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.
Diversity Internship Program
We are currently accepting applications for the summer of 2016! Since 2000, ArtTable has conducted its Summer Mentored Internship for Diversity in the Visual Arts, a program that addresses the marked lack of diversity in arts employment through a number of internship placements at institutions across the country. Read more>>
Washington, D.C. | Tour of Glenstone Museum
May 13:Join ArtTable for a tour of Fred Sandback: Light, Space, Facts, and Glenstone's landscape and outdoor sculptures. Glenstone values a very intimate visitor experience, therefore they request we divide into two groups: one will start with a tour of the sculpture garden and the other will start with a tour of Fred Sandback’s exhibition, and then the groups will switch. Please wear sturdy footwear and be prepared for approximately 90 minutes of walking outside during the sculpture tour. RSVP >>
Annual Benefit Raffle:
Marfa, TX and The Chinati Foundation
Enter now for a chance to win a getaway for two to this small but vibrant arts destination. This unique raffle package includes a two-night stay at the iconic Thunderbird Hotel; two tickets to Chinati’s benefit dinner in celebration of the museum's 30th Anniversary.
One ticket for $75, Three tickets for $150 Read more and enter to win>>
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA | Private Tour of The David Ireland House
May 14:ArtTable invites you to a private tour and discussion on The David Ireland House and exhibition of The Sound of Blue at 500 Capp Street with Terri Cohn, art historian, fine art consultant and ArtTable member. The House, over three decades, became the most important work from process-based artist, David Ireland. RSVP >>
ArtTable's 23rd Annual
Benefit & Award Ceremony
May 6: Join us in honoring Marieluise Hessel with the Distinguished Service to the Visual Arts Award, presented by Tom Eccles. Also recognizing Sara Raza with the New Leadership Award. Keynote by Mariko Silver and Joan Shigekawa. Read more and RSVP>>
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA | "Revolution in the Making: Abstract Sculpture by Women, 1947-2016
May 4: ArtTable invites you to a private tour of the inaugural exhibition, Revolution in the Making: Abstract Sculpture by Women, 1947–2016, at the new Hauser Wirth & Schimmel complex in the heart of the downtown Los Angeles arts district. RSVP >>