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Moore College of Art had their annual fashion show at the Wyndham Franklin on May 1st. Designer Betsy Johnson, who served as senior class critic,attended the 2002 Fashion Show. She had hosted the 13 graduating seniors at her studio in New York City and advised them throughout the year as they developed their collections, from initial sketches to patterns to finished garments.
The Art Alliance's 2002 Wetherill Ball was held Tuesday April 9, to honor Helen W. Drutt English with the Medal of Achievement and Jeffrey Gribler with the Award of Merit. Helen W. Drutt English is an internationally recognized authority in the field of contemporary crafts. Her gallery has been located in Philadelphia since 1973. For her tireless championing of the craft movement, Helen W. Drutt English has received many awards. Jeffrey Gribler has been with the Pennsylvania Ballet since 1975. More than 25 years later, Mr. Gribler retired as the Ballet's Principal Dancer, a position he had held since 1982. In his career, Mr. Gribler danced leading roles in numerous ballets by George Balanchine, Paul Taylor, William Forsythe and Lar Lubovitch. Mr. Gribler danced leading roles in classical ballets such as Swan Lake, Giselle, Cinderella, and Romeo and Juliet.
Usona, Old City's uber-hip furniture store on Market between 2nd and 3rd held an appropriately cool reception on Monday, April 8th to celebrate the expansion of their showroom. Proprietors Kevin Burns and Igor were kept occupied all evening entertaining the steady flow of guests. Speaking of steady flow – we all enjoyed the wines and snacks provided by Fork restaurant.
The Philadelphia Antiques Show kicked off the 41st show, 2002 Americana Theme, at a Preview Party on Friday, April 5th at the Philadelphia Armory. The Philadelphia Antiques Show is recognized as one of the finest American Antiques and decorative arts show in the country. Fifty-six of the nation's leading dealers gathered to showcase their finest Americana. This year's loan exhibition, This Glorious House Stenton, featureed fabulous furniture and artifacts from James Logan's 1730 country home. Stenton, which is maintained by the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, is a pristine example of a Quaker plantation. Included in the loan exhibition are pieces of furniture original to Stenton that have never been seen publicly.
The Sofitel Hotel hosted a scotch whiskey tasting on Thursday, April 4th in their swanky bar, La Bourse. Several liquor companies were there, each with five to eight different kinds of scotch from different areas of the land of the kilt. Midway through, a bagpipe player piped his way through the bar, prompting the pourers to add an extra splash to our glasses. The Old Boys club was present, but so too, were some new inductees to the 80-proof club – a few young women made the scene lively and even chomped down on cigars at the bar with the old guard. Catch the next tastings every thursday in April - the 11th, 18th, and 25th.
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