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Director’s Circle

The Director’s Circle is Public Art Fund’s premier patron group that provides its Members with unique opportunities to engage with art and artists. Members enjoy special exclusive access to studio visits with artists, private collections, exhibition openings, art fairs, and more.

Past events have included: an intimate dinner with Jeff Koons, studio visits with Farah Al Qasimi, Sam Moyer, Sarah Sze, and Hank Willis Thomas, and a curator-led walkthrough of member: Pope.L, 1978-2001 at the Museum of Modern Art. This season, programs will take place in-person as well as virtually.

The annual membership dues support Public Art Fund’s remarkable exhibition program across New York City.

Director's Circle


  • Invitations to curator-led tours of museums and cultural institutions, artist studios, private collections, and galleries
  • Invitations to VIP previews and receptions for select Public Art Fund exhibitions
  • Priority access to Public Art Fund’s travel program (on hold)
  • Complimentary VIP passes to select art fairs
  • VIP access to Public Art Fund Talks at The Cooper Union
  • First choice access to Public Art Fund artist editions
  • A subscription to and listing in Public Art Fund’s Annual Magazine

Director's Circle+


  • All the benefits at the $5,000 level PLUS
  • Invitations to Public Art Fund exhibition opening luncheons and dinners with the artist

UAP is the official partner of the 2021 Director’s Circle.

To learn more about the Director’s Circle, please contact [email protected].


As a non-profit organization, Public Art Fund relies on contributions from individuals, corporations, and foundations to make extraordinary public art available and accessible to audiences of all ages and backgrounds—at absolutely no charge! Gifts at every level make a difference and are 100% tax-deductible. Thank you for supporting public art!

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