September 2 – 5, 2011
Queen Mary Art Deco Festival
RMS Queen Mary
1126 Queen’s Highway
Long Beach 90802
There’s still time to join the Art Deco Society of Los Angeles for the 7th annual Queen Mary Art Deco Festival aboard the beautiful Art Deco Queen Mary in Long Beach. It’s the best value vacation you can take this year! “Cruise” aboard the last of the great Maritime Monarchs at Recession–busting prices! There’s a package for everyone–the weekend is filled with tours, lectures, the Art Deco Bazaar, a grand Art Deco Ball, tea dance, Cocktails in Historic Places®, and so much more. The proceeds from the Art Deco Ball and restoration of the original art aboard the 1936 ocean liner. Go to www.queenmary.com or our Queen Mary Art Deco Festival page for all the latest information.
QM Hotel rooms for Saturday Night, September 3, are SOLD OUT!
Remember, you can still purchase a la carte tickets for the Friday night Pajama Party, Saturday night Art Deco Grand Ball and Sunday afternoon Tea Dance, you can attend lectures on Saturday and/or Sunday just by purchasing a general admission ticket for $24.95 for the day!
September 24 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Art Deco Walking Tour of Hollywood Boulevard
The Egyptian Theater (Meet in the Courtyard)
6712 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood CA 90028
The Art Deco Society of Los Angeles is proud to announce a brand new walking tour of Hollywood Boulevard, where the film industry took root, and flourished, defining glamour, modernity and fun for not just the country, but for the world.
On this tour you’ll see famous Hollywood and Art Deco masterpieces (The Egyptian Theatre and the Pantages Theatre) as well as unsung beauties that you might have walked by. You’ll see palaces of commerce along with pocket-sized examples that housed and continue to house a local businessman’s dream. You might think you know Hollywood Boulevard, but we bet we’ve got some surprises for you!
Saturday, October 8, 2011 • 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
28th Annual Hollywood Forever
Cemetery Walking Tour
Hollywood Forever Cemetery
6000 Santa Monica Boulevard
Tour one of Old Hollywood’s most sought after “afterworld” addresses as the Art Deco Society of Los Angeles retells Hollywood’s History by the people buried at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. This historical site is the final resting place for a pantheon of stars, movie moguls and early pioneers including Rudolph Valentino, Douglas Fairbanks, Tyrone Power, C.B. De Mille, and Griffith J. Griffith, and other high-flying Angelenos.
The 110 year-old cemetery showcases an elegant (and eclectic) collection of monument styles, shrines and mausoleums, which attest that our forefathers died as stylishly as they lived. Guided walking tours will explore Old Hollywood through the lives, and deaths of these glamorous and mostly outspoken citizens, those who mapped Hollywood, and those who put Hollywood on the map. The first tour leaves at 10:00 am with subsequent tours departing at approximately 20-minute intervals. The last group leaves at noon. Each tour lasts approximately 2 to 2-1/2 hours.
20$ Entry Fee