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Ticket Types

Student Ticket
(per day)

Please write to submmitting proof of your student status.

1-Day Ticket

One-day ticket allows you the access to the conference either Monday 4th or Tuesday 5th, April 2022.

(Limited capacity: 70 seats each day)

2-Day Ticket

Access to the conference on both days, Monday 4th & Tuesday 5th, April 2022.

(Limited capacity: 110 seats)

Premium 2-Day Ticket

The Premium 2-Day Ticket includes:

  • Access during both days of the conference, Monday 4th & Tuesday 5th, April 2022, with priority seating.
  • A free copy of the publication “Notebook #8 – Talking Galleries 2020”
  • Access to the cocktail party with guest speakers on the evening of Monday 4th, April 2022
  • Access to preview the 2022 Whitney Biennial on Sunday 3rd, April 2022

(Limited capacity: 30 seats)

*Welcome pack in a branded tote bag is included in all types of tickets.

Any remaining tickets will be available for purchase the days of the symposium.

Covid Policy

According to our Venue’s Safety Protocols regarding Covid-19, these will be the established measures:

All attendees must show proof of full Covid-19 vaccination in order to gain entry to the venue.
Be prepared to present proof of vaccination upon arrival. Our staff will check vaccination cards and photo ID.

Acceptable forms of vaccination proof in addition to the Excelsior Pass and NYC Covid Safe app include:

  • CDC vaccination card, along with personal ID
  • A photocopy of your CDC vaccination card, along with personal ID
  • A digital photograph of your CDC vaccination card, along with personal ID
  • An official vaccination record, along with personal ID

If you have fever, chills, cough, muscle pains, headache, loss of taste or smell, or think you may have been exposed to COVID-19 prior to your visit, please contact us ( to arrange a full refund.

Everyone entering the venue must wear face coverings that cover both the nose and mouth. Attendees not wearing masks appropriately will not be allowed in the facility. Face masks with exhalation valves or vents and bandanas will not be permitted.

“It’s sort of the Davos of the art world when people can get together globally
and talk about issues facing the entire industry.”

Adam Sheffer, former PACE Gallery / Cheim & Read