Northwest | Our Very Own Art Walk – Deconstructed Art Fair VIP Tour

4pm PT

Back by popular demand, the Seattle Deconstructed Art Fair is returning in August 2021, celebrating the resilience of visual arts in Seattle with over 40 galleries, art institutions and non-profit organizations participating in the Fair, which runs online and in person from August 5 – 31, 2021.

We invite ArtTable members and non-members to join us for an exclusive ArtTable Art Walk of galleries participating in the Fair – August 14, 2021, 4pm – 6pm PT. Gallerists will chat with the group from their doorways and there will be several options available to enjoy the artwork: look through the windows while chatting outside, look online in advance, since the entire Fair will be documented virtually, or take a few moments inside.

Please join us for special access to exhibition overviews from leading galleries in Seattle’s Pioneer Square, ending with an optional traditional Art Fair *champagne and shrimp* reception at J. Rinehart Gallery, hosted by ArtTable Northwest co-Chair Judith Rinehart.

This program is free for ArtTable members, who may bring an additional guest for $5.
It is open to non-members as well for $15.

Not an ArtTable member? Join today!

Please read before registering:

Covid-19 Guidelines:

  • Please note that by registering for this event you consent to have your contact information shared with ArtTable to be used in the event that contact tracing is needed.
  • While masks or face coverings are no longer required outdoors for fully vaccinated individuals, we strongly encourage you to wear one while in close proximity to others who are not in your immediate household.

Accessibility: Please email programs@arttable.org if you require accessibility information for this program.

Getting There: The exact meeting location will be shared with attendees before the program.

Thank you to ArtTable Northwest Chapter Co-Chairs Gina Broze, Jessica Landau, & Judith Rinehart.


Image:

  1. Seattle Deconstructed Art Fair

POSTPONED – Philly | Mural Arts Philadelphia: Mural Mile Walking Tour

This program has been postponed. The new date will be updated in the coming weeks.

10am ET

Join Executive Director of the City of Philadelphia’s Mural Arts Program Jane Golden for an exciting walking tour! Get to know Mural Arts Philadelphia’s world-renowned collection along the Mural Mile. Explore the culturally-rich and bold Center City, getting up close and personal with murals that tell the intimate and inspiring stories of Philadelphia, its leaders, and citizens. The “Mural Mile” highlights art tucked in out-of-the-way corners to soaring additions to the cityscape. The tour will include an array of murals selected by Golden such as Russell Craig’s “Crown”, (2020), Amy Sherald’s “Untitled”, (2019), Euhri Jones and David McShane, “Water Gives Life”, (2018), Meg Saligman’s “Philadelphia Muses”, (1999), and Jonathan Laidacker’s “Philadelphia Microcosm”, (2019), among others.

We’re pleased to be able to offer ArtTable members & friends a discounted rate for this tour – $10 for ArtTable members and $15 for non-members. Not an ArtTable member? Join today!

Please read before registering:

Covid-19 Guidelines:

  • Please note that by registering for this event you consent to have your contact information shared with ArtTable to be used in the event that contact tracing is needed.
  • While masks or face coverings are no longer required outdoors for fully vaccinated individuals, we strongly encourage you to wear one while in close proximity to others who are not in your immediate household.

Accessibility: Please email programs@arttable.org if you require accessibility information for this program.

Getting There: The tour will begin at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA), Lenfest Plaza Paint Torch Sculpture (128 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102). This tour is not a loop, it ends in the general vicinity of 12th and Walnut Streets. Directions will be shared with all registered attendees in advance of the program.


About Jane Golden

Jane Golden has been the driving force of Mural Arts Philadelphia since its inception in 1984, overseeing its growth from a small city agency into the nation’s largest public art program. Under Golden’s direction, Mural Arts has created over 4,000 works of transformative public art through community engagement. In partnership with innovative collaborators, she has developed groundbreaking and rigorous programs that employ the power of art to transform practice and policies related to youth education, restorative justice, environmental justice and behavioral health. Sought-after nationally and internationally as an expert on urban transformation through art, Golden has received numerous awards for her work, including the Philadelphia Award, the Eisenhower Exchange Fellowship Award and the Katharine Hepburn Medal. She is an adjunct professor at the University of Pennsylvania, and serves on the Mayor’s Cultural Advisory Council and the board of directors of The Heliotrope Foundation. Click here to read more about Mural Arts Philadelphia!

 

Thank you to ArtTable Philadelphia Chapter Co-Chairs Laurie McGahey and Rachel Zimmerman for organizing this program. Thanks also to Jane Golden, Executive Director, and Genny Boccardo-Dubey, Chief Advancement Officer at Mural Arts Philadelphia.


Image:

  1. Mural Mile walking tour, April 2, 2019. Photo by Steve Weinik.

Virtual | Art in Public Spaces with Sonia Romero, Danielle Brazell, Felicia Filer, & Heidi Zeller

10:30 am PT/12:30pm CT/ 1:30pm ET

On July 6, members of ArtTable’s Southern California chapter met for a walkthrough of Sonia Romero’s unique and powerful Metro Arts mural project in the historic Mariachi Plaza’s Gold Line Station in Boyle Heights. As a result of this successful event, we are following up with part two! 

Join us for a virtual discussion on the current state of public art in Los Angeles and Romero’s public art projects — especially as we emerge from the pandemic with an increased awareness of the profound value of art in activated public spaces across all the city’s diverse communities. 

Romero unpacks the community and history-centric content of the work, as well as offers insight as to how the project came into fruition over the course of more than five years. Additionally, we are honored to welcome to this conversation with the perspectives of LA Metro’s head of Cultural Programming Heidi Zeller, Director of the City of L.A.’s Public Art Division Felicia Filer, and the Department of Cultural Affairs General Manager Danielle Brazell.

Admission

  • Current ArtTable Members – $10
  • Members may bring a guest for an additional $5
  • Non Members – $15

Not an ArtTable member? Join today!

Accessibility: Please email programs@arttable.org if you require accessibility information for this program.


About the Speakers

Sonia Romero is a Los Angeles artist known for her paper-cut and printmaking aesthetics which she incorporates into both her fine art and public art commissions. Born in 1980, she grew up in an artistic household in Echo Park before formally studying at the Rhode Island School of Design. After returning to California, she began working as a public artist, and was the artist in residence at Avenue 50 Studio in Northeast Los Angeles from 2007-2014. (soniaromero)

Danielle Brazell is a visionary national arts and cultural leader, passionate about the roles that arts, culture, and creativity play in advancing civic belonging, equity, economic prosperity, and social connectedness. Her career spans thirty years, first as an artist, teaching artist, cultural producer, and administrator, and now as the General Manager of the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA). A passionate advocate, she advances the agency’s mission to enhance the quality of life in the city. Ms. Brazell provides executive leadership to a staff of 84 full-time employees and over 200 part- time employees, including a robust roster of teaching artists. Ms. Brazell works with the progressive agency’s Community Arts, Grants Administration, Public Art, and Marketing, Development, Design, and Digital Research division directors, and the Performing Arts Program and General and Administrative Support Program directors, to implement an annual budget of $22 million and a robust $150 million portfolio of capital projects, facilities, programming, and initiatives of free and low-cost publicly accessible arts and cultural services citywide. Prior to 2014, Ms. Brazell was the Executive Director of Arts for LA, a highly visible arts advocacy organization serving the greater Los Angeles region. Under her stewardship, Arts for LA became a formidable coalition advancing the arts in the largest county in the country. Ms. Brazell was previously the Artistic Director of Highways Performance Art Space and the Director of Special Projects for the Screen Actors Guild Foundation. She serves as a board member of Americans for the Arts and DataArts.

Felicia Filer is the public art director for the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs. She has overseen the commission and fulfillment of over 200 permanent public art projects throughout the city. In Summer 2016, Filer co-produced the city’s inaugural Public Art Biennial, CURRENT: LA Water. The Biennial commissioned 15 original, temporary public art installations and 150 public programs. A native of Los Angeles, she earned an MBA in finance and marketing from Claremont Graduate University. (linkedin)

Heidi Zeller is LA Metro’s Senior Manager of Cultural Programming. Zeller is an arts organizer and cultural planner with a focus on the role of art in enriching public space and civic dialogue. At LA Metro, she produces Metro Art Presents, a series of arts and cultural events at historic Union Station. She is a proud native Angeleno. (ciclavia)

Thank you to Shana Nys Dambrot & Ceci Moss, ArtTable SoCal Chapter Co-Chairs, for organizing this program.


Images:

  1. Headshots of the speakers, clockwise from top left: Sonia Romero, Danielle Brazell, Felicia Filer, & Heidi Zeller

NoCal | Curator Chat: Dr. Elaine Yau on ‘Rosie Lee Tompkins: A Retrospective’ at BAMPFA

12:30pm PT

Connect in-person with your fellow Northern California ArtTable members and guests during an outdoor picnic and discussion with Dr. Elaine Yau, Associate Curator for the Eli Leon Living Trust Collection of African American Quilts. Dr. Yau co-curated the exhibition, Rosie Lee Tompkins: A Retrospective at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA). This show is the largest and most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work to date, featuring approximately seventy quilts, pieced tops, embroideries, assemblages, and decorated objects by one of the most brilliant and inventive quilt makers of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.

BAMPFA opens at 11:00am; museum admission will be complimentary for all registered ArtTable members the morning of July 16th if you wish to view the exhibition in-person at your own leisure. The outdoor conversation with Dr. Yau will begin at 12:30pm at the small patio/plaza at the top of the BAMPFA lawn surrounded by stone seating and shade. Bring your own picnic and enjoy!

Click here to read more about the exhibition.

This program is free for ArtTable members and $10 for non-members. Members may bring a guest for an additional $5.

Not an ArtTable member? Join today!

Please read before registering:

Covid-19 Guidelines:

  • Please note that by registering for this event you consent to have your contact information shared with ArtTable to be used in the event that contact tracing is needed.
  • While masks or face coverings are no longer required outdoors for fully vaccinated individuals, we strongly encourage you to wear one while in close proximity to others who are not in your immediate household.

Accessibility: Please email programs@arttable.org if you require accessibility information for this program.

Getting There: Directions will be shared with all registered attendees in advance of the program.


About Dr. Elaine Yau

Elaine Yau headshot Elaine Y. Yau is Associate Curator of the Eli Leon Living Trust Collection of African American Quilts at the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA); where she is curating an exhibition from Leon’s historic bequest of approximately 3,000 quilts. Along with Larry Rinder, she served as co-curator of Rosie Lee Tompkins: A Retrospective in 2020. The Smithsonian American Art Museum has supported her research, as well as the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art; and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Dr. Yau later earned her doctoral degree at the University of California, Berkeley in History of Art with an emphasis in Folklore in 2015.

 

Thank you to Dorothy Davila, ArtTable Board Member and NoCal Committee Member, for organizing this program.


Images:

  1. Exhibition installation image courtesy Impart Photography.
  2. Elaine Yau, courtesy Katie Cleese Photography

New York | Guided Tour of ‘Kusama: Cosmic Nature’, at The New York Botanical Garden

Join us for a guided tour of artworks by Yayoi Kusama on the grounds, the Haupt Conservatory, and the Art Gallery of the New York Botanical Garden. The tour will be led by Joanna Groarke, Director of Public Engagement at the New York Botanical Garden, who will guide us through monumental floral sculptures, spectacular installations, and the full breadth of Kusama’s fascination with the natural world.

The tour will begin at 5:30pm and end at approximately 7pm. Then, attendees will be free to explore the garden independently until closing time at 9pm. This program will take place rain or shine.

Click here to read more about the exhibition!

This program is open to ArtTable members only. Admission is $50 for ArtTable Circle members and $60 for all other ArtTable members. 

Not an ArtTable member? Join today!

 

Please read before registering:

Covid-19 Guidelines:

  • Please note that by registering for this event you consent to have your contact information shared with ArtTable to be used in the event that contact tracing is needed.
  • At the New York Botanical Garden, visitors are required to wear face coverings, regardless of vaccination status, indoors and in high density areas where it may be difficult to maintain six feet of distance. Please review the full list of guidelines here. We will alert attendees if there are updates to these guidelines between now and July 15.

Accessibility: All NYBG buildings, seasonal exhibitions, and tour vehicles are accessible for wheelchairs, walkers, and personal 3- and 4-wheeled electric scooters. However, due to the Garden’s naturally varied topography, portions of the historic landscape may be inaccessible. An Accessibility Guide with recommended wheelchair routes is available at the Garden or can be downloaded here. Learn more about accessibility and read our Service Animal Policy here.

Getting There: NYBG is easily accessible via Metro-North Railroad and by subway (B, D, and 4 trains to Bedford Park Blvd. Station and 2 train to Allerton Ave. Station). NYBG is only 20 minutes from Grand Central Terminal to Botanical Garden Station on Metro-North’s Harlem local line. We recommend using public transportation, taxi, or other rideshare services to avoid parking delays. Drop-off and pickup location for these services is 2900 Southern Blvd., Bronx, NY 10458. Detailed directions can be found here.


About Yayoi Kusama

Click here to read about Yayoi Kusama and her lifelong artistic practice.

About Joanna Groarke

Joanna Groarke headshotJoanna L. Groarke is Director of Public Engagement and Library Exhibitions Curator at The New York Botanical Garden, where she is part of the team that develops Garden-wide exhibitions and interpretive materials. She has developed exhibitions and programs for more than fifteen years for institutions including The New York Botanical Garden; the Irish Arts Center, New York; and Tufts University Art Gallery, Somerville, Massachusetts.

 

About the New York Botanical Garden

Exterior shot of the New York Botanical GardenThe New York Botanical Garden is an advocate for the plant world. The Garden pursues its mission through its role as a museum of living plant collections arranged in gardens and landscapes across its National Historic Landmark site; through its comprehensive education programs in horticulture and plant science; and through the wide-ranging research programs of the International Plant Science Center.Established in 1891, The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) is distinguished by the beauty of its landscape, collections, and gardens, and the scope and excellence of its programs in horticulture, education, and science. Click here to read more.

 

Thank you to Lori Shepard from the ArtTable NY Chapter Program Committee member for organizing this program.


Images:

  1. Dancing Pumpkin, 2020. Courtesy of the New York Botanical Garden. Photo by Robert Benson Photography.
  2. Joanna Groarke, courtesy of the speaker
  3. New York Botanical Garden, courtesy of NYC The Official Guide

Northwest | AT Local – Olympic Sculpture Park Summer Meet-up

5:00pm PST

Current and prospective members are welcome to join ArtTable’s Northwest Chapter leaders for this summer meetup!

This meet-up is for members and non-members, as our summer party, and is an opportunity to network and catch up with friends. As part of the current Covid-19 guidelines, the OSP asks visitors to keep moving while in the park – and so we will congregate at 5pm from the Trust for Public Lands Terrace, next to the Paccar Pavilion, and from there we will walk through the park while we catch up. Please dress accordingly for walking!

This will be our first in-person event in 20 months, and we hope our members and potential members will be excited to see each other in person again! We will have have a current or former Seattle Art Museum employee there to give us a bit of a guided tour and answer questions as we walk – but the primary purpose of this meet up is to network and catch up with friends.

Admission

  • Current ArtTable Members – Free
  • Members may bring a guest for an additional $5
  • Prospective ArtTable Members – $10

Not an ArtTable member? Join today!

Please read before registering:

Covid-19 Guidelines:

  • Please note that by registering for this event you consent to have your contact information shared with ArtTable to be used in the event that contact tracing is needed.
  • While masks are no longer required outdoors for fully vaccinated individuals, we highly recommend wearing a mask or face covering when in close proximity to persons not from your household.
  • Click here to read more information on OSP’s policies and guidelines.

 

Please click here for accessibility information for this program.


About the Olympic Sculpture Park

The Olympic Sculpture Park is a preeminent art and public space on the Seattle Waterfront, offering 9 acres of park, waterfront, views and permanent and temporary sculpture. Currently home to more than 20 permanently installed sculptures by artists such as Louise Bourgeois, Louise Nevelson, Beverly Pepper, Ginny Ruffner, Teresita Fernández, Alexander Calder, Tony Smith, and more. It was built on a formally disused and polluted industrial site, which is also the traditional homelands of the Duwamish, and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples, and connects the waterfront Piers of Seattle to Myrtle Edwards Park – with its own monumental (and often overlooked) sculpture Adjacent, Against, Upon (1976), by Michael Heizer.

Click here to read more.

Thank you to ArtTable’s Northwest Chapter Leaders Gina Broze, Jessica Landau, and Judith Rinehart for organizing this program.


Images:

  1. An overhead view of Olympic Sculpture Park; Photo by Benjamin Benschneider

NoCal | AT Local – First Thursday Coffee Break on Location: Music Concourse, Golden Gate Park

8:00am PST

All members of ArtTable’s Northern California Chapter are welcome to join us in the early morning of Thursday, July 8th, to share a cup of coffee before your workday gets started. Bring your own coffee, tea, and/or pastry and meet and catch up with other members during this first in-person outdoor coffee break together.

We will meet at the benches across the street from the DeYoung Museum, directly East of Monumental Reckoning, a public installation by artist and See Black Womxn co-founder Dana King. This work, unveiled on Juneteenth 2021, represents the first Africans stolen from their homeland and sold into chattel slavery in 1619. King’s installation consists of 350 ancestral sculptures that encircle the vacant plinth of the slaveholder Francis Scott Key, that was toppled by protesters on Juneteenth of 2020.

black and white image of Monumental Reckoning

This is a Northern California members-only event. First Thursdays Coffee Break is a recurring event and is donation based.

Not an ArtTable member? Join today!

Please read before registering:

Covid-19 Guidelines:

  • Please note that by registering for this event you consent to have your contact information shared with ArtTable to be used in the event that contact tracing is needed.
  • While masks are no longer required outdoors for fully vaccinated individuals, we highly recommend wearing a mask or face covering when in close proximity to persons not from your household.

A list of attendees will be shared with all registrants for reference in advance of the program.

Please email programs@arttable.org if you would like accessibility information for this program.

Thank you to ArtTable’s Northern California Chapter Executive Committee for planning and hosting this program.


Images:

  1. Dana King, Monumental Reckoning, installation view. Photograph by Candace Huey.

SoCal | Artist-Led Walking Tour of Sonia Romero’s ‘Hecho A Mano’

12:00pm PST

Current and prospective members are welcome to join ArtTable’s SoCal Chapter leaders for an in-person, artist-led walking tour of Sonia Romero’s Hecho A Mano. On view at the Mariachi Plaza Metro Station in Boyle Heights, the mural was just recently completed this past year.

The mural Hecho A Mano was commissioned by Metro Art, and it highlights the historic and contemporary stories of Latinx, Jewish, and Japanese makers and workers from Boyle Heights, featuring an eclectic mix of objects that intertwine the artist’s personal connection to Boyle Heights with those of individuals from the neighborhood. In reference to the work, Romero states that, “There is a certain homemade and handmade quality that has been created by generations of people raising families and creating livelihoods in the neighborhood. I wanted to capture and honor this quality through the metaphor of the hand, by painting this mural by hand.”

Later this summer, join us for an upcoming virtual roundtable discussion focused on the public art scene in Los Angeles. More details to be announced soon!

Admission

  • Current ArtTable Members – $10
  • Members may bring a guest for an additional $5
  • Prospective ArtTable Members – $15

Not an ArtTable member? Join today!

Please read before registering:

Covid-19 Guidelines:

  • Please note that by registering for this event you consent to have your contact information shared with ArtTable to be used in the event that contact tracing is needed.
  • While masks are no longer required outdoors for fully vaccinated individuals, we highly recommend wearing a mask or face covering when in close proximity to persons not from your household. For any indoor portion of this program, face masks are required per federal law.
  • Click here to read more information on the LA Metro Safety Guidelines.

 

Please click here for accessibility information for this program.


About Sonia Romero

Sonia Romero making a circle with her fingers and looking through itSonia Romero is a Los Angeles-based artist known for her paper-cut and printmaking aesthetics, which she incorporates into both her fine art and public art commissions. Born in 1980, she grew up in an artistic household in Echo Park before formally studying at the Rhode Island School of Design. After returning to California, she began working as a public artist. Romero was the artist in residence at Avenue 50 Studio in Northeast Los Angeles from 2007-2014.

Calling upon her own experiences and perspectives as a multiracial person, Romero creates work that reflects the cultural diversity found in Los Angeles communities. She explores themes relating to the universal connectedness within humanity as well as its relationship to the environment. Her signature style is a dynamic combination of printmaking, paper-cutting, painting, and sculpture. Her oeuvre includes fine art pieces that have been showcased in many galleries and acquired for the collections of prominent institutions, such as the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Smithsonian. Romero’s distinctive paper-cut shapes and patterns can be found in steel, tile, or paint in one of her many large-scale permanent installations in notable locations such as Little Tokyo, the Mariachi Plaza and MacArthur Park Metro Stations and the Artesia County Public Library. Click here to see more of Sonia’s work on her website.

Thank you to Shana Nys Dambrot, ArtTable SoCal Chapter Leader, for organizing this program.


Images:

  1. Sonia Romero, Hecho A Mano, 2020
  2. Sonia Romero, courtesy of the artist

New York | Dutch Treat Breakfast at Madison Square Park

Join us for an informal Dutch Treat Breakfast at Madison Square Park! An ongoing, informal, occasional get together for current and prospective members, Dutch Treat programs are a great way to meet, mingle, and network in a casual setting. Grab a coffee and breakfast from some of the nearby cafes (Starbucks, Caffe Lavazza at Eataly, and Flatiron Green Cafe are all great, nearby options!) and meet us at the fountain on the south side of the park. We’ll hang out, chat, and enjoy Maya Lin’s installation, “Ghost Forest.”

This program is free and open to all, current and prospective members. The rain date is tentatively set for Friday, July 9.

Not an ArtTable member? Join today!

Please read before registering:

Covid-19 Guidelines:

  • Please note that by registering for this event you consent to have your contact information shared with ArtTable to be used in the event that contact tracing is needed.
  • While masks are no longer required outdoors for fully vaccinated individuals, we highly recommend wearing a mask or face covering when in close proximity to persons not from your household.
  • Please review the guidelines at Madison Square Park before registering.

Accessibility: Madison Square Park, as a public, open green space, is free and fully accessible to patrons of all abilities; including by not limited to individuals with physical, visual, and auditory disabilities, owners of special care animals, and wheelchair users. There are no steps or stairs within Madison Square Park, or between the sidewalk and the park. Ramp access for wheelchairs and strollers as well as access for individuals with impaired mobility is available for all the park’s pathways and lawns, in compliance with ADA regulations. For more information or to request accommodations, please call 212.520.7600.

Getting There: Take the R or W train to 23rd Street


About Madison Square Park

Madison Square Park is a seven-acre green space at the heart of New York City that has been public land since 1686. Over the centuries, it has played a part in the city’s rich history, providing space for everything from the invention of baseball to fundraising efforts for the Statue of Liberty.

Just like New York City, Madison Square Park is a place where many different people and things come together. Surrounded by landmark architecture and vibrant businesses, it is home to some of the world’s best art and horticulture exhibitions. It is a public garden, a playground, an open-air museum, a dog park, a performance venue, an eatery, an arboretum, a gathering place, and a sanctuary. It is a space that belongs to everyone, and that each of us can make our own.

The park is managed by Madison Square Park Conservancy, a non-profit that is fully funded by the community.

Click here to read more.

Thank you to Ingrid Dinter, Principal Dinter Fine Art, and ArtTable NY Chapter Program Committee member for organizing this program.


Images:

  1. Maya Lin, “Ghost Forest”; courtesy of Maya Lin Studio

Virtual | AT Local – NoCal First Thursday Coffee Break

12pm PT

AT Local virtual programs present opportunities to connect as a local chapter online. This NoCal First Thursday Coffee Break event is for members of ArtTable’s Northern California chapter. Stay tuned for AT Local events near you!

Not a member? Join us today!

Click here to see who is already registered.

How to take part:

  1. Click here to Register for this event.
  2. Following registration you will receive call-in information in the form of a ZOOM link
  3. Before joining a Zoom meeting on a computer or mobile device, you can download the Zoom app from the Download Center and select the “Zoom Client for Meetings” option. Alternatively, you will be prompted to download and install Zoom when you click a join link.
  4. For further instruction on how to use Zoom, see here.

All members of ArtTable’s Northern California Chapter are encouraged to join us on June 3rd at 12:00pm for our monthly Virtual First Thursday Coffee Break.

There finally seems to be a light at the end of the tunnel, and some of us have begun to meet up in person – but we still look forward to seeing you virtually for this sixth edition of our virtual coffee break! As things slowly start opening up, we can connect, share what exhibitions and programs we’re planning on attending in the coming months, discuss what we’re looking forward to in the coming year, and discuss whatever else is new within our community.

This is a Northern California members only event. Virtual First Thursdays Coffee Break is a reoccurring event and is donation based.

Thank you to ArtTable’s Northern California Chapter Executive Committee for planning and hosting this recurring program.

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