DC | MeetAT at St. Vincent Wine

Join us for our next “dutch treat” MeetAT program as a kick off to our fall programming! Current and interested members are welcome. This event will take place outdoors at St. Vincent Wine in the Petworth neighborhood.

Due to social distancing requirements, registration for this program is limited to 30 attendees. Waitlisted registrants will be notified if space becomes available.

This program is free and open to all current and prospective ArtTable members. Not a 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 mandated by the CDC for fully vaccinated individuals, we encourage all attendees to wear a mask or face covering when in close proximity to people who are not in their immediate household. 

 

 

Thank you to Ashley Templeton of the DC Chapter Programs Committee for organizing this program.

Metro Atlanta | New Chapter MeetAT at Cultured South!

You are invited to the first networking and membership recruitment event of ArtTable’s newest chapter – ArtTable Metro Atlanta! ArtTable has been the premier professional organization supporting women in the visual arts since 1980. As an ArtTable chapter, we will continue ArtTable’s mission through programming and engaging members to explore the infinite possibilities in Georgia. Our first gathering includes an opportunity for current and prospective members to meet and discuss what being an ArtTable member is all about. You will meet with ArtTable Metro Atlanta Chapter Leaders Waduda Muhammad, Nisa Floyd, and julia elizabeth neal to discuss the benefits of ArtTable, how the organization can be a resource for you, and have an opportunity to hear from all attendees about your roles in the art community and your professional goals.

ArtTable’s Metro Atlanta Chapter will plan most of its events/programs in the city of Atlanta. However, ArtTable Metro Atlanta will also plan trips throughout the state and via international virtual excursions. As an ArtTable member you can participate in virtual national programming as well as visit any in-person program hosted by ArtTable regardless of location.

This first chapter meet-up will take place at Golda Kombucha (1038 White St SW, Atlanta, GA 30310) in southwest Atlanta on September 25 at 12pm. Interested participants that would like to carpool can reach out to julia, Nisa, or Waduda for accommodations or concerns about accessibility. Please share this opportunity among your own networks, and we look forward to meeting you!

This program is free and open to current and prospective ArtTable members. Registration is required (see below). All attendees are responsible for their own purchases at the venue.

Not a 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.
  • Masks are highly encouraged for those who have not been vaccinated.

Accessibility:

  • Outdoor seating and accessible parking are available.

Getting There:

  • Cultured South (AKA Golda Kombucha) is located at 1038 White St SW, Atlanta, GA 30310 in southwest Atlanta. Interested participants that would like to carpool can reach out to julia, Nisa, or Waduda for accommodations or concerns about accessibility.


About ArtTable

ArtTable is the foremost professional organization dedicated to advancing the leadership of women in the visual arts. Through our membership network and community initiatives, we expand professional opportunities for women from diverse backgrounds and at all stages of their careers, supporting and fostering a stronger future for all women in the arts. ArtTable members can connect with the 1200+ members and gain a network of professional peers spread across 7 countries, including the U.S., where we have 10 chapters, located in Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington DC. In addition to members across the country outside these areas, members of ArtTable can be anywhere in the world! Read more about ArtTable’s missionprogramsimpact initiatives, and history.”

About the venue – Cultured South

Glass bottle with a yellow orange drink

Cultured South Fermentation Company is the creation of brewmaster, Melanie Wade, founder of Atlanta’s first and only kombucha company, Golda Kombucha. Wade brews kombucha tea using her Grandma Golda’s original recipe and has been since college. With Golda’s heirloom culture, Wade expanded her kombucha business across the Southeast, premiering smooth flavor combinations like peach ginger, lavender lemonade and strawberry mint in 2013. Golda Kombucha can now be found in over 100 Kroger and Whole Foods markets.

 

Thank you to ArtTable’s Metro Atlanta Chapter Leaders, julia elizabeth neal (Communications Chair), Nisa Floyd (Programming Chair), & Waduda Muhammad (Co-Chair).


Images:

  1. ArtTable Metro Atlanta; Golda Kombucha

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

DC | MeetAT at Tudor Place

Enjoy a glass of wine and the company of old and new friends at the DC chapter’s first in-person program in over a year! Learn about Tudor Place’s history with a brief welcome from their Executive Director Mark Hudson, a private tour of their gardens, and meet our Faith Flanagan Fellows 2021 Cohort!

Due to social distancing requirements, registration for this program is limited to 30 attendees. Waitlisted registrants will be notified if space becomes available.

This program is free and open to ArtTable members only.

Not a 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 mandated by the CDC for fully vaccinated individuals, Tudor Place continues to enforce Health and Safety Guidelines that require all visitors aged 3 and over to wear a mask at all times. Masks will not be provided. Anyone without a mask will not be admitted to the program. There will be no exceptions. 

 

Thank you to Caitlin Berry, Co-chair of ArtTable’s DC Chapter, as well as Janet Wall, Director of Development & Communications at Tudor Place, for organizing this program.


Image: Tudor Place Historic House & Garden

NoCal | MeetAT at Headlands Center for the Arts

Please join us for an in-person MeetAT program at the Headlands Center for the Arts! Attendees will enjoy wine and bites outdoors in the stunning landscape of the Marin Headlands.

Headlands Center for the Arts is a multidisciplinary, international arts center dedicated to supporting artists, the creative process, and the development of new, innovative ideas and artwork. On June 2nd, Headlands’ 2021 Benefit Auction will kick off with a live virtual auction and performance by Fog Beast, followed by a silent auction from June 2nd-16th. The Preview Exhibition for this event will be on view should members wish to see it. The exhibition features work by renowned local, national, and international artists, including Annie Lapin, Ad Minoliti, David Maisel, and Chanell Stone.

This program is open to ArtTable members only. The program fee is $5.

Not a member? Join today!

Due to social distancing requirements, registration for this program is limited to 15 attendees. Waitlisted registrants will be notified if space becomes available.

Please click here for accessibility information at Headlands.

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. Please note that all visitors, regardless of vaccination status, must wear a mask over the nose and mouth at all times, except while eating or drinking—no neck gaiters, open-chin triangle bandanas, or face coverings with valves, mesh, or holes. We recommend reading the full list of guidelines at the Headlands before registering. Mask and social distancing guidelines apply indoors and in outdoor common areas.

 

Thank you to Dorothy Davila, ArtTable Board Member, NoCal Chapter Executive Committee Member, and Deputy Director for Operations at Headlands Center for the Arts for organizing this program.


Images:

  1. Headlands Center for the Arts, Photo by Robert Divers Herrick
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