Welcome to The Art Deco Society of New York
We are a non-profit organization that brings together Art Deco enthusiasts with a variety of interests. Whether you are an Art Deco historian or just discovering your passion for the era, we host distinctive events that will inspire and delight you. Our members enjoy activities that embrace the many aspects of Art Deco. These include lectures, private curated museum tours, film screenings, architectural tours, preservation awareness meetings, vintage dress events with live music from the era, and so much more. Please visit our upcoming events page to learn more about these great happenings!
New York City's extensive wealth of Art Deco architecture and design, both iconic and lesser known, makes it the best city to explore the splendor of this style. We are currently creating a comprehensive registry of New York Art Deco buildings throughout the five boroughs to aid in the exploration and preservation of our Art Deco and Moderne treasures. We invite you to participate in this exciting project. If you know a building that should be added to our registry, please contact us at Info@ArtDeco.org.
As an organization, our mission statement tells who we are and outlines our goals
You can learn more about ADSNY by looking at the variety of events we have done in the past.
Deco Videos & Media
We have started recording some of our events for those of you who were unable to attend. We also wanted to highlight some of our favorite Deco videos.
See a list of some of our favorite books on many aspects of Art Deco design and culture.
ADSNY has recently created this educational program for New York City students.
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Board of Directors -
Andrew L. Berger,
Richard H. Lowe III,
Anthony W. Robins, and
Stephen H. Van Dyk
Advisory Board -
Andrew S. Dolkart,
David F. Gibson,
Pamela L. Kawi,
David Garrard Lowe,
Anthony W. Robins,
Michael Smith, and