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RDA News & Notes

Lawndale Art Center: Design Fair 2010


Design Fair 2010, formerly the 20th Century Modern Market, features vintage modern objects of the 20th century as well as cutting edge contemporary design. The best in design for furniture, glass, ceramics, lighting, books, metalwork and fashion will be for sale to collectors alike.

Also, new in 2010 is The Texas Co-Op, curated by Houston retail legend Mickey Rosmarin who brings his unique and sophisticated perspective to Texas Design.

April 2010 is MODern Month in Houston. Houston Mod has planned a series of events celebrating our modern legacy. Click here for a full list of events. Click here for more information about Houston Mod.

For more information about this event visit Lawndale Art Center.

Preview Party
Friday, April 23, 2010
6 PM–9 PM
Event Chair: Vernon Caldera

Admission:
$60 per person for Lawndale members
$75 for non-members
(includes admission throughout weekend)

Dress: Don Draper Chic

Shop early for the best modern and contemporary design at Lawndale Art Center. Sip on cool libations and nibble on tasty treats amongst the finest selection of furniture, glass, ceramics, lighting, books, metalwork and fashion. You won’t want to miss this chance to pickup your next treasure.

Guests of the Design Fair Preview Party can keep the party going at the Lucky Strike Lanes & Lounge Luxe Lounge for an After Party at 1201 San Jacinto St.

Fair Days
Saturday and Sunday April 24 and 25
10 AM–5 PM
Weekend Pass : $5

Two full days of shopping among a special selection of vintage modern objects of the 20th century, as well as cutting edge contemporary design.

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