of two fairs to take place in the organization’s 13th year. Our tour was led by Independent Founder and CEO, Elizabeth Dee.

Photo courtesy of ArtTable.

“Great presentation by Elizabeth Dee, a great introduction to the art fair – which was wonderful! Thank you for organizing this and offering it at a low fee! A very good experience.”

– Anonymous

September 7, 2022

New York, NY | Annual Leadership Series – Latinx & Latin American Identity & Representation in the Visual Arts

Program Page | Recording | Panel Discussion

Latinx representation in the arts is not simply “having a moment;” Latinx and Latin American artists and arts professionals have and continue to contribute to the development of the culture and history of the United States. There is added pressure, applied to the United States in particular, to recognize its fellow “America”n countries due to the phenomenon Dr. Mari Carmen Ramirez termed “Latinization,” the influence of those of Latin American descent as the largest ethnic group in the U.S., since historically their contributions have been minimized and excluded in the canon of art history, both in the Americas and internationally.

The speakers on this panel shared their experiences of the past, their plans for the present, and how we can all move forward in the future to continue bringing Latinx/Latin American arts and culture to the forefront of the art world.

This panel was moderated by CJ Greenhill Caldera, Post-War and Contemporary Specialist and Head of Sale, Americas at artnet, with panelists:

  • Marysol Nieves | VP and Senior Specialist, Latin American Art, Christie’s
  • Gabriela Palmieri | Founder and Principal, Palmieri Fine Art, Inc.
  • E. Carmen Ramos | Chief Curator, National Gallery of Art
“I just moved from Brazil to New York to do my masters in Art Business at Sotheby’s Institute of Art and it was very important to me to attend this event. Besides feeling super welcomed, it was great to know that Latinx & Latin American art is being seen and discussed in an international and global way. Most of all, I felt encouraged and hopeful.”

– Bruna Ribeiro Schnor, Student

September 1, 2022

Virtual | Landmarks: A Discussion on Public Art, with Andree Bober & Sarah Oppenheimer

Program Page | Recording | Discussion

On the occasion of Sarah Oppenheimer’s recent commission for Landmarks, the public art program of The University of Texas at Austin, ArtTable hosted a virtual discussion between the artist and ArtTable member Andrée Bober, founding director and curator of the program.

August 21, 2022

Miami, FL | A Day at the Deering Estate

Program Page | Exhibition Tour

ArtTable members visited Miami’s Deering Estate, a historical landmark preserving the 1920s era estate of Charles Deering, and enjoyed a presentation by Melissa Diaz, Head Curator and Museum Manager, and Becky Franco, one of the exhibiting artists, regarding the exhibition about the Stone House.

Photo courtesy of Sharikay Sloboda, ArtTable Florida Chapter Leader.

August 4, 2022

Chicago, IL | Tour & Reception: ‘A Tale of Today’, Driehaus Museum, w. Anna Musci & Stephanie Cristella

Program Page | Exhibition Tour

Visitors enjoyed a tour of Theodora Allen: Saturnine at the Driehaus Museum, as well as a private half-hour reception with Anna Musci, Executive Director of the Driehaus Museum, and Stephanie Cristello, the Exhibition Curator.

Photo courtesy of Diane Dinkins-Carr, ArtTable Chicago Chapter Leader.

July 23, 2022

Seattle, WA | ArtTable Reception and Tour at the Seattle Art Fair

Program Page | Art Fair, Reception

Visitors enjoyed refreshments at the Seattle Art Fair before a tour of several woman-owned galleries at the fair, led by fair director Kelly Freeman.

Photo courtesy of Polly Meyer, ArtTable Northwest Chapter Leader.

July 14, 2022

Portland, OR | Studio Visit with Christine Bourdette

Program Page | Studio Visit, Artist Talk

Attendees enjoyed a private visit to the studio of Portland-based artist Christine Bourdette.

Photo courtesy of Kendra Roberts, ArtTable Northwest Chapter Leader.

July 9, 2022

Ridgefield, CT | Curator-led Exhibition Tour of 52 Artists: A Feminist Milestone at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

Program Page | Exhibition Tour

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum Chief Curator Amy Smith-Stewart provided our group with an in-depth and comprehensive tour of 52 Artists: A Feminist Milestone. The exhibition celebrates the 51st anniversary of the historic exhibition Twenty Six Contemporary Women Artists, curated by Lucy R. Lippard and presented at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in 1971. 52 Artists showcased work by many of the artists included in the original 1971 exhibition, alongside a new roster of 26 female-identifying or nonbinary emerging artists, tracking the evolution of feminist art practices over the past five decades. 52 Artists encompassed the entirety of the Museum (approx. 8,000 sq. ft)—the first exhibition to do so in The Aldrich’s new building which was inaugurated in 2004.

Photos courtesy of ArtTable.

June 25, 2022

ArtTable Goes to Baltimore!

Program Page | Day Trip

June 2022 was a month for travel with ArtTable, as a handful of members and friends came together to explore the art scene of Charm City, aka Baltimore, Maryland. Our day began with a visit to the American Visionary Art Museum, where we were led on a tour by the museum’s amazing founder, Rebecca Hoffberger, who led us through her last exhibition before her retirement at the end of the year. Next we visited the private collection of local CPA Keith Eric Timmons, which boasts works by Sanford Biggers, Amy Sherald, Joyce Pommery Schwartz, and more. After stopping for a lovely lunch at Gertrude’s Chesapeake Kitchen, we enjoyed some free time at the Baltimore Museum of Art, in particular to view the long-awaited Joan Mitchell retrospective. Our final stop of the day was to Goya Contemporary Gallery, where Executive Director and Partner Amy Raehse give us an insider’s look at the work of Louise Fishman, as well as a trip through the gallery’s flat files.

“Such a fun day, surrounded by inspiring women! I’m so glad this was organized, I don’t think I would have made it out there if it wasn’t for ArtTable organizing this trip for us. Thank you for a beautiful day.”

– Anonymous

June 21, 2022

New York, NY | Cristina Iglesias’ Landscape and Memory Tour & Reception at Madison Square Park

Program Page | Exhibition Tour

ArtTable members in New York City came together in Madison Square Park for an in-person tour of Cristina Iglesias’ Landscape and Memory, led by ArtTable Member Brooke Kamin Rapaport, Deputy Director and Martin Friedman Chief Curator at Madison Square Park Conservancy.

June 10, 2022

Washington, DC | BreakfastTable with Tomora Wright

Program Page | BreakfastTable, Networking

ArtTable members in Washington, DC met up for a pre-workday BreakfastTable program with Tomora Wright, Hamiltonian Artists’ Fellowship Director. BreakfastTable programs are an opportunity for ArtTable members to come together and hear from a leading member of the arts community in their area.

June 9, 2022

Seattle, WA & Portland, OR | Concurrent MeetATs in Seattle & Portland

Program Page | Networking

Since the Northwest Chapter spans multiple cities, ArtTable hosted two MeetAT events simultaneously in the two largest cities in the region – Seattle, WA and Portland, OR. Current and prospective members enjoyed time to mix and mingle over drinks and snacks!

6 women chat and mingle
6 women pose for a seated photo

June 7, 2022

Virtual | Curatorial Perspective: Cartier and Islamic Art at the Dallas Museum of Art, with Senior Curator of Decorative Arts and Design, Sarah Schleuning

Program Page | Recording | Behind-the-Scenes

At this virtual curatorial perspective program, attendees enjoyed an in-depth look at the curatorial process that went into the exhibition Cartier and Islamic Art: In Search of Modernity, currently on view at the Dallas Museum of Art. Senior Curator of Decorative Arts & Design Sarah Schleuning guided the group through the visually stunning exhibition, which traces Islamic art’s influence on the objects created by Louis Cartier and the designers of the great French jewelry Maison from the early 20th century to today. Co-organized by the Dallas Museum of Art and the Museé des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, in partnership with the Maison Cartier, Cartier and Islamic Art presents over 400 objects from major international collections, including the Department of Islamic Arts at the Louvre Museum and the Keir Collection of Islamic Art on loan to the Dallas Museum of Art.

Thank you so much for offering this program! Sarah Schleuning’s presentation was terrific, her insight and research on the subject was inspiring. I look forward to participating in other ArtTable programs in the near future!

– Mindy Spritz, Arts Administration & Program Management | Atlanta, GA

June 3, 2022

Claremont, CA | Behind-the-Scenes Tour – Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College

Program Page | Exhibition Tour, Behind-the-Scenes

ArtTable members enjoyed a private behind-the-scenes and gallery tour of the new Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College, a space for the region’s most compelling and innovative exhibitions. Senior Curator, Rebecca McGrew guided a tour of the permanent collection galleries and current exhibitions. Steve Comba, Associate Director & Registrar provided the behind-the-scenes portion of the tour of the museums’ collection spaces.

“Our chapter leads are well-connected, generous with their time, and organize remarkable experiences. I couldn’t be more grateful to them for supporting ArtTable in SoCal. And a big thank you to Rebecca McGrew and Steve Comba at the Benton Museum for their time and expertise.”

– Lesley Roberts, Director, Textile Arts Los Angeles | Los Angeles, CA

Photos courtesy of Jacqueline Cabrera, ArtTable Southern California Chapter Leader

May 25, 2022

Virtual | Fine Art Photography in the NFT Space, with Ashlyn Davis Burns

Program Page | Recording | Presentation

Ashlyn Davis Burns has been representing traditional lens-based artists’ physical work and their collections in the NFT space since 2021. In this talk, we heard about the significance of the blockchain for photography, its growing market position, and probable directions for the future. Ashlyn discussed landmark projects that have created the current market for NFT photography, as well as new platforms that have launched in the past year, including her own, which will support some of the most prominent photographers of the 20th and 21st centuries through their “genesis drops” in the space.

May 24, 2022

Fort Worth, TX | Curator-led Tour of Women Painting Women at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Program Page | Exhibition Tour

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth Chief Curator Andrea Karnes provided a tour of Women Painting Women, a thematic exhibition featuring 46 female artists who choose women as subject matter in their works.

“This tour was phenomenal! I thoroughly enjoyed learning about the works and process behind the curation of the “Women Painting Women” exhibition at The Modern. The tour felt structured and organic which made for a brilliant energy among our ArtTable group. Thank you!”

– Valerie Gillespie, Owner, Pencil on Paper Gallery | Dallas, TX

Photos courtesy of Laurie Ann Farrell, ArtTable Dallas-Fort Worth Chapter Leader

May 22, 2022

Inside an artist's studio, about 12 people face the artist and a large painting.

Sausalito, CA | An Afternoon at Headlands Center for the Arts

Program Page | Studio Visit

Members and friends came together in Sausalito, CA for a day of art, food, and wine in the unparalleled landscape of the Headlands. There was a welcome from Headlands’ Executive Director, Mari Robles, followed by studio visits with artists Torreya Cummings and Shara Mays.

May 21, 2022

A group of 8 people pose for a photo at Blu Murphy's exhibition

Washington, DC | Alexandria Art Tour – Artist Talk with Blu Murphy & Public Art Viewing

Program Page | Studio Visit, Exhibition Tour

Our group in DC met at Old Town Alexandria Waterfront Park to view and learn more about the “I Love You” public art installation by Roberto Behar and Rosario Marquardt of R&R STUDIO, followed by a visit to the Torpedo Factory to see Target Gallery’s solo exhibition “LE DRIP: The Uncontainable Sauce of Black Essence” by artist Blu Murphy.

May 19, 2022

10 women pose for a photo

Boston, MA | AAM 2022 – ArtTable Reception at Skinner Auctioneers & Appraisers

Program Page | MeetAT, Networking

ArtTable hosted an intimate reception with members and friends in Boston during AAM 2022.

May 19, 2022

A group explores the interior of a booth at an art fair

New York, NY | ArtTable Reception and Tour at VOLTA New York

Program Page | Art Fair, Networking

Members enjoyed a private brunch reception and tour at VOLTA New York during Frieze Week in New York City.

May 15, 2022

A group of women pose for a photo, some seated, some standing

Fort Lauderdale, FL | Chapter Coffee Meetup

Program Page | MeetAT, Networking

Current and prospective ArtTable members came together to connect with friends old and new, learn more about ArtTable membership benefits, upcoming local and national events, and meet Florida Chapter leadership.

May 12, 2022

Screenshot of a virtual panel conversation

Virtual | Professional Development: The Art World Career Landscape

Program Page | Recording | Professional Development

Suzanne Julig, Career Coach and owner of Suzanne Julig Art Advisory, and Anne Johnson, Senior Consultant and VP of the Aspen Leadership Group, engaged in a conversation around the art world career landscape, including effective approaches to pursuing and building an enriching art world career in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors.

May 9, 2022

A large group pf about 20 women pose for a photo in the courtyard of a brick building

Seattle, WA | Ginny Ruffner Studio & Garden Tour

Program Page | Artist Talk

ArtTable’s Northwest chapter hosted a special members-only Studio & Garden tour with renowned artist, Ginny Ruffner, and hear about her work, career, and her continued legacy to uplift the local arts community in Seattle.

May 7, 2022

A group observes a sculpture on view at TEFAF New York art fair.

New York, NY | Private Tour of TEFAF New York

Program Page | Art Fair, Tour

Members and friends enjoyed a private tour of TEFAF New York Spring at the Park Avenue Armory.

May 5, 2022

5 women pose for a photo in front of a colorful artwork

Atlanta, GA | MeetAT at Atlanta Contemporary

Program Page | MeetAT

Current and prospective members in Atlanta came together at Atlanta Contemporary for cocktails and networking.

May 3, 2022

Screenshot of a virtual panel conversation

Virtual | Artist Conversation with Ambrose Rhapsody Murray & Isis Davis-Marks

Program Page | Recording | Artist Talk

This virtual artist conversation with emerging contemporary artist Ambrose Rhapsody Murray, in conversation with New York-based freelance writer and artist, Isis Davis-Marks.

April 28, 2022

Screenshot of a virtual panel conversation, the 4 speakers smile at the camera

Virtual | Discovering Digital – Making Sense of NFT Platforms

Program Page | Recording | Panel Discussion

This virtual panel discussion on NFT marketplaces and the opportunities they offer art world professionals was moderated by Elena Zavelev, Co-Founder and CEO of CADAF Digital Art Fair, with panelists:

April 26, 2022

Washington, DC | Exhibition Tour – Afro-Atlantic Histories at the National Gallery of Art, with curators Kanitra Fletcher and Molly Donovan

Program Page | Exhibition Tour

ArtTable members enjoyed a private tour with Kanitra Fletcher, Associate Curator of African American and Afro-Diasporic Art, Department of Modern and Contemporary Art, and Molly Donovan, Curator of Contemporary Art, at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. The program was organized by ArtTable’s Washington, DC chapter.

April 26, 2022

Virtual | A Conversation with Denise Gardner & Alison Cuddy

Program Page | Recording | Conversation, AT Connect

A virtual conversation with Denise Gardner, Chair of the Art Institute of Chicago’s Board of Trustees, and Alison Cuddy, Chicago-based writer, curator, and programmer. The program was organized by ArtTable’s Chicago chapter.

April 23, 2022

San Francisco, CA | The New Art Collection: NFTs & Digital Art

Presented by ArtTable at Art Market San Francisco

Program Page | Panel Discussion

This program on collecting NFTs and digital art was moderated by Christina Steinbrecher, Co-Founder of, with panelists:

  • Kelani Nichole, Founder of TRANSFER
  • Claudia Worthington-Hess, Art Advisor

April 22, 2022

Dallas, TX | ArtTable Reception at the Dallas Art Fair

Program Page | Reception

Current and prospective ArtTable members joined us at the Dallas Art Fair to celebrate ArtTable’s newest chapter – Dallas-Fort Worth!

April 9, 2022

New York, NY | Benefit Week Tour of the Whitney Biennial

Program Page | Exhibition Tour

ArtTable members and friends enjoyed a private tour of the 2022 Whitney Biennial, Quiet as It’s Kept, curated by David Breslin and Adrienne Edwards. The tour was led by Joshua Lubin-Levy, one of the museum’s extraordinary teaching fellows.

April 8, 2022

New York, NY | Benefit Week Tour of Faith Ringgold: American People at the New Museum

Program Page | Exhibition Tour

ArtTable members walked over to the New Museum after our Annual Benefit & Award Ceremony for a private tour of Faith Ringgold: American People. The tour was led by Curatorial Assistant, Madeline Weisburg. Bringing together over fifty years of work, the exhibition provided the most comprehensive assessment to date of the artist’s vision.

April 8, 2022

New York, NY | ArtTable’s 2022 Annual Benefit & Award Ceremony

Honoring Carol Cole Levin with the Distinguished Service to the Visual Arts Award and Dr. Nicole R. Fleetwood with the New Leadership Award, with special remarks by Legacy Russell.

Program Page | Capitale in New York, NY

Click here to read more about the Annual Benefit.

April 7, 2022

New York, NY | Benefit Week VIP Reception, hosted by Nohra Haime

Program Page | Reception

ArtTable Board, Circle, and Benefit Host Committee Members were welcomed to enjoy refreshments and networking with friends and colleagues. This event took place on ArtTable Day, officially declared by the Mayor of New York City in 2005 to mark ArtTable’s 25th Anniversary. Over 15 years later, we continue to acknowledge this day and celebrate our incredible community of professional women in the arts! Our sincerest thanks to our host for the evening, Nohra Haime, for welcoming us into her home.

Coming Soon:

NoCal | Curator-Led Tour of ‘Alice Neel: People Come First ‘with Lauren Palmor
Northwest | Portland Art Weekend
New York | This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York, 1965-1975, Part II
SoCal | Tour & Artist Talk – ‘how we are in time and space’ with Nancy Buchanan & Barbara T. Smith
NoCal | A Day of Art in San Jose: Curator-led tours with Lauren Schell Dickens and Sayre Batton at SJMA and Maryela Perez at MACLA
PBS Books Virtual Book Talk with Judith Brodsky
DC | Curator-led Tour of Hung Liu: Portraits of Promised Lands with Dorothy Moss
Frieze Week LA | Private Collection Visit – Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation & Collection
New York | Curator-led Tour of ‘Greater New York’ at MoMA PS1
Intersect Partner Program | Alternative Art Spaces in Southern California
Virtual | Discovering Digital – Yam Karkai and the World of Women NFT Project, Promoting Diversity & Community
Virtual | Tour of ‘Emma Amos: Color Odyssey’ with Shawyna Harris
NoCal | Curator-led tour of Joan Mitchell exhibition at SFMOMA, with Sarah Roberts
Virtual | Making A Great Exhibition, with Doro Globus & Genevieve Martin
Preserving Cultural Heritage in Afghanistan & Beyond, with Laura Tedesco & Anna Bottinelli
SoCal | Grinstein Family Art Collection Visit
Northwest | An Evening With Barbara Earl Thomas
Houston | Chapter Holiday Cocktails & Relaunch Party
Miami Art Week | ArtTable at DesignMiami/
DC | In-Person Tour & Discussion of ALMA W. THOMAS: EVERYTHING IS BEAUTIFUL at the Phillips Collection
Special Access – “Triennial: Soft Water Hard Stone” at the New Museum
New York | “Ruth Orkin: Expressions of Life” Tour at Fotografiska
Virtual | A Conversation with Judy Baca, Reimagining Memorials and Memory
NoCal l Curator guided tour of ‘New Time: Art and Feminisms in the 21st Century’, at BAMPFA
Discovering Digital | A Short History of Digital Art, Before and Beyond NFTs
Daisy Nam & Marcela Guerrero – ‘Espejo Quemada – Donna Huanca’ at Ballroom Marfa
Curator Guided tour of Judy Chicago: A Retrospective at the de Young Museum
Annual Leadership Series: The Precarious Position of Women in Leadership
Special Access: Curator Guided Tour of The Amant Foundation
Private Collection Visit with Lillian Heidenberg
Mural Arts Philadelphia: Mural Mile Walking Tour
Saturday in Seattle – Deconstructed Art Fair VIP tour
Art in Public Spaces with Sonia Romero, Danielle Brazell, Felicia Filer, and Heidi Zeller
“Author Talk: Art: Creating With Judy Chicago”
Curator Chat: Dr. Elaine Yau on ‘Rosie Lee Tompkins: A Retrospective’ at BAMPFA
Kusama: Cosmic Nature, at The New York Botanical Garden
Olympic Sculpture Park Summer Meet-up
Walking Tour of Sonia Romero’s Hecho A Mano
2020 Annual Leadership Series
Challenges & Choices Facing Nonprofit Leaders, w/ Deborah Fisher & Irene Shum
Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists
Curating Under Covid
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