3 Special Features You Won’t Want to Miss at the New York Affordable Art Fair This Fall
The city's most approachable fair is back with a few new tricks.
The Affordable Art Fair might be New York’s most approachable fair. The biannual event is back for its fall edition this September with fun new features like stroller hours, when the little ones have a chance to look at (but not touch) the art.
There’s a lot more on the horizon for this edition, too. Check out the novel offerings below.
An Exhibition of Emerging Ceramics Artists in Collaboration with Teachers College, Columbia University
A Mid-Morning Hour Devoted to Art and Design Professionals
Lunch Time Talks (That Come With Food!)
Get your lunch with a little art-world guru-ism on the side. This series of mid-day talks brings together industry leaders for conversations about some of the more pertinent topics of today’s art world. Boxed lunches will be provided. Our recommendations include Thursday’s talk with the Female Design Council (FDC), where successful designers, art advisors, and working artists will share stories from the field, along with Friday’s panel featuring the Black Artists + Designers Guild, which will examine the ways art and design define contemporary culture and build a historic legacy.
A Private View will take place on September 25, 6pm–9pm. The Affordable Art Fair will take place September 26 through 29 at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York.
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