Category Archives: 2002

A Society for All Ages

STUDENT DESIGN EXHIBITION, 2nd World Assembly on Ageing for the United Nations (WAA), Madrid, Spain. Parque Ferial Juan Carlos 1 (IFEMA) Hall 1.

Exhibition features 28 finalists from 10 countries.

Annual International Art Auction

A benefit featuring well-known international artists, from 6 – 9:30pm, at the National Arts Club, 15 Gramercy Park South, New York City.

Artists and art donors contact prior to February 28, 2002 to ensure inclusion in catalog. All donations are tax-deductible.

A Heat Wave…A Hot Art Market…and an ICCC Fundraising Art Auction

Thursday, March 28, 2002 6 pm – 9 pm

The National Arts Club Grand Gallery, 15 Gramercy Park South, New York

Co-chairs: Alice Adesman Esther R. Dyer Linda Friedman

An Invitation to Artists & Collectors to Donate

ICCC is holding an Art Auction for a wonderful cause: helping communities
worldwide address the impact of an aging population by designing and building communities for all ages.

Your once favorite canvases that you hate now – have no room for – we’ll take it! We’ll put it up for auction, and we’ll share the profits if you feel you need a base price or you can give the whole kit and caboodle to our worthwhile organization. If it’s a sketch, a drawing, a valuable poster, or an antique, we want to do business with you.

As a money maker for you or as just a contribution to us. Run through your attic, through your basement storeroom or through your mini storage you’re paying rent on to store art you’ll never hang again – either because you’ve outgrown it or just don’t have room for it.

The fun part! We’re going to have a great cocktail bash beforehand starting at 6 pm. A donation of $50 per person will cover the Foundation’s costs. We hope you will come for this VIP event. Live auction begins at 7:30 pm.

Call Linda Friedman to donate 212.889.3417

Reservations: Tel. 212.688.4321 Fax. 212.759.5893

Have fun! Meet the artists!
Proceeds support ICCC’s International Student Design Competition

The ICCC International Art Auction
in support of the International Student Design Competition

Artists and Donators: Please send us a slide or e-mail a digital photo and short description of the artwork. Include as much descriptive information as possible: Artist’s name, date, medium, dimensions, estimated value and any special information that might make interest a collector. Catalog information due February 28th.

The Silent Auction will be held from 6pm until 15 minutes after the Live Auction closes. The Live Auction will feature 20 terrific works from artists around the world. Our Auctioneer is Aldon James, President of The National Arts Club. The National Arts Club, located on a historic Gramercy Park, has for more than a century been in the forefront of artists endeavor. The Clubhouse is the former residence of Samuel Tilden, a major American politician. The reception and auction will be held in the Grand Gallery.

Your tax advantage:

Artists and Art Donations: Fully deductible as allowed by law (ICCC is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization)

Partners: If you’re partnering with us on the work-that you’ve placed a reserve (your minimum price to get back) it’s a little more complicated but we’ll sort it out together-call Linda Freidman at 212-889-3417 with any questions.

3rd Annual Conference and Student Design Exhibition

Caring Communities for the 21st Century: Imagining the Possible” at the United Nations. 6pm-7:30pm United Nations Headquarters Conference Room. Winners

The “Age of Connectivity” interrelates basic elements that influence our quality of life — family, education, health, housing, multi-levels of government, and the information highway (ICT) offering a quality blueprint for an enriched “Society for All Ages“.

Keynote Speaker: Conductor Benjamin Zander, Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, and author of the book “The Art of Possibility.”