Where you go to learn about fine art

Our Mission:

Educate & Access.

We provide the tools for the “culturally curious” to become art patron. Through classes, workshops, art exhibitions and more, we look to help build a community of custodians of stories and keeper of narratives.


Our Mission

The Agora Culture is an online multi-cultural arts platform that connects new and established art collectors with contemporary visual artists. Established in 2013, we focus on producing exhibitions, art dinners, salons and educational workshops for seasoned and new art collectors. The platform focuses on educating new collectors and established alike.

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Our Programs

The art world is hard to navigate which leaves many frustrated . We want to change that by giving space for the “culturally curious” to learn. Through art basic courses, art salons, dinners, and exhibitions we do just that


Art on the Vine

Art on the Vine attendees have considered the works of over 50 contemporary artists who have gone on to show and be acquired by global collectors and major encyclopedic institutions such as: Guggenheim Museum, Whitney Museum, LA County Museum of Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art, and The Studio Museum in Harlem. 

art basic 101

A one stop shop entry level course to understanding fine art - why it is important and why you should care. Attendees will walk away from the class with knowledge and understanding of art themes, medium, ways to research artists, industry guidelines, and places to make your first purchase and much more.

savage lewis residency

The Savage-Lewis Residency, an art residency program which allows selected artists the ability to work experientially and collaboratively for a month on Martha’s Vineyard. The residency is inspired by Augusta Savage and Norman Lewis time on Martha’s Vineyard the Hubert family cabin during the summer of 1935.

art salons

Intimate gathering allowing for "in-studio" atmosphere with nationally recognized and exhibited multi-cultural artists.  Attendees are encouraged to  ask questions and learn about the artist’s artistic practice, furthering their understanding of investment-level art and artists. Select rare pieces are also made available to be acquired during these invitation-only events.


november 2015

Jessica also realizes that not everyone is ready to collect museum grade investment pieces. Maybe the first-time collector has $1,000 to invest. The Agora Culture’s platform is for this collector, as well. Jessica believes art should be accessible to everyone. - Forbes

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