Telling the Art Deco Story of Bay Ridge (Online Event)
We are excited to take our Telling the Art Deco Stories of our Neighborhood’s programs digital so that you can explore New York’s wonderful Art Deco enclaves with the Art Deco Society of New York––from anywhere!
Sign up today to join us on a web-based, virtual “tour”, led by architectural historian, Matt Postal, that will lead us through the Art Deco and interwar architecture of Brooklyn’s Bay Ridge neighborhood.
Located in southwest Brooklyn, overlooking the Narrows, our online tour route will highlight some of the borough’s least-known, yet exquisite, Art Deco designs. Highlights will include a memorable collection of residential and commercial confections, such as Grately Hall, Harbor Hall, the Marine View Apartments, and the former Lincoln Savings Bank.
Sign up now to treat yourself to an evening of 1930s buildings distinguished by decorative brickwork, flamboyant entryways, and lavish lobbies!
Even though this tour is online, it will include a live PowerPoint—with wonderful images that you will be able to see directly on your computer screen, tablet, or mobile device—as well as a Q&A session with participants.
Not able to join us at the time of the event? No problem! Those who register will receive a recording of the entire program a few days after the live presentation. When you sign up for the program you have the opportunity to watch, or rewatch, the recording at a time more convenient for your schedule.
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