NY Weekly Events Calendar: 04.09.08

NY Weekly Events Calendar: 04.09.08

Jill Slater
Apr 9, 2008

Art & Design Events...

AT Events:

• April is AT's Small Cool Contest!
AT Book Signing Event at Brooklyn Designs 2008 in Dumbo on May 10th!

GINA Gallery of International Naive Art Opening • First location in the United States, the gallery will sell art by more than 200 artists and from more than 25 countries • 454 Columbus Avenue, 212.877.0097

Architect Phillippe Rahm at Cooper Union
• Architect Philippe Rahm discusses his new work
• April 11th, 7pm
• The Wollman Auditorium, The Cooper Union Engineering Building, 51 Astor Place Pl. 212.849.8400

Thesis 2008: SVA Interior Design
• Students at the School of Visual Arts present design proposals for the transformation of the Jersey City's Hudson & Manhattan Powerhouse into a contemporary sculpture center, a new culinary institute for Tribeca and an artist colony as 21st-century urban lodge
• Opening: April 24th 5:30-7pm, Exhibit: April 22nd through 28th
• The National Arts Club, 15 Gramercy Park South

Spec it Green: The Anatomy of a Green Product
• This seminar will address the design process including product development & testing, process-based upgrades & certifications, corporate stewardship, and product specification education.
• May 1st, 5:30-7:30
• Citi, 388 Greenwich St. 212 404 6990 X15

Brooklyn Designs 2008
• An exhibition of designers and manufacturers of contemporary furnishings, lighting, and accessories made and/or designed in Brooklyn, all handpicked by a jury of editors from leading design and shelter magazines.
• May 9th through 11th
Multiple Locations in Dumbo, . 718.243.1414

Go Green Expo
• First eco-focused conference in New York City. It includes more than 200 environmentally friendly products, services and businesses as well as panels by top environmentalists and business leaders
• April 26th and 27th
• New York Hilton Hotel, 1335 6th Ave, (between W. 53rd and W. 54th Sts.), 212.253.0474

Galerie Patrick Seguin hosting Jean Royere retrospective
• First major retrospective including 100 pieces of furniture and lighting of 20th century French decorator Jean Royere (1902-1981)
• Through April 12th
• Sonnabend Gallery, 536 West 22nd Street

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