Modernism Week announces 2023 schedule

A portion of ticket proceeds benefit Modernism Week (a non-profit organization) and other local preservation, neighborhood, and community groups.
Modernism Week will run from Feb. 16 to Feb. 26 2023 and feature bus tours, house tours, walking tours, biking tours, themed cocktail parties, and more.

Hot on the heels of a successful mini version of the event, Modernism Week has announced it’s schedule for the full 11-day Modernism Week in February of next year.

Next year: The event will run from Feb. 16 to Feb. 26 and will feature bus tours, house tours, walking tours, biking tours, themed cocktail parties, and more.

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  • The keynote speaker for the event will be architect Thom Mayne.

Other events to watch: There’s a dizzying list of parties, tours, and panel discussions, but here’s a few to get your excited:

  • The Oscar and Emmy-nominated designers of Olivia Wilde’s feature film Don’t Worry Darling will be discussing the costumes and set design that made the film pop.

  • For the first time, Frank Sinatra’s 7.5-acre  “Villa Maggio” will be open to the public for tours.

  • Old favorites are returning like the tours of Sunnylands, Frey House II, and the Modern Garden Tour.

Good for the community: A portion of ticket proceeds benefit Modernism Week (a non-profit organization) and other local preservation, neighborhood, and community groups.

What they’re saying: “We are thrilled that Modernism Week is returning for its 18th year in Palm Springs,” said Lisa Vossler Smith, Modernism Week CEO. “We are particularly excited about the compelling new tours we have added to the schedule and we are honored to have world-renown architect Thom Mayne from Morphosis as our Keynote presenter.”

Need to know: Modernism Week famously sells out incredibly fast as people from all corners of the globe try and secure the best-of-the-best so here’s what you need to know about getting your hands on a ticket:

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