The ICA Women’s Luncheon has sold out. Please contact for inquires about single tickets or to be added to the waitlist.

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. The Annual Women’s Luncheon is centered on community and conversation and brings new perspectives, expertise, resources, and energy to the ICA. This year, the ICA Annual Women’s Luncheon returns, with a live conversation between special guests, Dr. Ayoka Chenzira, Division Chair for the Arts at Spelman College, and Crystal Williams, President of The Rhode Island School of Design.

Host Committee

Less Arnold, Lori Baldwin, Adelle Chang, Nicole Conlon, Sarah Delaney, Fotene Demoulas, Jennifer Epstein, Erica Gervais Pappendick , Abigail Goodman, Robin Hauck, Charla Jones, Lisa Lebovitz, Tristin Mannion, Michelle Morphew, Leslie Riedel, Jessie Rubenstein, Holly Safford, Beth Schlager, Cora Towne, Charlotte Wagner, Charlotte Zawel


Sponsorship levels

Lead Sponsor $5,000

  • Table for 12 at the 2022 Women’s Luncheon
  • Recognition (including logo) in all collateral and digital communications*
  • Most prominent table placement at the Luncheon

Event Sponsor $2,500

  • Table for 10 at the 2022 Women’s Luncheon
  • Recognition (including logo) in all collateral and digital communications*
  • Prominent table placement at the Luncheon

Individual Ticket $250

  • Ticket for one to the 2022 Women’s Luncheon


Thank You



Fotene Demoulas

Leslie Riedel

Charlotte Wagner




CUBE, MaxMara, CTA, Posman Books logos

Less Arnold

Lori Baldwin

Adelle Chang

Nicole Conlon and
Allison Mazer

Jennifer Epstein

Abigail Goodman

Charla Jones

Lisa Lebovitz and
Beth Schlager

Tristin Mannion

Max Mara

Michelle Morphew and
Catherine Truman Architects

Posman Books

Jessie Rubenstein

Holly Safford


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With questions, please contact the Development Office at 617-478-3147 or

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 Women’s Luncheon.