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Palm Springs, CA | Tour & Reception at Intersect Palm Springs
February 11 | 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Please join us for a day at Intersect Palm Springs! Current and prospective members and guests are welcome to join for a special private tour of the fair with Liza Shapiro and Georgia Powell, Co-Founders of CURA Art. Afterwards, stick around for a meet-and-greet with ArtTable’s Lila Harnett Executive Director, Jessica L. Porter, and learn more about ArtTable’s mission and how you can get more involved with the organization.
Intersect Palm Springs is an art and design fair that brings together a dynamic mix of modern and contemporary galleries, and is activated by timely and original programming. It is one of three annual cultural events produced by Intersect Art and Design, in addition to Intersect Aspen and SOFA Chicago. Each event connect galleries with art lovers and collectors, highlighting art and design locally, regionally, and globally. Overseen by Managing Director Becca Hoffman, the Intersect team is committed to building community and connectivity in the locations of the fairs. Through cultural partners, programming, and curatorial vision, Intersect offers year-round opportunities for dialogue, engagement, and inspiration.
- ArtTable Members – $15
- Member Guests/General Public – $20
Your ticket includes complimentary access to the fair and one complimentary drink ticket. You will receive information on accessing your VIP pass upon registration.
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Health & Safety
The Palm Springs Convention Center (PSCC) provides permanent access accommodations under the guidance of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Wheelchairs are not available at the PSCC, however, they are able to provide you with a list of local vendors to accommodate special needs.
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The Palm Springs Convention Center is located at 277 N Avenida Caballeros, Palm Springs CA 92262.
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For information on parking at the convention center and public transportation, visit the fair's website.
About Georgia Powell
Georgia studied in Italy and the UK, earning a BA in Art History at the University of Warwick, continuing her studies with an MA in the same subject in London. Georgia has gained experience at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, and with an exhibition designer to catalogue and display prominent private collections including The Myers Collection at Eton College and the Portland Collection at Welbeck Abbey. She then managed The Redfern Gallery on London’s prestigious Cork Street. As Assistant Curator of the renowned, private collection of decorative arts owned by The Goldsmiths’ Company in London, Georgia was responsible for managing, exhibiting and expanding a collection of more than 9,000 objects. Georgia is a featured lecturer at Christie’s Education and speaks regularly on the subject of the role of the Collector today.
About Liza Shapiro
Liza’s interest for caring for works of art began while studying art restoration in Florence, Italy. She earned a BA in Art Conservation from Camberwell College of Arts, London, and an MA in Museum Studies from University College London (UCL). Liza worked at several museums, galleries and conservation studios, including Tate Modern, the Victoria and Albert Museum and The Redfern Gallery. At the oldest hat shop in the world, Lock & Co. Hatters, Liza preserved and catalogued more than 400 ledgers and historical material in order to curate a new, permanent exhibition space. Liza returned home to California in 2015, and has established a strong LA presence, working with varied private collections and industry specialists. Liza is also a mentor for Upward & Associates, a platform that offers guidance and concrete tools to help artists meet their professional goals.
Image: Mary Dill Henry, Here Comes the Sun, 1972. Acrylic on canvas, 48 x 72 in (121.9 x 182.9 cm), Signed, dated and titled on verso, © Estate of Mary Dill Henry. Courtesy of Berry Campbell, New York
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