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Farms Afield marking Armory Show Centennial
Friday, May 31, beginning at 10:15 a.m.
Stickley enthusiasts will recall 1913 as the year The Craftsman Building, his multi-story department store and restaurant in New York City, opened to the public. This significant event was contemporaneous with another momentous New York City event, the opening of The International Exhibition of Modern Art, better known today as The Armory Show. Join us to mark the 100th anniversary of this groundbreaking and controversial show with a tour, scheduled for Friday, May 31 at 10:15 a.m., of the Montclair Art Museum's exciting new exhibition The New Spirit: American Art in the Armory Show, 1913. This exhibition, which attempts to replicate various aspects of the original installation, is the first to spotlight the contributions of American artists. Our exclusive tour, which will be limited to only 25 participants, will be led by exhibition curator Gail Stavitsky.
Space is limited. Please register early. Participants will meet at the Montclair Art Museum at 10:15. Transportation is not provided. The fee includes the tour only. Participants will be provided with a list of nearby destinations for lunch.
$30 Non Member
Special Offer for our Members
From the the Appraisers Association of America (AAA)
A special program on Thursday, June 20, hosted by the AAA and Dr. Thomas Folk. This full-day program, entitled The Arts & Crafts Movement in New Jersey: Furniture, Ceramics, and Metalwork, is an investigation of the Arts and Crafts Movement with a special focus on New Jersey makers. The day begins with a private viewing, led by Curator Ulysses Dietz, of the Newark Museum's extraordinary collection of American Art Pottery. Lunch at the Tabor Road Tavern in Morris Plains will be followed by a visit to the Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms for a tour with Pete Mars, Vice President of the Craftsman Farms Foundation. The final stop in Short Hills will feature a viewing of the private Corbo-Lytwyn Collection of Arts and Crafts furnishings, pottery, and metalwork.
The General Admission fee is $185 for this comprehensive program; however Stickley Museum Members have been invited to enjoy the $125 Member price.
For more information or to register for this program, call 212.889.5404, ext. 11 or email email@example.com.
Off Site Event - Summer Retreat:
Farms Afield: Great Camp Sagamore Summer Weekend Retreat
July 19 - 21
Great Camp Sagamore, Raquette Lake, New York
SOLD OUT. Please call the administrative office at 973.540.0311 if you would like to be added to the waiting list.
The Stickley Museum's next Farms Afield will be the biggest yet! Meet us for a summer weekend retreat, July 19-21, at Great Camp Sagamore in Raquette Lake, New York. Built in 1897, Great Camp Sagamore was the wilderness retreat of the Alfred G. Vanderbilt family from 1901-1954. A 27-building complex, the site is now a National Historic Landmark. Our Friday-Sunday Farms Afield will feature programs planned exclusively for our group by the Sagamore staff. Highlights include:
Friday: A visit to the extraordinary Adirondack Museum with a private program for our group and a welcome reception at Great Camp Sagamore.
Saturday: A lecture from honored guest and distinguished architectural historian Dr. Richard Guy Wilson; the award-winning Sagamore site tour, and free time to explore Sagamore and its grounds. More Information.
Sunday: A luncheon lake cruise and tour of Camp Pine Knot, W.W. Durant's first Adirondack Great Camp.
Please note: The retreat begins with a "meetup" on Friday, July 19 at the Adirondack Museum. Transportation will not be provided. Registration is limited and ALL guest rooms and bathrooms at Great Camp Sagamore are shared.
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$495 Non Member
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May 23, 2013
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