Weekly Events Calendar: 07.26.06
Art & Design Events…
- Collaboration: Mixing It Up at Cooper-Hewitt
- Geoffrey Zakarian (Town, Country), designers Adam D. Tihany and Lois Bloom, and restaurateurs Phil Suarez (Spice Market) and Hakan Swahn (Aquavit) reflect on the role of design and the nature of collaboration in preparing memorable dining experiences.
- Tonight! 6:30 p.m. ($20 includes private viewing of the Feeding Desire exhibit)
- Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, 2 East 91st St., 212.849.8400
- Design for Dining
- Explore how colors, materials, textures, lighting, acoustics, artwork, ethnic references, views, etc. influence how you experience your meals.
- Tonight! 7pm
- Makor, Steinhardt Building, 35 West 67th St.
- Uncommon Threads: Alexander Julian
- Julians’s fashion and home furnishings of the past 30 years
- Ends today.
- Briggs Robinson Gallery, 527 W. 29th St. 212.330.7515
- Eames Lounge Chair: An Icon of Modern Design
- Through September 3rd
- Museum of Arts and Design, 40 W. 53rd St. 212.956.3535
- From Wood to Architecture
- Photos and models of 17 wood dominated buildings in Finland
- Through August 25th
- The Scandinavia House 58 Park Ave. (38th St.) 212.879.9779
- Helter Swelter: Justin Lowe
- Gallery has been transformed into a bodega, ice cream truck, construction site.
- Oliver Kamm 5BE Gallery, 621 West 27th St. (11th and 12th Aves.), 212.255.0979
- Indian & Burmese Tapestry Paintings, Kalangas
- June 30th through July 28th
- Three Factory Lane. Pine Plains, NY, 518.398.1246
- Betty Woodman at the Met
- Ceramicist/Sculptor has first US retrospective
- Through July 30th
- Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Ave. (82nd St.) 212.535.7710
- The High Style of Dorothy Draper: New York’s Decorating Maven
- Pioneer of Interior Design from 1925-1960. Approaching design as entertainment, Dorothy Draper was named the most influential tastemaker of the time in America.
- Through September 10th
- Museum of the City of New York, 1220 5th Ave, (103rd St.) 212.534.1672
Published: Jul 26, 2006