Feeding the Arts: Kate Bellin '02

Mon, Nov 1, 2021, 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm
Audience: 
Graduate Students
Undergraduate Students

Join Kate Bellin '02, whose consulting firm advises clients in the procurement of art and in the cultivation of their art collections, for a career conversation about situating oneself as a professional in the New York City Gallery world and as a player in the Global Art Market.

This event is part of the Feeding the Arts series presented by the Center for Career Development and the Lewis Center for the Arts, providing students an opportunity for an intimate, in-person dialogue with alumni who have taken unique paths in pursuing creative careers.

A light dinner will be served.

Space is limited. Registration in Handshake is required.  

Founder and Principal Kate Bellin at Kate Bellin Contemporary has contributed several years of research to the Jasper Johns Catalogue Raisonné of Painting and Sculpture, and she has worked for institutions such as Acquavella Galleries in New York City and the Parrish Museum in Southampton, New York. Kate Bellin Contemporary advises clients in the procurement of art and in the cultivation of their art collections. 

Kate sits on the Board of Directors of the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) and is a member of the Alumni Council Executive Committee at Princeton University, where she is President of her Class. She also serves on the PICS (Princeton Internships in Civic Service) Advisory Council. She is a founding member of MoMA’s Family Council, a member of the Guggenheim Museum's Learning Through Art Leadership Committee, and a Contributing Editor at Domino magazine. She received her MA in Modern Art, Connoisseurship and the History of the Art Market at Christie’s New York where she was Valedictorian of her class. She graduated cum laude from Princeton.

Please note: Alumni carve time out of their busy schedules to support students. Please be considerate of their generosity by honoring your RSVP to the event