Design in Dialogue: A Conversation with Sheila Levrant de Bretteville

Yale University Art Gallery 1111 Chapel Street, New Haven

In a career that has spanned over 50 years, the renowned graphic designer, public artist, and educator Sheila Levrant de Bretteville (b. 1940, B.F.A. 1963, M.F.A. 1964) has created community-based and politically responsive work that champions principles of advocacy and inclusion. To celebrate the opening of the exhibition Sheila Levrant de Bretteville: Community, Activism, and Design, join de Bretteville for an engaging conversation with Brooke Hodge, independent curator, and Pamela Hovland, Senior Critic, Graphic Design, Yale School of Art, that explores key moments in her multifaceted career... For more information

49th Annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House New York

Kips Bay Show House 125 East 65th Street, NYC

May 2, 2024 through May 28, 2024 Each year celebrated interior designers transform a luxury Manhattan home into an elegant exhibition of fine furnishings, art, and technology.  This event began in 1973 when several dedicated supporters of the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club launched the Decorator Show House to raise critical funds for much needed after school and enrichment programs for New York City children. Over the course of four decades, this project has grown into a must-see event for thousands of design enthusiasts and is renowned for sparking interior design trends throughout the world. 125 East 65th Street is a prime example of the magnificent townhouses and mansions that New York City's gentry called home at the turn of the century. The townhouse was designed in 1904 by Charles Platt, a prolific architect known for also designing houses for the Roosevelts and Astors, and has been home to several notable residents including publishing magnate Henry Luce and Dr. Frederic Reed, a founder of Columbia University’s Department of Physiology. For tickets and more information


Paul Rudolph Lecture: Enrique Norten: The Work of TEN Arquitectos

Yale School of Architecture 180 York Street, New Haven

In person  or Livestream: Enrique Norten is the founder and director of TEN Arquitectos in Mexico City, New York and Miami. Born in Mexico City, he graduated with a degree in Architecture from the Universidad Iberoamericana in 1978 and in 1980 he obtained a Master’s Degree in Architecture from Cornell University. In 1986 he founded TEN Arquitectos (Taller de Enrique Norten Arquitectos), initiating a commitment to the creation and research of urban planning, architecture and design. For more information and registration

Collecting Inspiration: Edward C. Moore at Tiffany & Co. at The Met

Metropolitan Museum 1000 Fifth Avenue, NYC

June 9–October 20, 2024 Edward C. Moore (1827–1891)—the creative force who led Tiffany & Co. to unparalleled originality and success during the second half of the 19th century—amassed a vast collection of decorative arts of exceptional quality and in various media, from Greek and Roman glass and Japanese baskets to metalwork from the Islamic world. These objects were a source of inspiration for Moore, a noted silversmith in his own right, and the designers he supervised. The exhibition Collecting Inspiration: Edward C. Moore at Tiffany & Co. will feature more than 180 extraordinary examples from Moore's personal collection, which was donated to the Museum, alongside 70 magnificent silver objects designed and created at Tiffany & Co. under his direction. Drawn primarily from the holdings of The Met, the display will also include seldom seen examples from a dozen private and public lenders. A defining figure in the history of American silver, Moore played a pivotal role in shaping the legendary Tiffany design aesthetic and the evolution of The Met’s collection. For more information

Free – $30