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Yonkers, NY | Private Tour of “Matrix: Prints by Women Artists, 1960–1990” with Laura Vookles, Chief Curator of Collections, Hudson River Museum

Hudson River Museum 511 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers, New York

Printmaking has served as a stepping stone for many women artists, enabling their work to reach the masses thanks to its accessible form. Matrix: Prints by Women Artists, 1960–1990 explores a period of experimentation in printmaking among women artists, who used the art form as a means of creative expression and also a way to enter the male-dominated art market. Historically, women artists had encountered institutional barriers to success in the fine arts, including a lack of access to formal training, exhibitions, and sales. The 1960s ushered in an era of massive social change, including the feminist movement, which sought equal rights and opportunities and greater personal freedom for women. It became a period of great artistic experimentation and collaboration.

Los Angeles, CA | ArtTable’s 2023 Annual Benefit, Honoring Shirley Pooler Kinsey

SoFi Stadium 1001 Stadium Drive, Los Angeles, California

Join us in Los Angeles for ArtTable’s 2023 Annual Benefit & Award Ceremony! Our Distinguished Service in the Visual Arts Award will be given to philanthropist and collector Shirley Pooler Kinsey. Surrounded by The Kinsey Art Collection, nestled in SoFi Stadium we will celebrate the work of Shirley and continue ArtTable's mission of supporting the […]

Washington, DC | Exhibition Tour – “The Outwin 2022: American Portraiture Today” with Curator Taína Caragol at the National Portrait Gallery

National Portrait Gallery 8th & G Streets NW, Washington, DC

The National Portrait Gallery’s triennial Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition celebrates excellence in the art of portraiture. It is the realization of Virginia Outwin Boochever’s gift to the Smithsonian and the nation, a testament to the transformative power of one individual to make an impact. Every three years, artists living and working in the United States are invited by the museum to submit one of their recent portraits to a panel of experts. The selected artworks reflect the compelling and diverse approaches contemporary artists are using to tell the American story through portraiture.

Dallas, TX | DFW Social at Cris Worley Fine Arts

Cris Worley Fine Arts 1845 E Levee St #110, Dallas, Texas

Join us for our inaugural DFW Social on Tuesday, February 28. We would like to toast to our members and ArtTable DFW Chapter’s first year.  It will be an evening to mingle and welcome new friends. 

Virtual | New Member Orientation


It's time for our next New Member Orientation! Open to all ArtTable members, join us for an introduction to - or a review of - your member benefits and all that ArtTable has to offer!

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