In-Person and Online Programs
ADSNY offers a wide variety of programs that highlight diverse aspects of global Art Deco architecture and design, as well as the vivacity of 1920s and ’30s Jazz Age culture. Read on for more information on all of our stimulating programming.
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Join ADSNY at our exciting in-person events, from walking tours and museum and gallery exhibitions, to site visits, lectures, and regional day trips. More on our latest Art Deco programs is just below.
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Live Online Events
ADSNY’s series of Online Events are live, illustrated web-based presentations by distinguished experts on local and global Art Deco topics, as well as an interactive Q&A session. Click here for our newest offerings.
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ADSNY’s Video Events are complete recordings of our past online events.Each Deco On Demand video gives you the opportunity to have the same experience as those who participated in the live event. Click here.
ADSNY offers a wide range of in-person events that explore New York’s unique Art Deco enclaves and collections. Space is extremely limited, so claim your space quickly!
June 24, 2023 2PM - 4PM Discover Brighton Beach -- one of New York City’s largest concentrations of Art Deco Buildings. Learn about this oceanfront community's fascinating history and how this unique and beautiful style left its mark on local apartment houses in the 1930s. Learn More
ADSNY’s web-based presentations are hosted through Zoom, and 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 moderated Q&A session with attendees. To learn more about Zoom, check out our Zoom with ADSNY page. All of these events are recorded, and the resultant videos can be found here.
Thursday, June 8th 6:30–8:00 PM This richly illustrated talk explores the evolution of designs produced for the Century of Progress Exposition, focusing on the Art Deco pavilions, and its influence on the designs for the other American expositions, including the 1939-40 New York World’s Fair Learn More .