Weekly Events Calendar: 3.21.07

Weekly Events Calendar: 3.21.07

Jill Slater
Mar 21, 2007

Join us at Gus Modern for a party!

Art & Design Events...

  • AT Drinks Party
    • Gus Modern and Apartment Therapy Celebrate Open Thread 400!, the Kick-off of Small Cool 2007, and the opening of Gus' new store
    • March 29th , 6-9pm (cocktails and schmoozing galore)
    • 207 West 18th St (7th and 8th Ave), 212.206.7065
  • Antiques of the Future
    • Lecture and book signing with Lisa S. Roberts, followed by private viewing of exhibition "Design Life Now: National Design Triennial"
    • March 22nd, 6:30pm
    • Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, 2 East 92nd St. at Fifth Ave., 212.849.8380
  • She’s Like a Rainbow: Colors in Fashion
    • Lecture and tour in gallery to address question of how textiles incorporate color trends in interiors?
    • March 22nd, 6:15-7:15pm, New York City.
    • Fashion and Textile History Gallery at FIT.
  • Purple Reign
    • A lecture on the history of the color purple 151 years after William Perkin created mauvine, the first synthetic dye. Purple has a complex association with power, status, spirituality, sexuality, magic, mourning, and perfection.
    • March 22nd, 5:15-6:15pm
    • Katie Murphy Amphitheatre, Fred P. Pomerantz Art and Design Center (D building), 1st floor. FIT, Seventh Ave, at 27th St. 212.217.7999
  • Sustainable Planet Fundraiser
    • “Sustainable Planet™” is the film festival that promotes sustainable development. This year, the theme is ENERGY and the date is set for April 29th.
    • March 27th, 6:30-9pm
    • Frederick's, 8 W. 58 Street, 212.752.6200, info@pamelapeeters.com
  • 17 Swedish Designers
    • A show of products by women working in graphic, textile, furniture and ceramic design
    • March 22nd through June 10th
    • Just Scandinavian, 161 Hudson St, 212.334.2556
  • Prefabricated Homes in America: The Early 20th Century Mail-order House
    • Exhibit of vintage catalogues and pattern books from Sears Roebuck, Mongomery Ward, Alladin, and other sources featuring mail-order houses and plans from 1914 through the mid-20th century.
    • Through April 21st
    • New York School of Interior Design 170 East 70 Street (between Lexington & Third Avenues) Gallery A. 212.472.1500 Ext 405
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