The AWAD Global Chapter May meeting is taking place on Monday 22nd May.
Time: 11am-12.30pm PST / 2-3.30pm EST / 7-8.30pm GMT.
GUEST SPEAKER: TBC
AWAD’s CEO, Susan Mumford will run the meeting of the AWAD Global Chapter, open to Women Art Dealers (including gallerists, art dealers, art consultants and art advisors) from all over the world. As the meeting will take place online, you can attend from anywhere that has reliable internet access.
To attend click here to book – Note you will receive confirmation of your booking from eventbrite as soon as you book but you will NOT receive the link to attend until one day prior to the meeting (in addition to a reminder approx. 2 hours prior to the meeting).
About the AWAD Global Chapter
The Association of Women Art Dealers is piloting a Global Chapter.
This will be an entirely online monthly meeting, with a focus of supporting women art dealers who are not able to attend London and New York meetings and events. Art dealers are spread far and wide around the globe, and AWAD is keen to support women art dealers regardless of location. Notably, our mission is to support and facilitate business and enable collaboration between women art dealers.
- The Global Chapter was launched in 2016, with meetings chaired by AWAD Founder & CEO Susan Mumford.
- As with existing chapters, visitors are welcome to attend once prior to committing to join the association. During the pilot phase (set to complete end of 2017), visitors may attend for up to three times before applying for Membership.
- AWAD reserves the right to vet attendees to ensure all visitors fulfil the requirements for AWAD Membership.
- All current AWAD Members are welcome to attend these online sessions during the pilot period.
- Susan will provide key information on AWAD and will facilitate a roundtable style conversation for all attendees, in which they are able to grow their dealer network while providing one another ideas in a collaborative fashion. Once the pilot phase is underway, guest speakers will attend meetings to provide insight for art dealers’ ongoing professional development, with subjects ranging from contracts to working with interior designers.