Young Members


Chair: Vaughn Massey
Charlotte Kent


Role in furthering the NAC Mission

The Young Members Committee of The National Arts Club strives to engage artists and art enthusiasts under the age of forty to become active in furthering the Club’s mission, thereby ensuring its legacy.

The Young Members Committee provides a bridge for interested art patrons and artists to experience the many benefits of our renowned organization through programming which can serve to introduce potential new members to the Club. Past events have included book launches, film screenings, and exhibits featuring the work of emerging young artists, as well as lively art-themed soirees and costume galas.

The Committee strives to present programs from a modern perspective but which appeal to all age groups. United by a common passion for the arts, the Committee is a diverse body of young members from a broad professional spectrum who continue to seek like-minded individuals dedicated to sustaining a National Arts Club for the twenty-first century while preserving its extraordinary heritage.

Upcoming Events

Young Members

Mix n' Mingle: Edith Pop + Stephen Green

Friday, November 20
9:30 PM

Edith Pop is the rock and roll persona of Brooklyn-based artist Laura Hajek. Edith Pop, the band, is a 1970s inflected whirlwind performance of loud, unapologetic punk mischief with a cherry on top.
Drawing on common themes such as growing up, consumerism and teenage romance, Edith Pop seeks to reflect the deep ennui existing in day to day suburban America.
Edith Pop has been a featured artist at venues like Le Poisson Rouge, Webster Hall, and Silent Barn. The band itself is a force of nature, made up of well-known local misfits, including Oscar Allen (guitar) and Calamity Sam Caravaglia (bass). From the bars housed in the strip malls of Missouri to the wildest cities of modern Australia, everyone is talking about Edith Pop.
The visual artist on view this evening will be Steven Green, a self-taught New York based artist. Green will be exhibiting his series on art and technology titled, Emojional Disconnect.

Please join us to dance away the week’s ennui.

A confirmation email is required for entry.