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Join a distinguished national network of leading women in the visual arts.

Established in 1980, ArtTable is the leading professional organization devoted to supporting women in the visual arts. Through our national membership network and community initiatives, we expand opportunities for women from diverse backgrounds at all stages of their careers, fostering a stronger future for all women in the arts.

Members are invited to participate in an exciting calendar of programs and events, including panel discussions on critical and timely issues in the field; special access to private collections, artists’ studios, exhibitions, and art fairs; networking breakfasts; national and international trips; and our annual benefit and award ceremony. Opportunities are provided to mentor fellows and peers, search the Member Directory, and post jobs on the ArtTable Job Board. Members are also encouraged to actively volunteer for local committees and board service. View all member benefits.

Who are ArtTable members?

ArtTable members are 1,200+ professional women in the visual arts who work in museums, galleries, non-profit organizations, and art businesses. Members join a national network of peers in New York, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Florida, Chicago, the Northwest, and Northern and Southern California.

How do I apply?

ArtTable membership is open to women who demonstrate leadership in the management, business, administration, promotion, interpretation, scholarship, and stewardship of the visual arts and have a minimum of five years of professional experience in the field (excluding internships). Prospective members who meet the eligibility criteria can either self-nominate or be nominated by a colleague who is an active member of ArtTable. Applications for membership are reviewed and approved by the National Membership Committee on a rolling basis.

STEP 1: Create your membership profile.
STEP 2: Complete your application.

Nominate a colleague:  If you are an ArtTable member nominating a colleague, please e-mail the applicant this link and instruct her to indicate you as a nominator in the application. 

Find answers to frequently asked questions here

For more information on membership, please contact membership@arttable.org.

Membership Dues 
Membership provides national networking opportunities, as well as mentorship programs and professional development seminars for women at all stages in their professional careers. For a full list of benefits of ArtTable membership, click here.

Associate $125
General membership for members under 35 years of age. Proof of age required

Professional $175

General membership for ArtTable.

Executive $350 
Members with 10+ years professional experience. Benefits of Professional Membership, plus:
  • Priority registration for select programs
  • Invitation to a private event for Executive members
ArtTable Circle $1,000
Benefits of Executive Membership, plus:
  • Invitations to special private events, including one over the annual benefit weekend
  • VIP access, networking opportunities, and private programming at art fairs
  • Early sign-up for ArtTable domestic and international trips
  • Listing on ArtTable's website and annually in Table Talk
  • Opportunity to bring a guest at no charge to select ArtTable events

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Friend of ArtTable Levels 
Friends of ArtTable levels include members who contribute $1,000 or more annually. In addition to our professional level member benefits, as part of this annual high-level donor group ArtTable members will receive invitations to exclusive events and programs throughout the year and more.

To learn more about the benefits offered to ArtTable Circle members, click here. To become a member of ArtTable Circle, please select to renew your membership dues at the $1,000 or higher level online, or contact us at 212-343-1735. 

$5,000 | Benefactor of ArtTable
$2,500 | Patron of ArtTable

NOTE: ArtTable is a 501(c)(3) corporation under Internal Revenue Service regulations. Dues paid in excess of $125 are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law.