Saturated: The Allure and Science of Color Tour at The Cooper Hewitt Museum
Join IFDA for a private docent tour
Saturday Sept. 22nd
Arrive at the museum at 10:15 AM in the Great Hall.The 50 minute tour of the exhibit begins promptly at 10:30 AM.
The Cooper Hewitt Museum
2 E 91St at 5th Ave
The tour explores how global and stylistic objects from the Smithsonian Libraries and Cooper Hewitt demonstrate how designers apply the theories of great color thinkers to bring excitement to the visual world. It expands awareness of our personal and rewarding relationship with color.
Our fee includes admission to the museum and you can stay and explore until 9pm.
Limited Tickets available so RSVP before Sept 18th
Photos without flash
No selfee sticks
Camera and closed water bottles within a small bag allowed
Large bags will need to be checked
Proceeds will benefit the IFDA Educational Foundation Valerie Moran Grant fund
Valerie Moran was a visionary in the design industry who lost her battle to cancer the summer of 2014. She started her career as an interior designer and in 1985 she began a longtime affiliation with Grange, later serving for a short period as chairman of B&B Italia, America.
Valerie also became a professional consultant in product development, space design, and business, marketing and merchandising for several brands, and presented popular seminars, here and abroad.
IFDA benefited directly from her business acumen: she served as president of the New York Chapter and chairman of the Past President Council. She will be widely remembered as a gracious, generous, joyful, and compassionate woman, whose big beautiful smile lit up the lives of all who shared her company and enthusiasm for life.She will also be remembered by future generations in the design industry via the newly established IFDA Grant ($3000) which will be awarded to an IFDA professional interested in furthering their studies by expanding their horizons through travel, trade shows, or professional development studies.
The International Furnishings and Design Association (IFDA), founded in New York City in 1947 and now with 10 chapters worldwide, provides a professional forum for communication and interaction among its high-profile members. The IFDA, a not-for-profit volunteer-run association, also promotes career advancement and educational opportunities and is structured to increase public awareness of the furnishings and design industry through specialized programming, networking and service to the community.
IFDA NY, 200 Lexington Ave Suite 417, New York, NY 10016