Each year, the ICA welcomes a dynamic and inspiring group of philanthropists—a new community of patrons and advocates, alongside long-term friends of the museum—to celebrate our shared commitment to amplify the work and voices of women artists, leaders, philanthropists, and educators on a local, national, and international level. This year, the ICA Annual Women’s Luncheon is going virtual, with a live conversation between Mannion Family Curator Ruth Erickson and critically acclaimed artist Tschabalala Self.

Enjoy a beautiful lunch menu prepared by The Catered Affair, available for home delivery or pickup at the ICA. Place your order

Self is at the forefront of a generation of young artists who are advancing new modes of figurative painting that center African American selfhood and intersectional identities. The ICA is honored to support this artist and public access to her work, and to provide the very special experience of hearing directly from her live at this year’s event. 

Host Committee

Less Arnold, Nancy Benchoff, Annie Schneidman Coleman, Jennifer Epstein, Georgia Feldman, Ilana Finley, Abigail Goodman, Hilary Grove, Robin Hauck, Charla Jones, Kristina Lazos, Lisa Lebovitz, Georgia Lee, Natalie Lemle, Dell Mitchell, Michelle Morphew, Kate Murtagh, Monique Nerrow, Jessica Marks Rubenstein, Holly Safford, Charlotte Wagner, Nicole Zatlyn
 

Sponsorship levels

Lead Sponsor  $5,000

  • Twelve invitations to the Virtual 2020 Women’s Luncheon
  • Recognition (including logo) in all digital communications

Event Sponsor  $2,500

  • Ten invitations to the Virtual 2020 Women’s Luncheon  
  • Recognition (including logo) in all digital communications

Individual Ticket  $250

  • One invitation to the Virtual 2020 Women’s Luncheon

 

The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization (tax ID: 04-2104327). No goods or services will be provided in consideration of voluntary contributions toward the Virtual Women’s Luncheon.

Presenting sponsor of women artists at the ICA

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First Republic Bank supports virtual programs at the ICA

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Official Hotel Partner

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Tschabalala Self: Out of Body is presented by Max Mara. 

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This project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Additional support is generously provided by Fotene Demoulas and Tom Coté, Ted Pappendick and Erica Gervais Pappendick, The Coby Foundation, Ltd, and the Jennifer Epstein Fund for Women Artists.
 

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