Conversation, Screening

CORE: cultural programming

CORE: produces over 200 thoughtfully curated events every year, exposing our members to emerging trends in the media, the arts, cuisine, travel, commerce, and thought. By fostering shared transformative experiences, the programming at CORE: enriches the intellectual and social lives of its individual members.

The essence of the cultural programming at CORE: promotes conversation among members who are influencing the shape of popular culture, business, and thought. CORE: hosts informal conversations that provide opportunities for members to hear major players in the arts, politics, science, medicine, sports, and other fields share stories of their lives and work.

In its intimate screening room, CORE: provides exclusive previews of the cinematic and theatrical productions that are about to dominate the dialogue. Each event is accompanied by talkbacks with the actors, directors, writers, and producers who had the vision and perspicacity to bring the work to life.

The freshest new ideas in dining are explored in lively epicurean events that deepen members’ understanding of the ever-evolving worlds of food and wine.

These one-of-a-kind programs, as well as a host of off-site forays into art, sporting, or cultural events become vital to stimulating the transformations that characterize the CORE: community.

Upcoming Events

The Most Inspiring Movie Scenes of All Time, Conversation, Screening

Conversation, Screening

The Most Inspiring Movie Scenes of All Time

Featuring Marc Lapadula, a Senior Lecturer in the Film Studies Program at Yale University


Complimentary Voices for Change Gala Tickets, Music, Social

Music, Social

Complimentary Voices for Change Gala Tickets

EVENT FULL - WAITLIST ONLY


Treat Your Assistant to a Drink at CORE:, Epicurean, Music, Social

Epicurean, Music, Social

Treat Your Assistant to a Drink at CORE:

Celebrate National Admin Day!

Power Breakfast with Mitzi Perdue, of the Sheraton and Perdue dynasties, Business, Conversation

Business, Conversation

Power Breakfast with Mitzi Perdue, of the Sheraton and Perdue dynasties

How to grow small family businesses and to make them last


Family Fridays Dinner and a Movie: “Back to the Future”, Family, Screening

Family, Screening

Family Fridays Dinner and a Movie: “Back to the Future”

Get retro with Michael J. Fox


Art in America Hosts a Breakfast Discussing Art Criticism and the Current Market, Art & Design, Conversation

Art & Design, Conversation

Art in America Hosts a Breakfast Discussing Art Criticism and the Current Market

Want the insider know-how on the art market before the Frieze New York art fair? Don’t miss this informative event