Annual Evening of Traditional Craft

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15th Annual Evening of Traditional Craft

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Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Two International Place, Boston MA
6:00 - 8:00 pm 

 VIEW
an exhibit of exceptional work by students and graduates of NBSS  

MEET
the artisans whose work is on display  

 LEARN
about the skills taught at NBSS and the objects and careers built by graduates 

Support

student scholarships by being a part of this special evening 

 

The exhibit associated with the Annual Evening of Traditional Craft includes work of both alumni and students and is on view for three weeks at Two International Place, May 10 - 30. The exhibit is curated by Walter McDonald, former NBSS Associate Director and Gallery Director, Boyd Allen, CF'12.

Click here to purchase tickets or a sponsorship level.
Click here to be added to the invitation mailing list.

 Ticket information

Individual tickets
$175
Includes entry to the event

Sponsorship Levels & Benefits

Presenting Sponsor
$10,000
NBSS will work with you to meet your/your company's goals
Underwriter
$5,000
Includes 10 event tickets
Benefactor
$2,500
Includes 8 event tickets
2nd Century Patron
$1,500
Includes 6 event tickets
Patron
$1,000
Includes 4 event tickets
Sponsor
$500
Includes 2 event tickets

All sponsorship levels receive:

  • Acknowledgement signage at event and during the three-week exhibit
  • Listing in the event invitation*
  • Listing in the event program*
  • Listing in the 2013-14 Annual Report
  • Listing on the NBSS website
  • Complimentary garage parking for all sponsorship guests

*Sponsorship gifts and pledges received by March 17 will be listed in the invitation and program and those received by April 25 will be listed in the program.

Click here to download detailed sponsorship information. 

Click here to see pictures from last year's event.

For questions regarding the event or sponsorship opportunities, contact Christine Jankowski at cjankowski@nbss.edu or 617-227-0155 x170.

Thank you for your support!  

 

TWO INTERnational Place Parking and Directions

The International Place garage parking is available for $9 for the evening (starting after 5pm). Sponsors and their guests receive complimentary garage parking; validation tickets will be distributed at the event registration table.

From the North: Take 93 South to Exit 24A, Government Center. Take a left at the end of the ramp. Go through six (6) set of lights. International Place, consisting of two cylindrical towers, is the property on your right. The International Place garage entrance is on the right.

From the South:Take 93 North to Exit 23, Government Center. Follow Government Center/Aquarium sign (left lane). Take left onto Surface Road. Go through seven (7) sets of lights. International Place, consisting of two cylindrical towers, is the property on your right. The International Place garage entrance is on the right.

From the East/Logan Airport: Take Exit 24&25 to 93 North. Take 93 North to Exit 23, Government Center. Follow Government Center/Aquarium sign (left lane). Take left onto Surface Road. Go through seven (7) sets of lights. International Place, consisting of two cylindrical towers, is the property on your right. The International Place garage entrance is on the right.

From the West/Mass Pike: 90/Mass Pike East and take the 93 North Exit. Follow 93 North to Exit 23, Government Center. Follow Government Center/Aquarium sign (left lane). Take left onto Surface Road. Go through seven (7) sets of lights. International Place, consisting of two cylindrical towers, is the property on your right. The International Place garage entrance is on the right.

MBTA InformationInternational Place is located in the Financial District, at the corner of High Street and Oliver Street, which is adjacent to the Central Artery. Convenient public transportation stops are the Red Line at South Station, the Green Line at Government Center, the Orange Line at State Street and the Blue Line at State Street and Aquarium. 


Thank you to the 2014 sponsors


Presenting Sponsor ($10,000)
Carl & Judy Ferenbach

Underwriter ($5,000)
William T. & Louise Burgin
Bruce & Lynn Dayton
Bob & Bobo Devens
Amos & Barbara Hostetter

Benefactor ($2,500)
BOND
The Chiofaro Company
Firestone & Parson, Inc.
Lynch & Lynch
The Palm Restaurant
Pomeroy & Co.
Adrienne & Mitchell Rabkin
Steven B. Soppe
Toni & Lewis Surdam

2nd Century Patron ($1,500)
Jeannie & Henry Becton
Cambridge Trust Company
Eaton Vance Investment Counsel
First Republic Bank
John F. Gifford & Brigid Sullivan
Devens and Sandy Hamlen
Hemenway & Barnes LLP
Island Underwriters Insurance Agency, Inc.
Peder & Ali Johnson
Charles & Charlotte Kline
Tish & Steve Mead
Pasek Corporation
Peter & Jane Talbot
Elizabeth Thomson
Mary & Tim Williams

Patron ($1,000)
Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects

Anchor Capital Advisors, LLC
Enid Beal
James & McKey Berkman
Arthur D. Clarke & Co.
C. Forbes & Carolyn Dewey
F.H. Perry Builder
Peter Feinmann, CA '83 Feinmann, Inc.
Denise M. Fenoglio
Fox RPM Corp.
Bruns & Penny Grayson
John & Annie Hall
Vincent & Becky Kennedy
Kochman Reidt + Haigh Cabinetmakers
Catherine C. Lastavica
Marcum LLP
The McConnell Family
Walter McDonald & Carol O'Hare
Bill & Muffy Oates
Osborn Studio+
Payne/Bouchier, Inc.
Pella Windows & Doors, LLC
David Polstein & Emily Stavis
Pre-Con Construction
Lisa Von Clemm
J. Hunter & Candy Walton

Sponsor ($500)
Joel Alvord & Lisa Schmid Alvord
David Arnold
George & Barbara Beal
Jackie Blombach & Michael Duca
David & Phyllis Bloom
Katharine Colt Boden
Tim & Mary Rose Bolton
William & Nannette Braucher
Fenton Burke
Jeanne Fiol Burlingame
Carlysle Engineering
Harold J. Carroll
Central Ceilings, Inc.
Richard & Betsy Cheek
F. S. Cheever
Meredith & Eugene Clapp
H. Nichols B. Clark
Kevin & Carol Cleveland
Janet & Bill Coleman
William Creelman
D'Agostino, Izzo, Quirk Architects, Inc.
Nicholas & Elizabeth Deane
George & Leigh Denny
Shannon & Billy Devens
Charlie & Diana Devens
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Divilio
John M. Driggers & Barbara Gibbs
Polly Drinkwater
Chip & Jane Elfner
Chris & Janet English
John & Janet Ganson
Gaston Electric Co. Inc.
Susan & Michael Goldman
Miguel Gómez-Ibáñez & Fay Larkin
Grogan and Company
Barbara Halporn
James M. Hamlen
Joe Hammer & Jeri Hamlen
Deborah M. Hauser
William & Corinna Hettinger
Patrick Calhoun Hickox & Brigid Williams
Jutta Hicks
Nancy J. Hoffman
Edward & Marianna Howland
James Hughes
Mr. & Mrs. Walter Hunnewell, Jr.
Hutker Architects
Tim & Joanie Ingraham
Mr. & Mrs. Edward C. Johnson, 3D
Barbara R. Kapp & Paul J. Mitarachi
Thomas Kelly & Peggy Badenhausen
Kennedy & Violich Architecture
Geoffrey & Sidney Kenyon
Michael & Claire King
Joe & Peggy Kociubes
David & Susan Lawrence
Edward & Joyce Lawrence
David W. Lewis, Jr.
Parker & Marie Llewellyn
Stephen Lorch
M.F. Reynolds, Inc.
Robert & Heidi Manice
Anne & Marc Margulies
Mark Richey Woodworking
Abigail B. Mason
Paul & Carla McDonough
James McNeely Architects
Frank & Penny Mead
Andy & Sally Miller
Starr Moore
Caroline Mortimer & Richard Grubman
Ken & Michelle Mostello
O'Connell Design Build Ltd.
Marie & Richard Oedel
Robert & Elizabeth Owens
Robert Patterson
Isabel C. Perkins
David & Elizabeth Powell
Chris Rifkin
Jim & Sandy Righter
Cornelia C. Roberts
Edward Roberts & Susie McIntosh
Rockler Woodworking & Hardware
S&F Concrete Contractors, Inc.
Charles Sawyer
Laura & Bill Shucart
Arthur & Jeannette Taylor
Ed Toomey
Stephen Tucker & Peggy Garland
E. Denis & Eugenie Walsh
Jim & Roselee Wayman
David & Susan Williams
Madolyn & Bill Wilson
Jeanne W. Yozell
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