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This June, ART PAPERS invites you to a special multi-part event at ADAC. Organized by ART PAPERS board member Robert Brown of Robert Brown Interior Design, and hosted by ADAC and Baker Showroom, this cocktail reception, exhibition, and panel discussion explore the intimate and complex connection between art collecting and interior design.

Part I: Cocktails & Conversation
Thursday, June 4, 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Baker, Knapp & Tubbs Showroom, Suite 206, ADAC
Tickets $50 / person
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Part II: Panel Discussion
Friday, June 5, 10:00 - 11:00 am
ADAC Seminar Room
Panel is Free with Registration
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Location for both Salon events:
Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC)
351 Peachtree Hills Ave NE, Atlanta
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$50 / person in advance Quantity:  

You will receive an email confirmation, and your name/s will be on the guest list.

Acquiring and displaying contemporary art requires enthusiasts to navigate and often modify the structures of their homes or offices, in order to truly showcase their collection, and create comfortable and dynamic environments. Fortunately, professionals exist to curate the relationship between fine art, architecture, and home décor. For this ART PAPERS Salon, we invite some of Atlanta's most celebrated interior designers to join forces with the city's most exiting art galleries, to explore the pleasures and the intimacies of living—and designing—with contemporary art.

Organized by Robert Brown of Robert Brown Interior Design, this ART PAPERS Salon Series event will feature original vignettes incorporating artworks and furnishings by interior designers Michel Boyd, Amy Morris, Bill Musso, Jonathan Savage, and Melanie Turner who will occupy the ADAC showroom of Baker, Knapp & Tubbs to present a range of aesthetic approaches to incorporating art into the home.

On Thursday, June 4, Salon Series guests are invited to meet the designers, gallery owners, and artists featured at an exclusive after hours cocktail and hors d'oeuvre gathering on site, where they will be able to experience, celebrate, and discuss these bespoke interiors.

The festivities will be followed Friday morning, June 5, with a panel discussion, hosted by Betsy Riley of Atlanta Magazine, examining the intersection of interior design, architecture, curating, and collecting.

This edition of the ART PAPERS Salon Series is co-presented by Robert Brown Interior Design, Baker Furniture, ADAC, and Modern Atlanta.

T. William Alvey, III
Suzanne M. Arpin
Cyndae Arrendale
Betty and Robert Balentine
Robert Brawner
Lee and Sunny Burrows
Paul Hagedorn
Diana & Bijon Memar
Valerie & Vernon O'Neal
Tim O'Rourke
Alison Rand & Allan Zachariah
Lillian & Johnathan Short
Dawn & Eric Tresh

The ART PAPERS SALON: Designing & Living with Contemporary Art is the first in a series of 4 Salon events this year. Host committee members of the ART PAPERS Salon Series receive priority tickets to upcoming events prior to tickets being made available to the larger ART PAPERS audience. More Info

Join Host Committee Online
$1200 / couple
includes 2 tickets to each Salon
$600 / individual
includes 1 ticket to each Salon

Join By Mail:
send check payable to ART PAPERS to P.O. Box 5748, Atlanta, GA 31107

ART PAPERS is an Atlanta-based contemporary arts nonprofit organization. The ART PAPERS Salon Series benefits our 39 year-old, award-winning, bi-monthly culture magazine covering local and international artistic endeavor, our distinguished public and educational programming, and the hundreds of writers and artists we commission and collaborate with every year.

ART PAPERS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization; donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. The tax deductibility of tickets is as follows: $25 of the $50 ticket; $350 of the $600 host committee individual; and $750 of the $1,200 host committee couple.

Questions? Contact:
Saskia Benjamin, Executive Director

tel 404.588.1837 x18

ART PAPERS is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs for the City of Atlanta. Funding for this program is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners. Funding and support has also been generously provided by the Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund, The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, The Imlay Foundation, and the LUBO Fund.

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