ADSNY Produced Media & Event Videos

Art Deco Society of New York’s
Produced Media & Event Videos

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ADSNY is pleased to provide videos and other media on a variety of Deco subjects to our members and the global Deco community. ADSNY’s event media share highlights from recent illustrated talks and interviews. We are constantly updating this page to provide videos and media of some our events for New Yorkers, visitors and everyone who has Deco interests.

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This video coincides with our Documenting Deco Educational Program. The video is made possible by architect, photographer and author of New York Deco, Richard Barenholtz, Damian Cavalo and Pamela L. Kawi, of our Advisory Board.

Download the Documenting Deco Contest Rules and Entry Form here

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Art Deco Mailboxes: An Illustrated Design History at the Waldorf
Wednesday, February 25th, 2015

This slideshow is made possible by author Karen Greene and producer Pamela L. Kawi, of our Advisory Board.
We would also like to give a special thank you to the Waldorf Astoria for opening their beautiful Deco space and displaying the original Art Deco mailbox for our members to admire.

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This video is made possible by speaker Frank Prial and producer Pamela L. Kawi, of our Advisory Board. We would also like to give a special thank you to Cooper Union for donating their space to ADSNY for this remarkable talk.

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Deco Radio: The Most Beautiful Radios Ever Made
Thursday, September 18th, 2014

This video is made possible by historian, lecturer, author and collector, Peter Sheridan and
producer Pamela L. Kawi, of our Advisory Board.

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