Please join us for our next lecture on Monday March 5th at 1.15pm at the Bruce Museum.
Davidde E. Strackbein, Chair, Board of Trustees, Greenwich Historical Society; Volunteer, Greenwich Historical Society for 32 Years; Project Chair and Researcher, The Great Estates, Greenwich, Connecticut (1880-1930) published 1986
Location: Bruce Museum
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The Program Committee has made arrangements for Page Knox, our February speaker on David Hockney, to give a 80 minute tour of the “David Hockney” exhibit, which opens November 27th at the Met Museum. This is Hockney’s first retrospective in 29 years.. It was viewed by a half million people last spring at the “Tate”
Our tour date is Monday, December 11 at 11am. Read More
GDAS is pleased to advise you that we now have an archive of all our lectures since 2010 on this web site. Please go to More and then click on History for details. Read More
We enjoyed a walking tour of the High Line with Robin Garr, formerly with The Bruce Museum, of the 1.5 mile urban park created on the remains of a no-longer-in-use, elevated freight train track. It runs from 34th Street south to Gansevoort Street on the west side of Manhattan.
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Erik Gronning, our speaker at the December 2016 lecture, met our group at Sotheby’s in New York and gave us a fabulous tour of the highlights of the collections that are being auctioned off during Americana Week in January, 2017. Read More
On a cold snowy day we visited two very different "Gilded Mansions" of the Hudson Valley Read More
GDAS members enjoyed the 30th Anniversary Celebration lecture and lunch at the Greenwich Water Club on October 5th 2015. Speaker Ulysses Grant Dietz, Chief Curator, Curator of Decorative Arts, Newark Museum gave a fascinating talk on Money, Beauty, Power: The Transformation of Taste in America’s Gilded Age Read More
We had a great trip to the Hudson Valley in early October Read More