2018 David Rockefeller Lecture featuring artist Jeff Koons

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Reception 5:30 p.m.
Lecture 6:30 p.m.

NYIT (New York Institute of Technology) Auditorium on Broadway
1855 Broadway, New York, NY 10023

Tickets cost $35. Seating is limited.

Registration is now closed. Tickets will be sold at the door, pending availability.

The Lecture will also feature Laurent Gaveau, Head of Google Arts & Culture Lab

About the Lecture

The David Rockefeller Lecture on arts and business is an annual lecture in New York City featuring prominent business leaders addressing the vital connection between the arts and business. The Lecture is named for David Rockefeller, founder of the Business Committee for the Arts for the Americans for the Arts program and former Chairman and CEO of Chase Manhattan Corporation. This ongoing lecture series was created to advance Rockefeller’s belief that the arts are essential to free enterprise and human achievement, and to encourage businesses to form alliances with the arts as an expression of their broader responsibility to their communities.

Americans for the Arts has a core belief that when the arts and businesses partner, everyone profits, and this belief is carried through our programs including the Business Committee for the Arts, pARTnership Movement campaign, and professional development and communications strategies reaching arts and business leaders alike.

For questions contact bca@artsusa.org or call 212.223.2787 x1116. Information about previous Rockefeller Lectures can be found on our archive page.