Remix (2013, Jeanine Hays and Bryan Mason)

Date: 
March 20, 2014
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In REMIX: Decorating with Culture, Objects and Soul, authors Jeanine Hays and Bryan Mason explore today’s most popular cultural design trends and how they can fit into the modern interior. On March 20, Hays and Mason will continue the discussion! Join them with panelists Craig Wilson of Gallery 51, Jamila Payne of Soul Purpose Company and Sharne Algotsson, author of The Spirit of African Design, as they explore the hidden meanings woven into today’s most popular cultural accessories from throughout the African Diaspora and the various ways that contemporary African American decor styles incorporate and build on those meanings in modern homes and interiors. This event is presented by the Center for Architecture in partnership with the African American Museum in Philadelphia. Books will be available to purchase the evening of the event at the AIA Bookstore, located in the front of the Center for Architecture.About REMIX:
AphroChic bloggers and designers Jeanine Hays and Bryan Mason along with Lonny co-founder and photographer Patrick Cline take you into homes where cultural, global décor breathes beauty and soul into contemporary interiors. Whether you love to source pieces from your travels or simply wish to evoke the destination of your dreams, Remix shows how bold color, unique patterns like ikats and suzanis, original art, and handcrafted furnishings and accessories can help you express your cultural experiences in stylish, unforgettable rooms. With a foreword by HGTV Design Star Danielle Colding, Remix is both a striking object for your shelf and a book that restores meaning to the idea of “eclectic” decorating with genuine, personal style.
The authors will be on hand to sign books - which will be available for purchase in the Center's AIA Bookstore - after their presentation.
This program is being presented in collaboration with the African American Museum of Philadelphia. http://www.AAMPMuseum.org/

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