Director's Council of the Museum of the City of New York
The Museum’s Director’s Council is a group of individuals who have established an on-going commitment to the Museum and its mission. Each fall, they host the New York After Dark cocktail party as well as the black-tie Winter Ball gala dinner to raise funds and awareness for the Museum.
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Spring Symposium & Luncheon
At the Museum of the City of New York, it is our charge to celebrate New Yorkers who have made a lasting impact on the cultural landscape of this great city. The Spring Symposium & Luncheon, a beloved annual tradition for more than two decades, will take place on Wednesday, June 3, 2015, featuring Simon Doonan and Jonathan Adler. Past speakers have included Gloria Vanderbilt, Jamie Drake, Peter Pennoyer, Miles Redd, William T. Georgis and Alexa Hampton. At this year’s Luncheon, we are inaugurating the City of Design Awards, to be presented annually by the City Museum. The award will recognize those who have made New York the design capital of the world and who inspire future generations of designers to bring their talents to our great city. The inaugural Awards will be given to Jonathan and Simon in recognition of their creativity and influence in New York’s fashion and design communities.
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Chairman’s Leadership Award Dinner
Each year, the City Museum presents the annual Chairman’s Leadership Award to an outstanding corporate citizen in admiration of their contributions to the life and well-being of New York City. This year, we are proud to present the award to Scott L. Bok, Chief Executive Officer of Greenhill & Co., Inc., at a gala dinner, which will take place at the Museum on Thursday, June 11th.
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Frederick A. O. Schwarz Children’s Center Benefit
The Museum of the City of New York will host Hotsy Totsy on Fifth, A Speakeasy to benefit the Frederick A. O. Schwarz Children’s Center. We'll enjoy an evening of cocktails, music and dancing in the Museum’s Fifth Avenue building during this first event of its kind. Co-chairs are Kenneth E. Lee and Susan Jang, Kamie Lightburn, Kathy Prounis and Ann Spence.
This fall, the City Museum will present legendary jazz musician and composer Wynton Marsalis with the Louis Auchincloss Prize at the Cabaret! gala, featuring a performance and seated dinner on October 14th, 2015. The Prize recognizes and celebrates his indelible contributions to New York City’s jazz scene; outstanding work with Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Jazz Academy and his enthusiastic support of the next generation of jazz greats. We are pleased to honor one who has ensured the continued vitality of such a uniquely American art form. Past Louis Auchincloss Prize honorees include Philip Glass, Stephen Sondheim, Lynne Meadow, Sheldon Harnick, Ada Louise Huxtable, Pete Hamill, and Elliott Erwitt.
Learn about the 2015 Cabaret! gala here.
Children's Holiday Party
The City Museum’s Children’s Holiday Party has been a beloved New York City holiday tradition for over 40 years. Designed for boys and girls ages 3 to 9 and organized by a volunteer committee of parents, it takes place in the Museum’s landmark building and includes a host of kid-friendly activities and performances, and of course, a visit with Santa.
Learn about the 2015 Children's Holiday Party here.
Events for the Alexander Hamilton Circle
Join us for exclusive receptions and private tours of exhibitions and art collections at the City Museum and beyond.
2015 Young Members Circle Events
Enjoy walking tours of New York City neighborhoods, curator-led exhibition tours, and behind-the-scenes experiences at the City Museum created especially for our Young Members Circle.
Big Apple Bash
Join the Young Members Circle, a membership group for rising professionals ages 21 to 39, at the Eighth Annual Big Apple Bash on September 18th, 2015 from 7:00 to 10:00 pm. Enjoy a specially curated cocktails, dancing on our Fifth Avenue Terrace overlooking Central Park, and private access to all of the Museum's exhibitions!
For more information on these or other special events at the City Museum, please contact Claude Barilleaux at 917.492.3326 or firstname.lastname@example.org.