ArtTable's DC chapter is the second largest in the country, after New York. We currently have over 155 members who span several generations and come from all sectors of the visual arts professions. The chapter is small enough so that it feels like a family, yet large enough to continually provide new connections, learning opportunities, and avenues for support and mentoring. We encourage you to participate, share ideas, suggest programs, and volunteer.
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ArtTable's 24th Annual Benefit and Award Ceremony on April 6, 2017, in New York, honored Lowery Stokes Sims, Curator Emerita at the Museum of Arts and Design.

ArtTable began in individual homes, at lunch and dinner tables in New York City in 1980.  As founding member Joyce Pomeroy Schwartz said, “The key to it all was all these women doing different things... doing them well. It became a wonderful thread... and then suddenly it had a life of its own. Mushroomed.”  

Today ArtTable is a national non-profit organization with a mutual support network of over 1,200 women  throughout the nation, with chapters in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Florida, Northern California, Southern California, and the Northwest, as well as serving many at-large members throughout the country. Our expanding membership is inclusive of women in all stages of their careers who exemplify leadership in the administration, business, finance, management, promotion, scholarship, and stewardship of the visual arts. To learn more about about our history, the pioneering women who have made up ArtTable's membership and the significant achievements they made together between 1980 and 2005 click here.

ArtTable is a national membership organization dedicated to advancing the professional leadership of women in the visual arts. ArtTable undertakes public activities and programs that serve women at all career stages, expands opportunities for women from diverse backgrounds, engages with critical issues in the field, and fosters community through a national network.