Modernism Week's Fall Preview Tickets on Sale Starting Aug. 1

Modernism Show & Sale makes its first fall appearance

Albert Frey's "Frey House II" will be part of the tours available during Modernism Week's Fall Preview in mid-October.

Photo by Christopher Swan


Tickets go on sale Aug. 1 for Modernism Week's Fall Preview, Oct. 10-13, in Palm Springs over the Columbus Day holiday weekend.

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Events are open to the public and special hotel rates are available at Hilton Palm Springs, Modernism Week’s Official host hotel.

Highlights during the four-day schedule include a festive opening night poolside beach party and outdoor movie at Hacienda Cantina & Beach Club, a sneak peak of the Palm Springs Art Museum’s soon-to-open Architecture & Design museum, the first fall edition of the annual Modernism Show & Sale, tours of Frey House II, a cocktail reception showcasing photographs of the Salton Sea, architectural walking and bike tours, Premier Double Decker Architectural Bus Tours, the Modern Yard Sale, and the popular “Lost, Saved and Endangered” lecture and tour.

The Modernism Show & Sale at the Palm Springs Convention Center will feature 45 national and international dealers offering furniture, decorative and fine arts representing all design movements of the 20th century.

The show will open at 10 a.m. Oct. 11 with an exclusive “early bird” shopping preview until noon benefiting Modernism Week ($25 admission includes return entry all weekend). Weekend show hours are Saturday from noon-6 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Open to the public, regular admission to the show is $15 per person.

The eventful weekend begins with “Aloha, Modernism Week: A Modern Beach Party with a Twist of Elvis". Attendees will be transported to 1960s Waikiki to enjoy signature cocktails and delectable hors d’oeuvres. A free screening of the 1961 Elvis Presley movie, Blue Hawaii will also take place.

The 10th annual Modernism Week will take place Feb. 12-22, 2015, in Palm Springs.

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