A Year of Special Events Marking a Century of Inspiration in Greenwich Village
Salmagundi artists and patrons have shaped the history of American art over the last 100 years, from Winslow Homer to Edward Hopper and beyond. This November, our Club marks 100 years at 47 Fifth Avenue with a growing program of special events and celebrations.
Click HERE to read "A Centennial in the Hallowed Halls of Salmagundi" as featured in Western Art & Architecture.
Save These Dates: More Programs to be Added
Opening Gala: Friday, Nov. 3rd
Wear your best festive attire! Enjoy live music, food and beverage throughout the clubhouse. And don't miss the unveiling and sale of the Mystery Palettes at 8:00 p.m. It's a rare chance to buy original work by nationally recognized artists for a ridiculously low price, with proceeds benefitting the Club. Be on time – the sale goes quickly.
Festival at 47 Fifth: Saturday, Nov. 4th
Join Don Demers at 11AM as he speaks about the significance of Salmagundi Club's building and how it has contributed to life and art within the club. Enjoy an afternoon panel discussion at 2PM about the arts, moderated by Fine Art Connoisseur editor-in-chief Peter Trippi. The Dining Room will be open for lunch!
American Romanticism: Wednesday, Nov. 8th
Washington Irving, whose "Rip Van Winkle" and other stories inspired American Romanticism, is the subject of a new documentary exclusively screened for Club members.
Centennial Armed Forces Tribute: Friday, Nov. 17th
Join Jim Thompson for a special presentation of "Salmagundi Illustrators of World War I."
Annual Thumb-Box Exhibition & Sale. Dec. 4th through Jan. 1, 2018
Bigger than ever sale so small works in both galleries.
SCNY Centennial Membership Meeting: Thursday, Dec. 7
Enjoy the Dining Room's special menu, with Salmagundi Stew at 1917 prices.
Holiday Brunch and Open House: Sunday, Dec. 10th
Celebrate the Salmagundi century with Brunch and an Open House.
More to Come!
Welcome the Next 100 Years!