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A Night of Spooky Animation At Equity Gallery
Oct
23
6:30 PM18:30

A Night of Spooky Animation At Equity Gallery

Join us at Equity Gallery to prepare for Halloween with a special screening series showcasing spooky animations! On Wednesday, October 23rd from 6:30-8:30, a selection of animated short films curated by artist and filmmaker Jordan Bruner will be shown at the gallery.

The screening will feature shorts by animators including:
James Bascara
Tom Brown
Jordan Bruner
Martha Colburn
Carlin Diaz
Frederic Doazan
Sean Donnelly
Eric Epstein
Jake Fried
Michaela Olsen
Nina Paley
Sofia Pashaei
Stas Santimov
Qieer Wang
Chadwick Whitehead
Zack Williams
Taili Wu

Come early and enjoy drinks, snacks, friends and costumes (if you like!)

Please note that there will be limited seating for this event!

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Art and Content I: Cycle #1 with Phoebe Hoban
Oct
28
6:30 PM18:30

Art and Content I: Cycle #1 with Phoebe Hoban

Art and Content is viewed as an extension of Dr. Charlotte Kent’s popular professional workshop series on articulating a distinct artistic identity. Here we focus on developing a clear concept and revising in response to critique. 

For the workshop’s Fall 2019 iteration, participants will present work as it relates to one of three overarching topics: Environment, Technology, or Community. In each session, participants will present a work (an image sent for a group slide show) to discuss with the group and an invited guest co-host.

 The guest co-host of the first cycle of the workshop on The guest co-hosts include Phoebe Hoban, arts journalist and biographer of Alice Neel and Jean-Michel Basquiat.

The workshop’s overarching aim is to aid the development of a cohesive body of work with publishable corollary artist statements (completed during the 2020 spring and summer season) for subsequent adjudicated exhibition opportunities with Equity Gallery. For more information, click here!

Please note that all current NYAE members are eligible for a promo code for discounted tickets. Contact info@nyartistsequity to access the promo code.

To purchase a ticket for all three sessions of the workshop, click the button below.

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Talk at the Society of Illustrators
Nov
8
6:30 PM18:30

Talk at the Society of Illustrators

In conjunction with the Illumination: Art of the Picture Book pop-up art fair at Equity Gallery, participating artists will be holding a talk at the Society of Illustrators.

The artists included in the talk are:

Maelle Doliveux

Daniel Zender

Pan Terzis

Austin English

David Sandlin

Dasha Tolstikova

Alain Corbel

MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON!

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Art and Content I: Cycle #2 with Peter Gynd
Nov
18
6:30 PM18:30

Art and Content I: Cycle #2 with Peter Gynd

Art and Content is viewed as an extension of Dr. Charlotte Kent’s popular professional workshop series on articulating a distinct artistic identity. Here we focus on developing a clear concept and revising in response to critique. 

For the workshop’s Fall 2019 iteration, participants will present work as it relates to one of three overarching topics: Environment, Technology, or Community. In each session, participants will present a work (an image sent for a group slide show) to discuss with the group and an invited guest co-host.

 The guest co-hosts is of the second cycle is Peter Gynd, director of Lesley Heller Gallery.

The workshop’s overarching aim is to aid the development of a cohesive body of work with publishable corollary artist statements (completed during the 2020 spring and summer season) for subsequent adjudicated exhibition opportunities with Equity Gallery. For more information, click here!

Please note that all current NYAE members are eligible for a promo code for discounted tickets. Contact info@nyartistsequity to access the promo code.

To purchase a ticket for all three sessions of the workshop, click the button below.

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Art and Content I: Cycle #3 with Co-Host Holly Hagar
Dec
16
6:30 PM18:30

Art and Content I: Cycle #3 with Co-Host Holly Hagar

Art and Content is viewed as an extension of Dr. Charlotte Kent’s popular professional workshop series on articulating a distinct artistic identity. Here we focus on developing a clear concept and revising in response to critique. 

For the workshop’s Fall 2019 iteration, participants will present work as it relates to one of three overarching topics: Environment, Technology, or Community. In each session, participants will present a work (an image sent for a group slide show) to discuss with the group and an invited guest co-host.

 The guest co-host of the third cycle of the workshop on Dec 16th is Holly Hagar, art collector and founder of the online art database Curatious.

The workshop’s overarching aim is to aid the development of a cohesive body of work with publishable corollary artist statements (completed during the 2020 spring and summer season) for subsequent adjudicated exhibition opportunities with Equity Gallery. For more information, click here!

Please note that all current NYAE members are eligible for a promo code for discounted tickets. Contact info@nyartistsequity to access the promo code.

To purchase a ticket for all three sessions of the workshop, click the button below.



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Urban Painting Club Meeting I: The Outside Figure
Oct
12
10:00 AM10:00

Urban Painting Club Meeting I: The Outside Figure

Urban Painting Club
Meeting I: The Outside Figure With Brooks Frederick

Oct 12, 2019
Sessions Hours: 
Session 1: 10 AM - 12 PM , Session 2: 1 PM - 3 PM
Registration fee: $50 members, $70 nonmembers

Re-situating painting as a social practice, Equity Gallery introduces a guided painting group open to all levels of practitioners interested in working communally. For its inaugural session, staged in the gallery’s courtyard, participants are invited to explore working directly from the clothed figure in an outdoor setting. Flexible “opt-in” instruction will be applicable to both representational and abstract painting approaches and will include demonstrations and an end of session critique. Color and spatial relationships will be considered in addition to planar construction and tonal modeling through direct observation. Participants interested in working on their own and/or taking advantage of the life model, and a community of fellow artists, are welcome to attend any portion of the morning or afternoon sessions. Recommended materials list available upon request. For further information, contact info@nyartistsequity.org.


About the Instructor:
Brooks Frederick is an internationally exhibited artist, educator, and a social activist. He was raised along the Gulf Coast, and lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. His recent body of paintings—made with oil and tar from the 2010 BP oil spill—have been exhibited widely and have inspired community activism against current environmental destruction. Brooks leads collective art making events to support the creative efforts of people of all backgrounds. He is an adjunct professor at Adelphi University and the founder of the South of France Painting Program in Ners, France

Rain Date TBD

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Body Ritual: Freedom and Form- Prose Reading
Sep
12
6:00 PM18:00

Body Ritual: Freedom and Form- Prose Reading

Join us on Thursday, September 12th, 6-8 PM for a prose reading connected to our current exhibition, Henning Haupt’s Body Ritual: Freedom and Form. Haupt will be joined by authors Mary McGrail and Lauren Sanders for an interpretive reading which incorporates elements of performance art.

For more information about the participants see the links below-

Henning Haupt- www.henninghaupt.com

Mary McGrail- www.marymcgrail.com

Lauren Sanders- www.laurenisanders.com

Please RSVP to info@nyartistsequity.org

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Monthly Artist Salon- Artist Talk with Henning Haupt
Sep
8
6:00 PM18:00

Monthly Artist Salon- Artist Talk with Henning Haupt

Join us on Sunday September 8th, 6-8 PM for an Artist Talk with Henning Haupt, the artist featured in Equity Gallery’s current solo exhibition Body Ritual: Freedom and Form. Haupt will discuss the themes of his work, including color space and architecture within an abstracted picture plane, alongside co-hosts Fran O’Neill, Hilary Lewis, and Hovey Brock.

For more information about the guest speakers, please find the links below:

Hovey Brock, Artist, Writer: https://www.hoveybrock.com/, https://brooklynrail.org/contributor/hovey-brock

Hilary Lewis, Chief Curator + Creative Director The Glass House: http://hilarylewis.com

Fran O’Neill, Artist: http://www.franoneill.com

The unofficial motto of French Enlightenment salons is politesse, civilité, honnêteté (politeness, civility, and honesty). The form is meant to be egalitarian with a horizontal distribution of power with a host who chooses guests and subject matter. 

Please RSVP to info@nyartistsequity.org

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Monthly Artist Salon: July- Grant and Residency Applications with Dr. Kent
Jul
31
6:00 PM18:00

Monthly Artist Salon: July- Grant and Residency Applications with Dr. Kent

Join us on the last Wednesday of every month for fantastic discussions at the forefront of artists issues today! Open to members and non-members of Artists Equity.

This iteration of the Salon will be an introduction to Grant and Residency Application writing hosted by Dr. Charlotte Kent. The grant and residency application process deters many because it involves so many documents and files. Understanding the expectations can help you put together a better application. This workshop will discuss what the component parts reveal about each applicant, how to present the project proposal, and why it takes so long to put it all together. In addition, we will discuss the importance of identifying which applications are appropriate for you.


The unofficial motto of French Enlightenment salons is politesse, civilité, honnêteté (politeness, civility, and honesty). The form is meant to be egalitarian with a horizontal distribution of power with a host who chooses guests and subject matter. 

Please RSVP to info@nyartistsequity.org

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"1984" Curator Talk and Slideshow
Jul
10
6:00 PM18:00

"1984" Curator Talk and Slideshow

 John Kelly and Hebe Joy, co-curators of Huck Synder's solo exhibition "1984", will present a talk on July 10th, accompanied by a carousal of images from the 1980s. Their words and images will contextualize Snyder's exhibitions and collaborative installations within NYC's downtown art and performance scene


Please RSVP to info@nyartistsequity.org if you're interested in coming.

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 NYAE Curatorial Workshop with Eric Sutphin- Session 3
Jun
26
6:00 PM18:00

NYAE Curatorial Workshop with Eric Sutphin- Session 3

NYAE Curatorial Workshop with Eric Sutphin- Session Equity Gallery is pleased to announce that the third iteration of Eric Sutphin's Curatorial Workshop is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, June 26th, at 6-8 PM. In this workshop, Sutphin will discuss different strategies for crafting a successful curatorial proposal and show, and the participants will collaborate to create an upcoming exhibition for Equity Gallery.

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The White Problem Artist Talk- Carla Repice and Robyne Walker Murphy
May
23
6:00 PM18:00

The White Problem Artist Talk- Carla Repice and Robyne Walker Murphy

Please join us at Equity Gallery on May 23rd, 6 PM- 7 PM, for a discussion about Carla Repice’s solo exhibition, The White Problem. The talk will pertain to Repice’s titular ongoing series of paintings and moderated by nationally recognized art and social justice educator and administrator Robyne Walker Murphy.

This event will also function as the premiere of Murphy’s essay on Repice’s body of work, which will be available as takeaways for attendees.

Please RSVP to info@nyartistsequity.org if you’re interested in coming!

About the Participants-

Robyne Walker Murphy is a nationally recognized art and social justice educator and administrator. In November 2016, she began her appointment as the new Executive Director of Groundswell. Robyne served as director of membership development and engagement at the National Guild for Community Arts Education, where she created the Guild’s first network for leaders of color in the arts, ALAANA (African, Latin, Asian, Arabic, Native American). Prior to the Guild, she served as the Director of the DreamYard Art Center for seven years. During that time she helped lead the organization through the development of arts and social justice programming and community engagement initiatives. Under her direction, DreamYard Art Center was recognized by the White House as one of the top 12 out of school programs in the nation. Her writing on social justice education has been featured in Teachers and Writers and Teaching Artist Guild magazines. She has delivered keynote addresses on liberatory education at the University of Chicago and the Seattle Museum of Art. Robyne resides in Brooklyn, NY with her husband, Tarik Murphy and her son, Ras.

Carla Repice is a first generation Italian American born to Southern Italian immigrants post-World War II. Repice received her MFA in performance art from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and studied painting and feminist theory with Rose Shakinovsky and Claire Gavronsky at The Lorenzo de Medici School of Art in Florence, Italy. She has shown her work at The deCordova Museum, MA; Pioneer Works, Brooklyn, NY; The San Diego Museum of Art, CA; The New York Historical Society, NY; The Radical Archives Conference organized by Mariam Ghani and Chitra Ganesh, NY; Trinity Church in the City of Boston, MA; and Five Myles, Brooklyn, NY. Her art and teaching practice has been written about in Art Journal Open, The New Yorker, The Boston Globe, Hyperallergic, Art Fag City, The Huffington Post and NPR. She was awarded residencies at Yaddo and SPACE at Ryder Farm in upstate New York in 2017. Repice founded and was the Artistic Director of The Bronx Art Collective, a nationally recognized social justice and visual arts program for high school youth at the DreamYard Art Center in the South Bronx. She is currently the Senior Manager of Education, Engagement & Interpretation at Bard Graduate Center.

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NYAE Curatorial Workshop with Eric Sutphin
May
22
6:00 PM18:00

NYAE Curatorial Workshop with Eric Sutphin

Equity Gallery is pleased to announce that the second iteration and continuation  of Eric Sutphin's Curatorial Workshop is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, May 22nd, at 6-8 PM. In this workshop, Sutphin will discuss different strategies for crafting a successful curatorial proposal and show, and the participants will collaborate to create an upcoming exhibition for Equity Gallery. 

Session 2 of Suphin’s Curatorial Workshop is an experiment in pragmatic and democratic curatorial practice. We will view and discuss the works you are proposing. Through a process of deliberation and voting, we'll come up with a curatorial premise based on the works you have selected. The exhibition will include approximately 50% member work and 50% juried (non-member) work. 

For Session 2 of the the workshop, please bring in images of 3 artworks that you would like to propose for inclusion into our curated show. One image should be your work, the second should be an emerging artist and the third should be an established artist. Since these works will be considered for the culminating show, they should all be accessible/available to include. 

We invite both attendees from the previous workshop and new attendees to sign up for this three-part workshop!


Please RSVP to info@nyartistsequity.org if you're interested in coming.

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Poetry Sunday- Maya Pindyck and Carla Repice
May
19
3:00 PM15:00

Poetry Sunday- Maya Pindyck and Carla Repice

Join us at Equity Gallery on Sunday, May 19th, 3-5 PM, for an afternoon poetry reading curated by NEA Literature Fellow Maya Pindyck in conjunction with Carla Repice's solo exhibition, The White Problem.  The reading will feature responses from five acclaimed poets, including Alondra UribeRachel Eliza GriffithsMaya Pindyck, Sarah Riggs, and Vincent Toro.

About the Participants-

Born in Puerto Rico, Alondra Uribe is a 17 year old spoken word artist and acting major at Theater Arts Production Company school. She won first place in the 2016 BronxWrites slam and has been a member of the Bronx Poetry Project at DreamYard for four years. She was a participant in the Alice Hoffman Young Writer’s Retreat at Adelphi University, and was the guest poet for the “Teaching For Black Lives” panel at the Schomburg Center. Alondra has also been the keynote poet for the New York City Department of Education Chancellor Richard Carranza at Carnegie Hall. Most recently she was a member of the 2018 Urban Word slam team, competing at Brave New Voices in Texas and placing in the Top 20 of the best poetry teams internationally. In the fall of 2018, Alondra traveled to Japan for the International Poetry Exchange Program with Ambassador Caroline Kennedy. Alondra has been a member of the program for two years, sharing her work with partners in Japan, South Korea and the Philippines. Alondra is always involved with her community and school, especially her high school musicals. She is currently rehearsing for “UrineTown The Musical” as Officer Lockstock.  

Maya Pindyck examines intersections of memory, feeling, and cultural spaces. A 2019 National Endowment for the Arts Literature Fellow, she is the author of the poetry collections Emoticoncert (Four Way Books, 2016) and Friend Among Stones (New Rivers Press, 2009), and a chapbook, Locket, Master (Poetry Society of America, 2006). She exhibits her interdisciplinary work widely and publishes her scholarship on creative practices, schooling, and social justice in various academic journals. In 2005, she co-founded an abortion story archive: Project Voice. Pindyck earned her PhD in English education from Columbia University's Teachers College, her MFA in poetry from Sarah Lawrence College, and her BA in studio art and philosophy from Connecticut College. She is an Assistant Professor and Director of the Writing Program at Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia.

Rachel Eliza Griffiths is a multi-media artist, poet, and writer. She received the MFA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College and is the recipient of numerous fellowships including Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center, Kimbilio, Cave Canem Foundation, Vermont Studio Center, Millay Colony, and Yaddo. Her literary and visual work has been widely published in journals, magazines, anthologies, and periodicals including The New Yorker, Virginia Quarterly Review, The Progressive, The Georgia Review, Gulf Coast, Callaloo, Poets & Writers, The New York Times, American Poetry Review, Los Angeles Review of Books, Guernica, The Writer’s Chronicle, Transition, American Poet, Mosaic, Indiana Review, Ecotone, Black Nature: Four Centuries of African American Nature Poetry, and many others. Griffiths is widely known for her literary portraits, fine art photography, and lyric videos. Her extensive video project, P.O.P (Poets on Poetry), an intimate series of micro-interviews, gathers nearly 100 contemporary poets in conversation, and is featured online by the Academy of American Poets. In 2015,  Griffiths was selected by the Poetry Society of America to curate the Poetry Walk, featuring the poetry of Octavio Paz, for the New York Botanical Garden's exhibit, Frida Kahlo: Art Garden Life. In 2011, Griffiths appeared in the first ever poetry issue of Oprah’s O Magazine. Griffiths is the author of Miracle Arrhythmia (Willow Books 2010) and The Requited Distance (The Sheep Meadow Press 2011). Griffiths’ third collection of poetry, Mule & Pear (New Issues Poetry & Prose 2011), was selected for the 2012 Inaugural Poetry Award by the Black Caucus of the American Library Association. Her most recent full-length poetry collection is Lighting the Shadow (Four Way Books 2015), which was a finalist for the 2015 Balcones Poetry Prize and the 2016 Phillis Wheatley Book Award in Poetry. Currently, Griffiths lives in New York.

Sarah Riggs is a writer, artist, filmmaker and translator, www.sarahriggs.org. She has published poetry books with 1913 Press, Burning Deck, Reality Street, Ugly Duckling Presse, Chax, Editions de l’attente, and Le Bleu du Ciel as well as chapbooks with Belladonna* and Contrat Maint, and critical essays with Routledge. Forthcoming are paintings in collaboration with Emily Wallis Hughes’ book of poetry, Sugar Factory, with Spuyten Duyvil in 2018, a show of drawings for Laynie Browne’s Amulet Sonnets (forthcoming also as a book with Solid Objects) and translations of Etel Adnan’s Time from the French with Nightboat forthcoming 2019. Producer of The Tangier 8 and director of Six Lives, Riggs is currently working on a film of New York dancer choreographers including Daria Faïn, Emily Johnson, and Douglas Dunn. She has taught at Columbia and NYU in Paris, as well as Pratt in Brooklyn, and is working with Mirene Arsanios on the web publication of “Footprint Zero,”a project of especially New York and Morocco-based artists responding to the environmental crisis, for of the non-profit Tamaas, www.tamaas.org

Vincent Toro is the author of “Stereo.Island.Mosaic.,” which won the Sawtooth Poetry Prize and The Poetry Society of America’s Norma Farber First Book Award. He has an MFA in poetry from Rutgers University and is a contributing editor for Kweli Literary Journal. He is recipient of a Poet’s House Emerging Poets Fellowship, a NYFA Fellowship in Poetry, and the Metlife Nuestras Voces Playwriting Award. A two time Pushcart Prize nominee and a finalist for the Allen Ginsberg Poetry Prize, the Alice James Book Award, the Andres Montoya Poetry Prize, and the Cecile De Jongh Literary Prize, Vincent’s poems have been published in The Buenos Aires Review, Codex, Duende, The Acentos Review, The Caribbean Writer, Rattle, The Cortland Review, Vinyl, Saul Williams’ CHORUS, and Best American Experimental Writing 2015. Vincent was an artist in residence at the Atlantic Center for the Arts in Florida and at Can Serrat in Spain. He is a Macondo Foundation writer and a board member for GlobalWrites, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting literacy through technology. Vincent teaches at Bronx Community College, is Writing Liaison at Cooper Union’s Saturday Program, and is a poet in the schools for The Dreamyard Project and the Dodge Poetry Foundation.

If you’re interested in attending, please RSVP to info@nyartistsequity.org 

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Dr. Kent's Art Pro Clinic- Forging an Artist's Identity in a Pluralist Market- Part 3
May
15
6:00 PM18:00

Dr. Kent's Art Pro Clinic- Forging an Artist's Identity in a Pluralist Market- Part 3

DR. KENT'S ART PRO CLINIC
Forging an Artist’s Identity in a Pluralist Market 

Wed., May 1st, 8th, and 15th: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

As part of a new workshop series at Equity Gallery, Charlotte Kent, PhD, is offering a special three-part Imagineering and writing clinic that focuses on the creative development of imagery and narratives that help shape a distinctive artistic identity for a vast, complex and mutable art market. The series takes the artists’ statement as both the beginning and end point of artistic discourse –and utilizes its myriad literary forms and communicative potentialities. Each session will be devoted to developing singular talking points unique to one’s studio practice by situating the work within a larger historical and critical context. Presentation models will assist in the translation and codification of talking points and curated imagery into compelling stories suitable for short social media posts, extended essay captions or long-form bios, artist statements and press releases. Lastly, the clinic will explore communication channels and networking platforms with the aim of developing channel appropriate text, imagery and verbal content to further advance one’s artistic identity.

Enrollment Limited to 20. Please note that one ticket is for all 3 sessions. Attendance to all 3 sessions is expected and encouraged. Please RSVP to info@nyartistsequity.com after purchasing your ticket. You will receive confirmation upon proof of purchase.

$25- Current Artist Equity Members Fee
$50- General Clinic Attendance Fee
$75- Clinic Plus Full Year Artist Equity Membership

FREE FOR STUDENT ASSOCIATE MEMBERS!

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Parallel Worlds Closing Tour with Marie-Dolma Chophel
May
11
3:00 PM15:00

Parallel Worlds Closing Tour with Marie-Dolma Chophel

Artist Marie-Dolma Chophel will be hosting a gallery tour on Saturday, May 11th, 3-5 PM, to close out Parallel Worlds, her solo exhibition at Equity Gallery! Chophel will personally take guests around the gallery and answer questions about her work and artistic processes. Refreshments will be served.

If interested in attending, please RSVP to info@nyartistsequity.org

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Monthly Artist Salon- April
Apr
24
6:30 PM18:30

Monthly Artist Salon- April

Join us on the last Wednesday of every month for fantastic discussions at the forefront of artists issues today! Open to members and non-members of Artists Equity.

The unofficial motto of French Enlightenment salons is politesse, civilité, honnêteté (politeness, civility, and honesty). The form is meant to be egalitarian with a horizontal distribution of power with a host who chooses guests and subject matter. 

Please RSVP to info@nyartistsequity.org

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Monthly Artist Salon- March
Mar
27
6:30 PM18:30

Monthly Artist Salon- March

Join us on the last Wednesday of every month for fantastic discussions at the forefront of artists issues today! Open to members and non-members of Artists Equity.

The unofficial motto of French Enlightenment salons is politesse, civilité, honnêteté (politeness, civility, and honesty). The form is meant to be egalitarian with a horizontal distribution of power with a host who chooses guests and subject matter. 

Please RSVP to info@nyartistsequity.org

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Artist Talk with Echoes Artists  Jo Confino, Laurel Marx, and Paz Perlman
Mar
16
4:00 PM16:00

Artist Talk with Echoes Artists Jo Confino, Laurel Marx, and Paz Perlman

Please join us at Equity Gallery on Saturday March 16th from 4:00-6:00 PM for an artist talk between exhibiting artists Jo Confino, Laurel Marx, , and Paz Perlman to discuss, celebrate, and close out the current show, Echoes.

To RSVP, please send an email to info@nyartistsequity.org with the subject line, “Echoes Artist Talk.”

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Members Gallery Visit with Artist Fran O'Neill
Mar
16
11:00 AM11:00

Members Gallery Visit with Artist Fran O'Neill

On Saturday, Mar. 16th from 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM, artist Fran O'Neill will be graciously hosting an exclusive gallery visit for New York Artists Equity members to her solo show Divergence at Sears Peyton Gallery! This is the first in a brand new series of programming where artists affiliated with Equity Gallery will give intimate tours of their exhibitions and other professional ventures. This not only provides access for members to acquire first- hand knowledge of crafting an exhibition and different artistic processes, but an opportunity to privately tour some of the most engaging shows in all of NYC!

This event has a limited attendance of 20 people. If interested in coming to the Members Gallery Visit, please RSVP toinfo@nyartistsequity.org

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NYAE Art on Paper Cultural Partnership
Mar
7
to Mar 10

NYAE Art on Paper Cultural Partnership

Free Fair Passes From Our Cultural Partners!

Art on Paper returns to Manhattan's Pier 36 from March 7 through 10th for its fifth edition, with eighty-eight galleries featuring top modern and contemporary paper-based art. Art on Paper's medium-driven focus lends itself to significant projects - unique moments that have set the fair apart and established an important destination for the arts in New York City. 

As part of a Cultural Partnership with Art on Paper, all current members of NYAE are eligible for a Complimentary VIP Pass to Art on Paper. These passes provide entry for you and a guest, beginning with the VIP Preview on Thursday evening, March 7, and includes admission to the fair all weekend long, including access to the VIP Lounge.

If you are a member and interested, contact us at info@nyartistsequity.org to request the VIP pass link! 


To learn more, visit thepaperfair.com.

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Copy of Monthly Artist Salon- February
Feb
27
6:30 PM18:30

Copy of Monthly Artist Salon- February

Join us on the last Wednesday of every month for fantastic discussions at the forefront of artists issues today! Open to members and non-members of Artists Equity.

The unofficial motto of French Enlightenment salons is politesse, civilité, honnêteté (politeness, civility, and honesty). The form is meant to be egalitarian with a horizontal distribution of power with a host who chooses guests and subject matter. 

Please RSVP to info@nyartistsequity.org

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Artist Talk: Hyeseung Marriage Song in Conversation with Courtney L. Jordan
Feb
15
6:30 PM18:30

Artist Talk: Hyeseung Marriage Song in Conversation with Courtney L. Jordan

Please join us at Equity Gallery on Friday, February 15th from 6:30-8:30 PM for an artist talk between Hyeseung Marriage-Song, the artist featured in our current exhibition, Modern Prometheus, and Artists Network writer Courtney L. Jordan. Refreshments will be served.

To RSVP, please send an email to info@nyartistsequity.org with the subject line, “Feb. 15th Artist Talk.”

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Monthly Artist Salon- January
Jan
30
6:30 PM18:30

Monthly Artist Salon- January

Join us on the last Wednesday of every month for fantastic discussions at the forefront of artists issues today! Open to members and non-members of Artists Equity.

The unofficial motto of French Enlightenment salons is politesse, civilité, honnêteté (politeness, civility, and honesty). The form is meant to be egalitarian with a horizontal distribution of power with a host who chooses guests and subject matter. 

Please RSVP to info@nyartistsequity.org

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Monthly Artist Salon- November
Nov
28
6:30 PM18:30

Monthly Artist Salon- November

Join us on the last Wednesday of every month for fantastic discussions at the forefront of artists issues today! Open to members and non-members of Artists Equity.

The unofficial motto of French Enlightenment salons is politesse, civilité, honnêteté (politeness, civility, and honesty). The form is meant to be egalitarian with a horizontal distribution of power with a host who chooses guests and subject matter. 

Please RSVP to info@nyartistsequity.org

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Cadences- Artist Talk and Q&A Panel
Nov
17
3:00 PM15:00

Cadences- Artist Talk and Q&A Panel

Please join us at Equity Gallery on Saturday, November 17th, from 3 PM- 5 PM, for an special artist talk pertaining to our current ongoing exhibition, Cadences! The talk will feature a Q&A panel with exhibiting artists Elizabeth Gilfilen and Molly Herman, and will be moderated by Cadences’ curator and Equity Gallery’s Executive Director, Michael Gormley. Refreshments will be served!

To RSVP, please send an email to info@nyartistsequity.org with the subject line, “Cadences Artist Talk.”

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Monthly Artist Salon- October
Oct
24
6:30 PM18:30

Monthly Artist Salon- October

Join us every month for fantastic discussions at the forefront of artists issues today! Open to members and non-members of Artists Equity.

The unofficial motto of French Enlightenment salons is politesse, civilité, honnêteté (politeness, civility, and honesty). The form is meant to be egalitarian with a horizontal distribution of power with a host who chooses guests and subject matter. 

Please RSVP to info@nyartistsequity.org

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Memory Palace- Artist Talk and Q&A Panel
Oct
12
6:00 PM18:00

Memory Palace- Artist Talk and Q&A Panel

Please join us at Equity Gallery for an artist talk on October 12th, from 6 PM- 8 PM, to close out our current ongoing group exhibition, Memory Palace! The talk will include a Q&A panel with two of the exhibiting artists, Audrée Anid and Kelly Olshan, and will be moderated by Memory Palace’s curator, Margot Yale.

To RSVP, please send an email to info@nyartistsequity.org with the subject line, “Memory Palace Artist Talk.”

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Monthly Artist Salon- September
Sep
26
6:30 PM18:30

Monthly Artist Salon- September

Join us on the last Wednesday of every month for fantastic discussions at the forefront of artists issues today! Open to members and non-members of Artists Equity.

The unofficial motto of French Enlightenment salons is politesse, civilité, honnêteté (politeness, civility, and honesty). The form is meant to be egalitarian with a horizontal distribution of power with a host who chooses guests and subject matter. 

Please RSVP to info@nyartistsequity.org

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Monthly Artist Salon- July
Jul
25
6:30 PM18:30

Monthly Artist Salon- July

Join us on the last Wednesday of every month for fantastic discussions at the forefront of artists issues today! Open to members and non-members of Artists Equity.

The unofficial motto of French Enlightenment salons is politesse, civilité, honnêteté (politeness, civility, and honesty). The form is meant to be egalitarian with a horizontal distribution of power with a host who chooses guests and subject matter. 

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Monthly Artist Salon- June
Jun
27
6:30 PM18:30

Monthly Artist Salon- June

Join us on the last Wednesday of every month for fantastic discussions at the forefront of artists issues today! Open to members and non-members of Artists Equity.

The unofficial motto of French Enlightenment salons is politesse, civilité, honnêteté (politeness, civility, and honesty). The form is meant to be egalitarian with a horizontal distribution of power with a host who chooses guests and subject matter. 

Please RSVP to info@nyartistsequity.org

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Monthly Artist Salon- May
May
30
6:30 PM18:30

Monthly Artist Salon- May

Join us on the last Wednesday of every month for fantastic discussions at the forefront of artists issues today! Open to members and non-members of Artists Equity.

The unofficial motto of French Enlightenment salons is politesse, civilité, honnêteté (politeness, civility, and honesty). The form is meant to be egalitarian with a horizontal distribution of power with a host who chooses guests and subject matter. 

Please RSVP to info@nyartistsequity.org

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Apr
25
6:30 PM18:30

Monthly Artists Salon

Join us on the last Wednesday of every month for fantastic discussions at the forefront of artists issues today! Open to members and non-members of Artists Equity.

The unofficial motto of French Enlightenment salons is politesse, civilité, honnêteté (politeness, civility, and honesty). The form is meant to be egalitarian with a horizontal distribution of power with a host who chooses guests and subject matter. 

Please RSVP to info@nyartistsequity.org

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