Modernism Week Fall Preview Streaming With A Modern Twist
Check out Modernism Week Fall Preview online this October, running October 15th through the 31st.
The Modernism Week Fall Preview teases what’s to come in February and highlights the marvelous Mid-Century Modern movement through tours, talks, documentaries, and more. Catch the exciting online events October 15th through the 31st.

Always as cool as the crisp desert evenings in autumn, the Modernism Week Fall Preview held each October teases the best of what to expect the following February at iconic Modernism Week. Long heralded as a highlight of the fall season, the Modernism Week Fall Preview gives enthusiasts an extra chance to dive into the aesthetic, history, and culture of the mid-century modern movement while exploring exceptional pads and putting on posh parties.

This year the Modernism Week Fall Preview is going to bring the authentic article into the digital age, with paid and free virtual events running October 15th through the 31st. From a signature home tour video series to documentaries on notable projects and the movement’s history, and concluding with a streamed happy hour, there are lots of fun, interesting, and uniquely MCM things on the agenda to enjoy this fall. Ticket prices range from $5 to $35 per streamed event. In addition to the paid events, you can stream 2 documentaries for free, including a film that explores the preservation of the Town & Country Center in Palm Springs and a look at the restoration and stabilization of the Cornelia White Residence. Both of the documentaries highlight the work of the Palm Springs Preservation Foundation and run about 20 minutes each. These two documentaries will be streaming for free starting at noon PDT on October 15th through October 19th at noon PDT.

For more information on the events and to purchase tickets, stop by the Modernism Week website.

About Modernism Week

Modernism Week celebrates and fosters appreciation of mid-century architecture and design, as well as contemporary thinking in these fields, by encouraging education, preservation and sustainable modern living as represented in the greater Palm Springs area.

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