Last night, New York's Young Philanthropists hosted a museum dance at the Museum of Natural History. Amidst buffalo taxidermy and dinosaur skeletons, guests enjoyed cocktails, dinner, and dancing. All proceeds went to the museum's science education program.
Live entertainment was provided by DJ Jus-Ske, who is best known for spinning in New York's major club scene and his collaborations with Pharrel Williams. A silent auction took place and winners collected designer goods provided by high-end New York retailers, including Sak's Fifth Avenue.
Guests included Raleigh Leahy, Robyn Wasserman, Melissa Hawks, Riann Smith, Amy Marisa Balducci, Allison Mignone, Peter Lyden, Dana Wallach Jones, Dana Wallach Jones, Michael Jones, Melissa Berkelhammer, Elizabeth Kurpis, Ellen Futter, Steve Sadove, Suzy Johnson, Karin Sadove, Gillian Miniter, Sylvester Miniter, Peter Davis, Amy Fine Collins, Annika Connor, Angela Smith Domzal, Bill Cunningham, Harry Stendhal, Anthony Hayden Guest, Michael Scalisi, Penny Grant, Dawne Marie Grannum, Andrew Right, and Zibby Right.
Thursday, June 20
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.