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Preservation

Your financial support is crucial to continue to impress upon the Landmarks Preservation Commission and developers the relevance of Art Deco architecture and design to the identity and future of New York.

Exploration

We strive to educate our members, New Yorkers, public school students, and global audiences alike about the lasting impact of interwar culture and design, and we need your financial support to spread the Deco word.

Celebration

Our variety of special initiatives that feature the treasures of Jazz Age and Depression era in New York City-––including the essential resource, the Art Deco New York journal––can only continue with your funding.

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The Art Deco Society of New York is a 501c3 non-profit organization. All donations made to ADSNY are 100% tax deductible.

 

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Art Deco Society of New York

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New York, NY  10150-6205

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The Art Deco Society of new York is an increasingly dynamic organization due to the passion and generosity of our ever-growing community of Art Deco enthusiasts. Your donation to ADSNY, of any size, goes a long way to supporting our many significant initiatives as well as our vibrant array of programming, experiences, resources, and opportunities to celebrate a truly remarkable era in design, culture, and architecture. As a small, 501c3 organization, ADSNY relies on your financial support to allow us to continue to play a vital role in preserving, exploring, and celebrating our city's rich Art Deco legacy.