The Society of the Four Arts: History and Legacy nominated

We’re pleased to share the news that “THE SOCIETY OF THE FOUR ARTS: History and  Legacy” has been chosen as a Finalist by the 2018 Next Generation Indie Book Awards.  As the largest not-for-profit awards program honoring independently published books, The Next Generation Indie Book Awards was established to recognize and honor the most exceptional independently published books … Read more

Four Arts Announces New Speaker Series Featuring Prominent Historians

The Society of the Four Arts announces a new lecture series featuring nationally recognized historians Joseph Ellis, Gordon Wood, Ron Chernow, David McCullough and Lynne Cheney. The program, entitled “The Founders and Us: The Relevance of Our Origins,” begins January 5, 2017. Tickets are available now. “The Founders and Us: The Relevance of our Origins” … Read more

Diana Sculpture finds a new home in the Four Arts Gardens

The Society of the Four Arts has added a well-known piece of artwork to its Philip Hulitar Sculpture Garden. “Diana,” a replica of the iconic sculpture by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, was the gift of longtime supporters and trustees Miranda and Robert Donnelley, who gave the sculpture to honor Nancy Mato for her thirty years of service as … Read more

Gallery: Four Arts Contemporaries Gallery Walk

On Thursday, October 15 more than 70 young supporters of the Four Arts came out for the first Contemporaries event of the season, a gallery walk that took the group down Worth Avenue to view exhibitions from DTR Modern Galleries, Gavlak Gallery and Mark Borghi Fine Art. Following the event, the Contemporaries ended the evening with … Read more

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