Anne Fairfax will be a panelist for the exhibition to benefit The American Style Colonial Revival and the Modern Metropolis on February 3, 2011. Colonial Revival sought to follow the American colonial architecture of the period around the Revolutionary War, usually being two stories in height with the ridge pole running parallel to the street, a symmetrical front facade with an accented doorway and evenly spaced windows on either side of it. An example being a Colonial Revival Townhouse by Stanford White of McKim, Mead and White pictured to the left...
Panel is scheduled for Thursday, February 3, 2011
Program: 6:00 to 7:00 PM
Reception: 7:00 to 8:30 PM
All income will support the exhibition installation.
Includes a ticket to the program and reception ($115 is tax-deductible)
Includes a ticket to the program and reception, plus a copy of the 224 page companion book published by the Monacelli Press ($215 is tax-deductible)
Includes 5 VIP tickets to the program and reception with reserved seating, and a copy of the companion book, as well as a listing of your name on the donor wall within the exhibition, and in the Museum's Annual Report and website ($1,150 is tax-deductible)
Includes all of the above benefits plus 5 additional VIP tickets, a tour by Donald Albrecht of the exhibition for you and 10 friends during the run of the exhibition, and a complimentary membership in the Museum's patrons' program, the Alexander Hamilton Circle, for one year ($2,230 is tax deductible).
For more information, please call Karyn Bove at 917-492-3321.