Today at Modernism Week – 02.18.18

Enjoy today’s handpicked selection of Sunday highlights, served up fresh and early in time for our modernistas to snag last minute tickets and see what’s coming up next.



Get a taste of Palm Springs at CAMP where Chefs Jason Neiderkorn and Carlos will be cooking up deliciousness in the Ferguson Test Kitchen.  Meet the Lady in Yellow from Slim Aarons’ famous picture “Poolside Gossip” and take your own timeless photo with Nelda Linsk from 10am to 12pm,  Check out the full list of lectures and presentations at CAMP, and go to the Box Office to buy tickets.


Catch the annual Palm Springs Modernism Show and Sale ($20).  This year also marks the debut of the Palm Springs Modern Design Expo too ($20)!  Stop by the Convention Center to shop till you drop, modernistas!


You can still get tickets at the door to see Modernism Week’s Featured Homes: Moroccan Modern, Hidden Frey, and Maison a l’Orange ($30-$40).  Don’t miss this newly added home tour: Making the Modern A-Frame, a lecture with architectural photographer Ben Rahn, followed by a tour of an impeccable A-Frame home in the Snow Creek neighborhood ($10).  And if you want to get out and explore one of Palm Springs’ iconic neighborhoods, hop on the annual Palm Springs Door Tour ($20).


Photographer Tim Street-Porter will be at Just Fabulous signing copies of his latest masterpiece “Palm Springs: A Modernist Paradise.”   Also, don’t forget to swing by the Palm Springs Public Library to see the current exhibition, “Donald Wexler: An Architectural Legacy.”  Meet Christopher Kennedy at this color-infused champagne brunch (free).


Lounge poolside and celebrate the ARRIVE’s two year birthday party (free) and stop by CAMP for cocktails with the Modernism With a Twist ($45) crew.  For our modernista-fashionistas, we recommend the Modernism Fashion Show ($45) which is followed by a  very shoppable trunk show.  Don your favorite designer to be party of this fashion-forward fun.


Today is a great day for catching one of many amazing lectures and presentations.  Tickets are available at the door.  Stop at CAMP to catch the last of the Atomic Ranch series ($45).  Head to the Annenberg Theater to catch Alan Hess’ lecture about Frank Lloyd Wright’s influence on architecture in Southern California ($12) or Disney Pixar’s Incredibles 2: Storytelling with Art and Architecture ($12).  You can still get a ticket at the door for the World Premiere of “Albert Frey: Part 1 The Architectural Envoy” at Camelot Theaters ($25 – film only). And learn how to sustain architectural preservation efforts in your city from Los Angeles Conservancy President Linda Dishman at “Learning from Los Angeles” lecture ($12)


Get the scoop on the upcoming events you don’t want to miss. 

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