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ArtTable was founded in 1980 by a group of professional women in the visual arts to foster greater support, recognition and opportunities among their peers. Today, ArtTable is the leading national non-profit organization dedicated to advancing professional women’s leadership in the visual arts.

Our on-going mission includes educating and informing our members and the general public about significant developments and issues in the visual arts through public panels, 
conferences and talks in addition to mentorship programs for young women newly entering the field and professional development seminars for leadership at all career stages. 



CHICAGO | The Curatorial Perspective of "The Propeller Group" with Naomi Beckwith at the MCA
August 2: ArtTable invites you to join our host and guide, Marilyn and Larry Fields curator, Naomi Beckwith, at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago for a tour of The Propeller Group. The evening will conclude on a the MCA Terrace and Lawn where the Alexis Lombre Quintet will perform unitl 8:00 pm. Self-paid refreshments will be available.
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San Francisco, CA | October 2016

October 13-16: Join ArtTable for an unforgettable trip west to explore the flourishing art scene in northern California! Central to our itinerary is a visit to the newly renovated and much-anticipated San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. We will also have special visits to 500 Capp Street, the Wattis Institutethe Lab, and the Minnesota Street Project, the city’s newest and most unusual art district. 

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Utah: Spiral Jetty + Sun Tunnels
June 1- 4, 2017: Join us on a very special four-day trip to Utah to experience two seminal earthworksSpiral Jetty by Robert Smithson and Sun Tunnels by Nancy Holt. We are extremely fortunate to be joined by a scholar, architect, and educator with deep expertise in the field of land art. Participation is extremely limited and the trip will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Please let us know of your interest as soon as possible in order to secure a place on the participant list (non-binding) and we will be back in touch with solid pricing details in early summer.
SOUTHERN CA | Tour of "Cindy Sherman: Imitation of Life" at the Broad?
July 30: Join ArtTable for a tour of Cindy Sherman: Imitation of Life, Los Angeles’s first major exhibition of Sherman’s work in nearly twenty years, at The Broad. Cindy Sherman’s decades-long practice of photographing herself in different guises has produced many of contemporary art’s most iconic images. At the heart of her work is the representation and critique of a multiplicity of identity stereotypes that have arisen throughout the histories of advertising, cinema, and media as well as the history of art. 

NORTHERN CA| Sound Art in Oakland: Two installations by artist Kate Lee Short
August 2: Join ArtTable for a studio visit with sound art artist, Kate Lee Short and Aggregate Space Gallery tour with executive director, Conrad Meyers. The visit will start at Short's studio to experience The Oculus, a twelve channel sound installation made up of 275 individual speakers, which exists as both a sound sculpture and a performance space. Following the studio visit, the group will walk a few blocks over to Aggregate Space Gallery, where executive director Conrad Meyers will join Short to talk about Confluence, her site­ specific installation.
ArtTable TOURS | Documenta Kassel: Athens + Berlin
July 18, 2017: Documenta is regarded by many as the most important exhibition of contemporary art in the world. Every five years the best of the contemporary art world is on view in Kassel, Germany. The 2017 edition is titled Learning from Athens, and that mythical Greek city will co-host the exhibition. Artigo Tours has developed a one-of-a-kind program for ArtTable members around Documenta 14. As Berlin currently houses one of the most vibrant art scenes in the world, we will start the tour in this cultural capitol. We will make our way to Athens by way of Cologne, where we will visit the spectacular Kölner Dam and the must-see Ludwig Museum.