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DC | MeetAT Doyle Bar & Lounge

Doyle at The Dupont Circle Hotel 1500 New Hampshire Ave NW, Washington, District of Columbia

Come meet DC ArtTable members and guests over happy hour at Doyle Bar & Lounge!

Washington, DC | Curator-led tour of “1898: U.S. Imperial Visions and Revisions” National Portrait Gallery

National Portrait Gallery 8th & G Streets NW, Washington, DC, United States

Join co-curators Tanía Caragol and Kate Lemay for an exclusive tour of "1898: U.S. Imperial Visions and Revisions" at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery! 125 years after this extensive series of imperial conflicts, The Smithsonian exhibition revisits portrait representations of key figures from the U.S., Cuba, Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines.

Washington, DC | BreakfastTable with Caroline Mariz

IA&A at Hillyer 9 Hillyer Court, NW, Washington, District of Columbia

Join ArtTable’s DC Chapter in October for BreakfastTable with Caroline Mariz, Director of the Cultural Exchange Programs at International Arts & Artists. Mariz's work demonstrates a career path working directly with arts institutions, art professionals, and the State Department providing exchange opportunities and J-1 visa facilitation for students, professionals, artists, and researchers from around the world.

Reception and Collection Visit with Juanita Hardy

Silver Spring Silver Spring, MD

Join ArtTable's Lila Harnett Executive Director, Jessica L. Porter for a private collection visit and reception at the home of Silver Spring-based art collector and leading Creative Placemaking writer, consultant, and public speaker, Juanita Hardy. With a collection spanning Elizabeth Catlett, Sam Gilliam, Al Loving, Camille Billops, Herb Gentry, Jacob Lawrence, Ed Clark, Joe Overstreet, Renée Stout, and Michael Platt, you won't want to miss the opportunity to experience this remarkable collection, hosted by an esteemed ArtTable member.

Helen Zughaib Artist Talk & Studio Visit

Zughaib Studio Foggy Bottom, Washington, District of Columbia

Don't miss your chance for a studio tour with celebrated artist Helen Zughaib! Zughaib is a Washington, DC-based painter and mixed-media artist known for her vibrant and thought-provoking work. Born in Beirut, Lebanon, her pop-art influenced art explores themes related to issues of cultural identity, migration, and social justice and is characterized by its use of bold colors, intricate patterns, and symbolism. Her work has been gifted to international heads of state by President Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton and appears in galleries and museums around the world.

*Waiting List* BreakfastTable with Anne Helmreich

The Archives of American Art 750 9th Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia, United States

Meet Anne Helmreich, the newly appointed director of the Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art, leads the world’s preeminent and most widely used research center dedicated to collecting, preserving, and making accessible primary sources documenting the history of the visual arts in America. The Archives’ holdings, dating from the 18th century to the present day, encompass more than 30 million items from artists, collectors, art historians, art dealers, and critics, as well as other voices from across the art world.

*Waiting List* Guided Tour of the Capital One Art Collection with Anne Fletcher & Susannah Haworth Dunn

Capital One Center 1675 Capital One Drive, McLean, Virginia, United States

Join ArtTable for an exclusive visit of the The Capital One Art Program! This 90-minute guided tour through the Tysons, Virginia collection offers a premium opportunity to see the in-house work and do a deep-dive into the building, stewardship, and purpose of a corporate art collection. Art Administrator Anne Fletcher explains that “we want to create really innovative, vibrant work spaces for our associates.”

Tour of the National Museum of Women in the Arts with Ginny Treanor & Orin Zahra

National Museum of Women in the Arts 1250 New York Ave. NW, Washington

Tour the reopened National Museum of Women in the Arts with ArtTable! NMWA is the first museum in the world solely dedicated to championing women through the arts. NMWA undertook a top-to-bottom renovation from 2021 to 2023. Current exhibitions include "The Sky’s the Limit," showcasing never-before-exhibited contemporary sculptures that dangle from the ceiling, cascade down walls, and extend far beyond their footprint on the gallery floor, and "Remix: The Collection," showcasing familiar collection favorites as well as never-before-exhibited recent acquisitions.

BreakfastTable with Cheryl Numark

Cheryl Numark will host this gathering at her Washington DC home and discuss what it means to be a contemporary art advisor in 2023, as well as alternative forms of artist representation outside of the traditional gallery setting.

ArtTable Holiday Party in DC

52 O Street Studios 52 O Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia

Join ArtTable Members and their guests for an end of year celebration with wine and light bites. The event will be hosted at 52 O Street Studios, providing a unique opportunity to visit a gallery and three studio spaces in the heart of the District. Host spaces will include:  Amy Morton Fine Arts, now showing: "Hannalie […]

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