20th Century Cincinnati
20th Century Cincinnati show celebrates the century’s classic forms including mid century modern, art deco, streamline, and futuristic. The show features 50 vendors offering a wide selection of vintage-modern furnishing, lighting, decorative objects, vintage clothing and accessories.
When: February 28 – March 1
Where: Sharonville Convention Center – Cincinnati, Ohio
More information: call 513-738-7256 or visit www.20thcenturycincinnati.com
Chicago Modernism Show & Sale
Over 50 national and international decorative and fine arts dealers present design movements of the 20th Century.
When: March 28-29
Where: 1422 N. Kingsbury Street – Chicago, Illinois
More Information: visit www.dolphinfairs.com/chicagomodernism/
Modern Phoenix Expo and
Founding Fathers of Modern Phoenix Tour
The 5th Annual Modern Phoenix Expo features free public expo introducing products and services related to mid century modern design such as furniture, real estate, interior design, preservation and education. There are also many educational seminars on various topics including preservation of mid century modern architecture.
The highlight of the event is the Founding Fathers of Modern Phoenix Home, a self-guided park-and-walk tour through custom homes, tract homes and condos by Modern architects in Uptown Phoenix and Arcadia neighborhood.
When: April 3-5
Where: Phoenix & Scottsdale, Arizona
More Information: visit www.modernphoenix.net/hometour/
Los Angeles Modernism Show & Sale
Over 90 national and international furniture and fine arts dealers present design movements of the 20th Century.
When: May 1-3
Where: Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Pico & Main St – Santa Monica, California
More Information: visit www.dolphinfairs.com/lamodernism/
Back to the Future: Mid Century Modern Home Tour
Tour of five mid century modern homes designed by some of Indiana’s most forward-thinking twentieth-century architects. Sponsored by Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana and the Wabash Valley Trust for Historic Preservation.
When: May 30
Where: West Lafayette, Indiana
More Information: Contact Mark Dollase of Historic Landmarks Foundation at 800-450-4534