Beaux Arts Ball

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Lights. Music. Costume. Design, dance, and refreshments in "The Theater of Our Imagination"... The Beaux Arts Ball this April 1st at 7 PM, hosted in the newly renovated Hinman Research Building, promises to inspire resounding revelry you will not want to miss.  Georgia Tech AIAS and the School of Architecture invite you to join us and encourage your most imaginative attire!  Find out more at http://gtbeauxarts.org.

For discounted ticket bundles please contact Jason Garza at garza.jason@hotmail.com
Ticket Sales at: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/165163

  • $10 for students
  • $15 for young professionals
  • $30 for professionals

The Beaux Arts Ball is a costume ball dating back as early as the late 19th century originating in the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, or the School of Fine Arts in Paris, France. The first Balls saw elaborately designed allegorical floats circle the room of the Ecole at midnight, later to be judged by a panel of design critics. Such rituals influenced the Fathers of Modernism in New York City as they held similar Balls that they attended dressed up as the very buildings they designed. The Beaux Arts Ball comes back to Atlanta as Georgia Tech AIAS, in cooperation with Georgia Tech's School of Architecture, presents the "Theater of Imagination" Masquerade. Bring out your best masque and enjoy the festivities. 


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