Automotive Jewelry Art Exhibit by Michael Furman

May 23 – October 11, 2015 Since Michael Furman photographed his first car in the studio, he became fascinated by the mascots and badges that have identified them. They appear as small sculptures or designs in themselves, and became the subject of Michael’s recent book, Automotive Jewelry, Volume One; Mascots, Badges. A book like this had not been undertaken before – a visual reference of the great automotive “identifiers” since the late 1800s – unencumbered by...

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Motorbikes for the Masses

Inexpensive, reliable, easy to maneuver and park transportation for a crowded urban area. This is where motorbikes, scooters, and mopeds really shine compared to ‘traditional’ motorcycles. The AACA Museum honors these often under-appreciated and sometimes ridiculed machines with its new exhibit, “Motorbikes for the Masses”. While not a new invention (the 1915 Motoped from Long Island is considered to be the first production scooter), smaller motorbikes and scooters gained...

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Fantastic Frozen Party

February 15, 2015   The Disney movie “Frozen” has been a crowd favorite and we wanted to create a fun event around this movie to get folks out of the house and eliminate that February cabin fever! Choose from one of two sessions: 3-5:30 PM OR  6-8:30 PM Festivities will take place on the lower level gallery of the AACA Museum with the highlight being the  Sing-A-Long version of “Frozen”!   You can also look forward to appearances by Elsa and...

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