Members & Sponsors

LEARN  the value and beauty of this unique period in 20th century culture

  the era's architectural, decorative, industrial & cultural arts

CELEBRATE  the period's film, fashion, dance & music

Our Members and Sponsors are the foundation of ADSW. Their commitment anchors our preservation efforts and program offerings.

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Learn and socialize with kindred spirits!

Members enjoy regular programs celebrating the era through tours, lectures, trips, films, concerts, fashion shows, receptions, exhibits, and more.

Members receive reduced price admission for most programs and invitations to members-only events.

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corporate sponsorship

Corporate Sponsorship helps us foster awareness of this unique period through our programs and vital preservation projects.  To support ADSW, or to sponsor one of our events, please consider becoming a Sponsor.

Depending on the support level, Sponsors are featured in the ADSW website; the Modernism Show program; Trans-Lux, our quarterly printed journal; and Streamlines, our e-newsletter.  Sponsors may also receive recognition in promotions for ADSW events. 

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