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Saturday’s Events at Intersect Palm Springs

In-person at the
Palm Springs Convention Center
The Fair continues through Sunday, February 13 with a number of events, including:
Artist Michael DeJong
Booth Talk with Michael DeJong
1:30 pm | Booth #311

Join artist Michael DeJong (New Discretions) in Booth #311 for a casual conversation with gallerist Benjamin Tischer.

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This event is open to all ticket holders.

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Jim Isermann, Chartruse 102, Orange 1235, Orange Red 0655, Olive 399, 2009, acrylic latex on canvas over wood panel. Courtesy of the artist
Booth Talk: Jim Isermann in conversation with Hunter Drohojowska-Philp
2:30 pm | Booth #405

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Join artist Jim Isserman (Curated Space Good Vibrations) in Booth #405 for a dialogue with curator Hunter-Drohojowska-Philp.

This event is open to all ticket holders.

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Art Advisor Elizabeth Fiore
PS Highlights Tour with Elizabeth Fiore
4 pm | Collectors Lounge,
Palm Springs Convention Center

Join New York-based art advisor Elizabeth Fiore as she shares her favorite works from this edition of Intersect Palm Springs.

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This is a VIP event (VIP Pass required). Space is limited, please RSVP below.

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Plan your Sunday in advance, as we’re kicking off the closing day of the Fair with Bloody Marys and Bagels: Brunch before the Big Game, open to VIP/All Access pass holders from 10 – 11 am.
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Day Pass – $25
Multi-Day Pass – $50
All Access Pass – $100

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Dates and Times
Opening Night Preview
Thursday, February 10 | 5 – 9 pm
(VIP/All Access Pass only)

General Admission
Friday, February 11 | 11 am – 7 pm
Saturday, February 12 | 11 am – 5 pm
Sunday, February 13 | 11 am – 4 pm*
(10 – 11 am VIP Brunch)


Tickets available online here.

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Location
Palm Springs Convention Center
277 N Avenida Caballeros
Palm Springs CA 92262

Travel and Lodging
Discounted hotel rates available through our partner Connections Housing. Book now, or call (702) 476-6976 for more information.

Health and Safety
To ensure the safety of all visitors, participants, and staff, Intersect Palm Springs is closely monitoring the news, and state and local CDC guidelines, to inform our safety protocols. Please visit the City of Palm Springs website for the most up-to-date information, here.

Everyone attending Intersect Palm Springs is required to adhere to the local health and safety guidelines regarding COVID-19. Proof of full vaccination is required for all attendees of the event. Full vaccination is defined as having received the minimum required dose(s) of the vaccine two or more weeks prior to the date of attendance. Individuals that are not fully vaccinated must provide a negative COVID-19 test. Negative COVID-19 tests are valid for 48 hours. Therefore, COVID-19 tests presented for admission to the building must include a digital confirmation of the date and time the test was taken.

Additionally, everyone entering the building must wear masks while indoors that properly cover the nose and mouth. Anyone failing to comply with these regulations may be subject to removal from the building without refund of admission or exhibition. Please refrain from entering the building and attending the Fair if you are feeling sick, have COVID-19 symptoms or diagnosis or have been recently exposed to someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19.

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