ADSNY offers a variety of programs that highlight diverse aspects of Art Deco architecture and design as well as the vivacious culture of the Jazz Age. In addition to exploring 1920s and 30s architecture and design in New York, ADSNY also offers programs on a wide range of global topics.
In light of the rapidly changing situation surrounding COVID-19, ADSNY has suspended all in-person programs and is offering safe events for you to enjoy from your own home.
These web-based presentations will be hosted through Zoom and will each include a live PowerPoint, presented by distinguished experts-––with wonderful images that you will be able to see directly on your computer screen-––as well as an interactive Q&A session with attendees.
To learn more about Zoom, check out our Zoom with ADSNY page.
ADSNY's video events are complete recordings of our past events. Each video gives you the opportunity to have the same experience as those who participated in the live event. You will see and hear the speaker presenting the original visuals, as well as the Q&A session between the speaker and participants. These videos allow you to stream all of the original content of ADSNY's programs at a time that best fits your schedule. While watching, you will see the entire presentation directly on your computer screen, tablet, or mobile device.
In light of the rapidly changing situation surrounding COVID-19, the Art Deco Society of New York's in-person programs have been postponed and will be reschedule for a later date.
We are monitoring the Coronavirus developments closely and are taking this situation seriously, however, we want to remain optimistic that this too shall pass. We will let you know as soon as new dates have been selected.
Please feel free to reach out to ADSNY at Info@ArtDeco.org with any questions or concerns.