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.

Virtual | Reimagining Public Monuments: Old Stories & New Narratives


6pm ET | 5pm CT | 4pm PT We are delighted to present Monuments & Memorials: Then & Now, a three part series about the history, context and creation of public monuments and memorials. This first panel will introduce milestones and controversies of past memorials and monuments. We will hear from Professor Harriet F. Senie, […]

Virtual | Self-Mythology and the Unreliable Narrator in the Life & Times of Sam Francis


11am PT/ 12pm MT / 1pm CT / 2pm ET Please join Gabrielle Selz, Jeremy Stone, and Debra Burchett-Lere as they probe the self-mythologizing narratives of artists and personalities of the 20th Century. This talk will focus on discoveries Selz made in her new book, Light on Fire, the first comprehensive biography of Sam Francis. Light on Fire […]

Virtual | Alternative Art Spaces in Southern California, presented with Intersect Palm Springs


1:30pm PT/2:30pm MT/3:30pm CT/4:30pm EST Please join us for a discussion about the development of alternative art spaces, specifically throughout the Southern California region. In this virtual discussion, we will hear from several professionals who have either founded or currently run alternative art spaces in the Southern California region, and will address questions like, what […]

New York, NY | A Discussion on Pay Equity in the Visual Arts

Ford Foundation 320 E 43rd Street, New York, New York, United States

Data about pay and gender equity when it comes to arts professionals is woefully inaccessible and incomplete. Over the past several months, in an effort to remedy some of these problems and contribute valuable knowledge to our community, ArtTable has collected new data via a survey about the changing contours of the artistic labor market in order to better understand trends and advocate for arts professionals, artists, and arts workers of all types. Based on the feedback we have received so far, and continue to receive, we are pleased to present this discussion on gender, compensation, and inequality among arts professionals.

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