All four studios are major attractions of the 1925 Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes, each of them rivaling in audacity about their own pavilion designed by great names of the architecture of the era, the Primavera pavilion being built by no less than the Perret Brothers.…Continue
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Primavera tells the story of a stunning artistic adventure spanning over six of the most creative decades about French Art Décoratifs.
In 1912, the department store "Au Printemps" in Paris is the first of its…Continue
Storykeeper Events volunteer Maisha Elonai is interviewing Gil Cnaan, CEO of Storykeeper Events, about the upcoming Gilded Festival to be held September 19 – 20 at Historic Cold Springs Village in Cape May, NJ.
Please see http://gildedfestival.com/ for more details on our time travel adventure.
Could you tell me what The Gilded Festival…Continue
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In June 2015, the huge restoration project of the Villa Cavrois, a true French Art Deco architectural treasure listed as a historic monument in 1990 thank to citizen mobilisation and acquired by the State in 2001, has finally been completed.Continue
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Travel across time and culture at The Gilded Festival, a family-friendly Steampunk adventure. Presented by Storykeeper Events, the makers of Philadelphia’s feted Dorian’s Parlor, The Gilded Festival will transform Historic Cold Spring Village in Cape May, New Jersey into a world of fantasy and science fiction from September 19 to September 20, 2015. Join anachronauts in celebrating a past, present, and future that never were as they entertain you with music and…Continue
Added by Tome Wilson on September 3, 2015 at 11:24am — No Comments
A long, hot summer of unpredictable politics, that is. We're enjoying (or suffering through) one of the most fascinating U.S. presidential races in many years, but now I'll take a break from obsessively following it and get back to the IMPORTANT stuff— namely, Pilsner's Picks! Submitted for your approval, the September edition.