Weekly Events Calendar: 9.21.05

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Art & Design Events…

  • It’s Nesting Month at Apartment Therapy!
    • This month we will be focusing on getting the apartment back into shape as the hot induced lethargy wears off
    • Next month’s theme is Fall Colors with the I’ve Got Color! Contest –Show us your most colorful room, provide tips and resources for readers to follow, and you could win a hefty prize, courtesy of CB2!
  • Municipal Arts Society’s “The Very Small Home”
    • Azby Brown discusses Japanese Ideas for Living Well in Limited Space
    • Lecture, Book Signing, Wine and Cheese Reception
    • Wednesday, 09/21/2005, 6:30-8:30pm
    • Urban Center Books, 457 Madison Avenue, between 51st and 52nd Streets, Gallery 1, 212.935.3595
    • Registration: agean@mas.org
      • Queens County Fair
        • 47 Acre Farm replete with livestock and produce competitions, pie-eating and corn-husking contests.
        • Sept. 24th-25th from 11 to 6
        • Queens County Farm Museum, 73-50 Little Neck Parkway, Floral Park. 718-347-3276
      • CitySol! Music Festival
        • Solar music party, green power sign-up drive and ecodesign market
        • October 1st, 1-7 pm
        • Solar1 in Stuyvesant Cove Park, 2420 FDR Drive (at 23rd Street)
      • Dean’s Dialogue on a Sustainable Future
        • Susan Szenasy, Metropolis editor in chief, moderates a dialogue between deans of nine architecture schools in the NY Metro Area
        • September 21st, 6-8pm, Reception/Party: 8-11pm
        • Center for Architecture 536 LaGuardia Place
        • Rsvp@aiany.org or 212.358.6111
      • Armory’s Modern Show
        • 20th century art and furniture
        • AT’s very own Maxwell Ryan will lead a discussion on “Developing an Eye” on Saturday,
        • October 14th, 15th & 16th , 11-7pm
        • Lexington Avenue and 26th Street in Gramercy Park, 212.255.0020
      • Design Ideas for Small Spaces
        • Domino and DWR host Sandy Chilewich, Gustavo Martinez, Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz and Vicente Wolf
        • DWR, 27 East 62nd St. 212.888.4539
        • Sept. 21st, 7-9pm
        • RSVP to e62nd@dwr.com by 9/19
      • Art Billboards unveiled this week
        • Alex Katz’s “Give Me Tomorrow” at 40 East 4th St
        • Gary Hume’s “Cheerleader” at 55 Houston St
        • Lisa Sanditz’s “Tie-Dye in the Wilderness” 343 Canal St
      • Jen Beckman’s Annual Pin-Up Show
        • Photos, prints, drawings, paintings exhibited and for sale
        • Opening Reception September 21st, 6-9pm
        • Above Fanelli’s, 94 Prince St @ Mercer (buzz #1), 212.219.0166
        • Through Oct 2nd, Thurs – Sun, 2pm – 8pm
      • Dutch Disturbance 2005
        • Judith van den Boom at The Future Perfect
        • Collection of porcelain figurines and vases with a fresh look at traditional Dutch identity
        • Through October 6th
        • 115 N 6th St. 718 599 6278