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An Artist At The Table

Sundance Film Festival Opening Night Celebration

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For the past decade, Sundance Institute’s signature benefit has connected fierce independent artists and brave audiences who together embrace original, audacious, and deeply personal stories. Join us on Thursday, January 24th as we celebrate the 10th anniversary of An Artist at the Table and champion the next generation of groundbreaking voices.

An Artist at the Table kicked off the 2019 Sundance Film Festival with the world premiere at Eccles Theatre of Bart Freundlich's After the Wedding, a mesmerizing family drama starring Julianne Moore, Michelle Williams, and Billy Crudup. Following the film screening, guests enjoyed a seated dinner at Park City’s Utah Film Studios in the company of over 65 artists. Over the course of the evening, guests heard from Ava DuVernay, Boots Riley, Awkwafina, and Glenn Close about the risks they’ve taken as artists to create their work and to share their unique voices. Experience this milestone event by viewing the photo gallery in the link below:

Event Photos

SUPPORT RISK TAKERS

This year, through the generosity and patronage of our community of supporters and event attendees, we raised more than ever before—$1 million to support the next generation of independent voices, which enables us to continue championing diverse artists to experiment, take risks, and realize their unique visions.

To join our efforts and make a contribution that will have a lasting impact on our artist programs, enter an amount below:

SUPPORT

Artists

We are excited to highlight the artists who joined us for this special evening. These visionary filmmakers, playwrights, actors, and musicians have challenged us, connected us, bothered us, inspired us; they’ve transformed our understanding of the world with their unique voices and deeply resonant stories.

Attending Artists


Generous Supporters

Presenting Sponsor

Major Sponsor

In-Kind Partnerships
Decoration Inc.
Legacy Video Productions
LUX Catering & Events
Nicholas & Company, Inc.
V. Project

Event Chairs
Ava DuVernay
Shari Levitin
Pat Mitchell
Amy Redford
Jared Ruga
Jim and Susan Swartz

Anniversary Committee:
Peggy Bergmann
Kenneth Cole and Maria Cuomo Cole
Richard Desich Family
Jeanne Donovan Fisher
Ava DuVernay, Co-Chair
Lisa Eccles, President and COO, George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation
Katie Eldridge
Phil Engelhorn and Cameron Yates
Nina and David Fialkow
Diane and Hutch Foster
Eric Hermann and Susan Fredston-Hermann
Nancy and Dave Garrison
Donna and Kevin Gruneich
Kathleen Hagen
Bill and Ruth Ann Harnisch - The Harnisch Foundation
Margaret Jacobs
Shari Levitin, Co-Chair
Tina Lewis
Pat Mitchell, Co-Chair
Rory Murphy
Impact Partners
Gigi Pritzker
Amy Redford, Co-Chair
Jared Ruga, Co-Chair
Nadine Schiff-Rosen and Fredric D. Rosen
Lincoln Shurtz, President, Legislative Insight Consulting
Rhonda Sideris
Jim and Susan Swartz, Co-Chair
Jacki and Greg Zehner

Director's Tables:
Adobe Inc
Clearlink
Domo Inc
Jeanne Donovan Fisher
Phil Engelhorn and Cameron Yates
Nina and David Fialkow
Impact Partners
Jim and Susan Swartz
Vavani

Patron Tables:
Kenneth Cole and Maria Cuomo Cole
Matthew Clyde
Lakeview Productions and Talu Productions
LightSpeed VT
Gigi Pritzker and Madison Wells Media
Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Utah
Robina Riccitiello
Mike and Ellen Rosenberg
Jon and Marcia Rowley
Ed and Betsy Wallace - Godycki
Jacki and Greg Zehner



About Your Contribution

The Sundance Film Festival is one of the many programs offered by the nonprofit Sundance Institute. Your ticket purchase to the Sundance Film Festival’s An Artist at the Table event includes a contribution to Sundance Institute and directly supports independent artists around the world throughout the year. Working to advance the impact of artists and their work in society, the Institute discovers, supports, and inspires independent film and theatre artists from the United States and around the world, and introduces new audiences to their work. Through all of its activities, the Institute fosters originality, authenticity, and diversity in storytelling.

Beyond the Sundance Film Festival, Sundance Institute's programs include the Feature Film Program, Documentary Film Program , Short Film Tour , Film Music Program, Theatre Program, Native American and Indigenous Program , New Frontier , Creative Producing Program , Episodic Program , Ignite, Catalyst Initiative, Outreach and Inclusion Department , Creative Distribution Initiative , and Women at Sundance , in addition to free community programs and a variety of opportunities for high school and university students.

To reserve your tickets or request additional information, please contact us at (435) 575-8079 or artistatthetable@sundance.org.

Gifts to Sundance Institute are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.