Program Information

Curator and historian Lisa White, lecturing to an audience in Boston

Curator and historian Lisa White, addressing Royal Oak members in Boston

Welcome to the online home of The Royal Oak Foundation’s Fall 2017 Lectures, Tours, Receptions and Study Visits.

All visitors to the website wishing to order lecture reservations will be prompted to activate your Profile. If you have ever made a purchase on our website, select ‘Activate Your Profile’ and have your household’s primary email address and zip code ready.

If you have already activated your profile, select ‘Log-In.’

If you are new to our website, please select ‘Create a Profile.’

To activate your Profile, click here: https://www.royal-oak.org/profile

We are thrilled to welcome Christina de Gersdorff to the Royal Oak team! After graduating from Union College with a degree in Art History and German, Christina worked at the Trustees of Reservations in Massachusetts before moving back to New York to get her master’s degree in Art History. Christina most recently worked in the American Art department at Christie’s and brings her fantastic event planning and research skills to plan Royal Oak programs.

Royal Oak Foundation Members:

If you are a current Royal Oak Foundation member, you will enjoy enhanced lecture benefits. Signing in to your profile will unlock the discounted member price. You will still be able to purchase the number of discounted member reservations entitled to you based on your membership level except for certain smaller tours, where availability is limited. Royal Oak members will also be able to buy additional standard price reservations.

Co-sponsor Members:

Co-sponsor members will continue to enjoy the discounted ROF member price for specific lectures. Entering your co-sponsor code (provided by your co-sponsoring organization) will unlock the discounted price. Before you can checkout you will be prompted to activate your profile.

Standard price reservations will continue to be available to everyone based on availability.

For More Information:

For questions regarding your Profile please write to profiles@royal-oak.org or call us at (212) 480-2889 ext. 200 or 800-913-6565 ext. 200.

Sincere Thanks to Our Principal Sponsors for The Drue Heinz Lectures

The Royal Oak Foundation’s national program of lectures is made possible by the continued generosity of the Drue Heinz Trust, our lead sponsor for the past 24 years. The committed support of the Drue Heinz Trust enables us to maintain a high quality of programming each season and for this we are deeply appreciative. For the Fall 2017 season we also gratefully acknowledge additional support for The Drue Heinz Lectures from the Marian Meaker Apteckar Foundation and an Anonymous Donor.

Members enjoy a walking tour of Teardrop Park in Battery Park City, New York with architectural historian Matt Postal

Fall 2017 Corporate Lecture Support

We acknowledge FREEMAN’s for corporate support of the Royal Oak lectures in Philadelphia, Washington DC, and Boston; and Arader Galleries for hosting our lectures in San Francisco. We remain grateful to Holland and Company, Atlanta Decorative Arts Center, and Spalding Nix Fine Art for their assistance and gracious hospitality in hosting our Atlanta lectures.

 

 

Reduced Pricing for Students and Young Professionals

The Royal Oak Foundation is pleased to offer a limited number of reduced-price lecture tickets to our Student and Young Professional members (ages 13 to 29).

S/YP Members enjoy 30% off the member price for themselves and one guest for each lecture. This offer is subject to limited availability, so make sure you book early.

Join Royal Oak online at the Student and Young Professional level or call 212-480-2889 ext. 205 to take advantage of this great offer.