Celebrating an American Style
The Stickley Museum's black-tie gala
"Celebrating an American Style"
College of Visual and Performing Arts
Saturday, October 6, 2012
at the Mountain Lakes Club.
The eveing included cocktails, dinner,
live and silent autions,
and a special performance by
Colombian harpist, Enki Bello.
Tickets: $185, $500, or $1,000.
Benefactor tables $3,500 to $10,000.
Funds raised from this event helped protect, preserve and restore the National Historic Landmark, Craftsman Farms, support educational programs of the Stickley Museum, and help broaden the creative horizons of thousands of children and adults each year. Gala attendees and advertisers continue to make vital contributions to one of New Jersey's most important cultural and historic landmarks.
Our sincere thanks to the following generous event supporters:
College of Visual and Performing Arts, Syracuse University
Gold Corporate Sponsors
Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Glesmann, III
Dorothy A. Beattie
Barbara N. Fuldner
Leigh Ann and Bruce Johnson
Donald C. Stahl, M.D.
JoAnn and Paul Young
The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms was proud to honor Syracuse University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts for its extraordinary collaboration on the new exhibition, “Styling an American Family: The 1910s at Gustav Stickley's Craftsman Farms.” Exhibition curator Jeffrey Mayer, an associate professor and program coordinator of fashion design at SU's College of Visual and Performing Arts, selected the garments in “Styling an American Family” from the fashion design program’s Sue Ann Genet Costume Collection, which he also curates. On view at the Stickley Museum September 8 — January 6, the exhibition helped visitors to the Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms to view the human form in the Log House as it may have looked when the Stickley family was in residence.
An exhibtion related conference, "Styling an American Family: Tastemaking in the 1910s and Beyond" took place during the daytime on October 6, prior to the gala.
May 21, 2013