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DELVE Gathering: Creating Change

  • CUE Art Foundation 137 West 25th Street New York, NY, 10001 United States (map)

Join DELVE for artist talks, activated networking and discussion at CUE Art Foundation on Tuesday, June 26th from 7-9pm.

Tickets: $10 *space is limited

DELVE Gatherings are rooted in the desire to build a strong, supportive community around art, artists and contemporary issues. The theme we will be exploring this year is Creating Change. Quiet or loud, social practice to solo studio painting, emerging to established, an artist’s voice is crucial to highlighting and synthesizing our human experience. We are interested in the critical eye and what it reveals, whether it’s a subtle visual pun or a loud, public proclamation. Art that comes from personal experience or a sense of civil responsibility resonates strongly, and has the power to activate society and potentially reimagine its structure.

We welcome all to join us for discussion, talking, creating, and inspiration.

DELVE is an educational platform that helps artists to tell their unique stories and establish a clear, genuine and powerful presence in the world: online, in person and in writing. Our mission is to help our peers – artists – reach their goals by creating community, empowering each other with practical knowledge, and to inspiring us all to take action on projects that truly matter. DELVE was founded by two artists, Sara Jones, a painter, and Andrea Wenglowskyj, a photographer. They met in graduate school at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston in 2004 and have been collaborating on projects to support artists ever since.


Jeff Bergman is a writer, art dealer and curator in New York. He is a Director at Pace Prints. In 2016, he became the founding reader of an ongoing Teach In at Trump Tower. His art newsletter Atlas is in its fifth year. 

Katrina Majkut (My’kut) is a visual artist and author living and working in Brooklyn, New York. She is dedicated to understanding how social traditions affect civil rights through embroidery and writing. She exhibits her cross-stitched artwork nationally, often at U.S. colleges, where she constructively engages with students about politics, women’s health, social practices and art as activism.