Beaux Arts Ball 2019: WAVE
A benefit for the programs of The Architectural League of New York.
September 27, 2019
We thank everyone who joined us for the 2019 Beaux Arts Ball. Click here to see pictures from the evening and thank you to everyone who generously supported the event.
First Wave, Nouvelle Vague, Third Wave, Next Wave, New Wave, No Wave. Waves have long been used as metaphors for movements and cohorts that mark moments in culture. The Architectural League’s Beaux Arts Ball 2019: WAVE celebrated these generative and transformative forces of waves. Continuing our multiyear residency exploring the Brooklyn Navy Yard, the 2019 Ball took place at Shed 269, a vast former submarine assembly building, currently part of Agger Fish Corp.
Greg Corso and Molly Hunker of SPORTS, along with lighting designer Ken Farmer of Wild Dogs International, created an original, immersive environment in response to the year’s theme.
Benefit Committee Chair
Benefit Committee Co-chairs
Bob Balder, Dana Getman, Lizzie Hodges, Andy Klemmer, Marc McQuade, Robin Elmslie Osler, Kirsten Sibilia, and Claire Weisz
The Architectural League extends its thanks to Marc Agger for helping to make this event possible.
The Architectural League gratefully thanks its supporters. Scroll down to view a full list of this year’s Benefit Committee.
Molly Hunker and Greg Corso, SPORTS
Ken Farmer, Wild Dogs International
DJ Jung and DJ Paz
Michael Bierut and Britt Cobb, Pentagram
Drinks & Light Fare
The Cleaver Company
Coney Island Brewing Company
Montauk Brewing Company