All virtual programs are listed in Eastern Time (ET). Start times for all other continental US time zones are listed in the program description below the main image. For in-person programs, the program start time is listed in the location’s time zone.

New York | ArtTable Circle Private Collection Visit with Lillian Heidenberg

Park Slope, Brooklyn Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY, United States

Join fellow ArtTable Circle members for a special Collection Visit to the home of Brooklyn-based art dealer Lillian Heidenberg. Priority registration is available to ArtTable Circle members until August 24, 2021. Registration will open to Executive level members on August 25, 2021, and to all other members on September 14, 2021. Space is limited. Light […]

New York, NY | ArtTable Circle – Collection Visit with Alice Sachs Zimet

Alice Sachs Zimet's collection of photography includes over 300 museum-quality images, and she lives surrounded by the vast majority. Zimet has made a conscious effort to buy from all sources — galleries, auctions, benefit
auctions, art fairs and even trades. With a collecting career spanning nearly 40 years, she has
developed deep personal relationships with professionals across every aspect of the field.

POSTPONED: Los Angeles, CA | Visit to Studio Daniel Canogar

Studio Daniel Canogar 652 Mateo St, Unit 304, Los Angeles, California

Join ArtTable for a visit to Studio Daniel Canogar in the Arts District of Downtown LA. Our conversation with the artist and Stacie Martinez, Los Angeles Studio Director, will cover Canogar's practice and recent projects, as well as the dynamic partnership between Canogar and Martinez. This conversation will explore the creative process behind Canogar's multimedia works—which range from generative animations on LED screens to metalwork and mosaic—as well as the collaborations and challenges involved in displaying these works internationally.

Baltimore, MD | Curator-Led Tour of Joyce J. Scott: Walk A Mile in My Dreams at the Baltimore Museum of Art

Co-organized with the Seattle Art Museum and developed in close collaboration with the artist, this comprehensive career retrospective reveals the full breadth of Scott’s utterly unique vision through nearly 140 objects, from her woven tapestries and soft sculpture of the 1970s to her audacious genre-defying performances of the 1980s, and her ascendancy as a sculptor of astonishing social force and formal ingenuity.

Virtual | Meet the 2024 ArtTable Fellows

Please join us for a virtual meet & greet with the 2024 ArtTable Fellows! This year ArtTable was able to award 16 fellowship positions to emerging professionals throughout the country, all thanks to generous donations from individuals, foundations, and corporations. The fellows will discuss their projects and their experience with the ArtTable Fellowship Program so far.

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