Council membership with Artadia provides a unique opportunity to participate in vibrant exchanges with artists, curators, and art enthusiasts; to learn about emerging trends in contemporary art; and to provide direct support to the artists who are shaping our culture. Artadia’s Council members receive special access to a unique roster of special events, including intimate artist studio experiences, major exhibition tours, private collection viewings, critical events and performances, and more.
September 13, San Francisco: McEvoy Ranch tour and tasting.
September 18-22, Chicago: EXPO Chicago event and booth featuring 2019 Chicago Artadia Awardees.
September 24, Houston: Curator-led tour of Awardee Amie Siegel: Blue Medium at the Blaffer, followed by a reception and hosted by Houston Artadia Board Members.
September 25, Houston: Art & Dialog with Cecilia Fajardo-Hill at Lawndale Art Center.
September 26, New York: TriBeCa gallery tour followed by group lunch.
September 27, Los Angeles: Curator-led preview tour of SF Awardee Sadie Barnette’s The New Eagle Creek Saloon at ICA LA.
October 5, Los Angeles: Artadia 20th Anniversary Luncheon at Blum & Poe.
October 7, San Francisco: Director and Curator-led exhibition tour of 1999 Artadia Awardee Vincent Fecteau at The Wattis Institute.
October 11 + 12, New York: Awardee Theaster Gates performance at Park Avenue Armory.
October 25, Philadelphia: Day-trip to the Barnes, Awardee David Hartt installation & ICA Philadelphia.
October 29, Los Angeles: Art & Dialogue at the Hammer Museum with curator Charlotte Cotton.
November 7, New York: Art & Dialogue with Pilar Tomkins Rivas at the Bronx Museum AIM.
November 15, Atlanta: 2019 Atlanta Artadia Awardees Celebration.
November TBA, Chicago: Studio visits with the 2019 Chicago Artadia Awardees.
November TBA, Los Angeles: Curator-led tour of Awardee Mika Tajima’s solo exhibition at Kayne Griffin Corcoran.
November 19, New York: Curator-led tour with NADA of Vija Celmins: To Fix the Image in Memory at the Met.
National Council members support artists nationwide, as well as Artadia’s mission to promote artistic excellence, collaborative practice, and critical dialogue throughout the United States.
As Artadia’s premier membership group, National Council members develop a deep connection with the Artadia community and gain access to exclusive benefits and events in each of our program cities.
Contemporary Council members directly support local artists by providing them with increased financial and creative freedom to sustain their career. Contemporary Council members gain access to exclusive benefits and events in their region.