Tuesdays in April, 6:00–7:00 pm. Virtual program
Birth of a Salesman: The Streamlining of Raymond Loewy, April 20
What would the American landscape of consumer products look like without the influence of “the father of industrial design” Raymond Loewy? Biographer John Wall describes Loewy’s story as one of immigrant striving accomplished through streamlining his own image—carefully building an international reputation through assiduous courting of journalists and tastemakers to become the face of a new profession—industrial design. Register now!
From Drawing Board to Dinner Table, April 27
Mottahedeh, Inc., is the recognized leader in luxury ceramic antique reproductions and historic designs. Wendy Kvalheim, owner and design director, chronicles the how-to of creating ceramic dinnerware at her ninety-year-old company, which celebrates complex and beautiful colors, unique historic shapes, centuries-old craftsmanship, and an impeccable attention to detail. Register now!