MIAC EVENT


Date and Time
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
4:00pm— 8:30pm
Location
Wessen Lawn Tennis Club

Columbia Alumni Association has invited all Ivy alumni to join them at an upcoming September 23rd event

 

WHAT: Please join us for a "White Party" with Bill Massie
WHO: Ivy Alumni and Guests
WHEN: September 23, 2014 at 4pm - 8:30pm
WHERE: Wessen Lawn Tennis Club 235 Wessen St., Pontiac, MI 48341
Cost: $15/person + $10/guest

RSVP: Please visit the this website where you can sign up.

Note: Pay Pal is set up on the site.

  

Please join us for a "White Party" with Bill Massie, architect-in-residence at the Cranbrook Academy of Art, who hosts our Club Sept. 23

at his new lawn tennis club in Pontiac.

Massie is an accomplished architect who not only earned his Master of Architecture from Columbia University

but also taught at the school.

He's known internationally for his work and has a piece in the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
The White Party theme is in honor of the tennis tradition of wearing all-white on the tennis courts.
Please wear something white, though it need not be a head-to-toe ensemble.

Unless, of course, you want to play on the grass courts — and here is your chance:
Massie has invited alumni and their guests who RSVP for this event to play tennis on the courts of this
private club before the actual event 4 to 6 p.m. No membership required. Only requirement for those
who want to play is to wear ALL WHITE. Starting at 6 p.m., we'll enjoy refreshments and appetizers
as we get a tour of the club and grounds. Following that is a talk by Massie — a Michigan native via Grand Rapids.
He'll share his background and how and why he is so passionate about lawn tennis and the city of Pontiac.

He'll also share career highlights, including winning the prestigious Arts and Letters Award in Architecture
from the American Academy of Arts and Letters in 2011, his architectural inspirations, and memories of his days at Columbia.


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