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SARASOTAMOD IS 3 WEEKS AWAY.
EVENTS ARE SELLING OUT FAST . . . GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY!

 

Tune In: SarasotaMOD Virtual Events


“MOD’s LIVE Kickoff with Carl Abbott “
Live Online – Friday, November 6, 2020
6:00 – 6:45 PM       FREE
RSVP REQUIRED – Click here to register. Then keep an eye out for a Zoom invite that will be sent via email on Friday, Nov. 6th.

Start SarasotaMOD Weekend off with a bang!  Sit in on an informal discussion between MOD honoree Carl Abbott FAIA and Christopher Wilson, Ringling College architectural historian, as they talk about what it was like to study under Paul Rudolph, the basic tenets of the “Sarasota School of Architecture” movement and how the practice of architecture has changed since Carl first began working in the 1960s.  Then participate in a LIVE Q&A session following, with Carl taking questions submitted by the audience.

“In/Formed by the Land: Carl Abbott’s Architecture for Nature”
Online Viewing Premiere – Friday, November 6, 2020
7:00 PM and on-demand throughout the weekend
$10 suggested donation – Click here to reserve tickets
*Ticket holders will receive a link via email to view the presentation. 

Catch a virtual presentation,” In/Formed by the Land: Carl Abbott’s Architecture for Nature.” Hear SarasotaMOD Weekend 2020 honoree Carl Abbott FAIA speak about his career, his influences and his projects in a recorded conversation with Anne-Marie Russell, Executive Director of the Sarasota Art Museum and curator of the “Carl Abbott: Architecture for Nature” exhibition.

Virtual “Carl by Car” Tour Package
Ticket holders will receive access to the same videos of Carl Abbott explaining selected projects that were specially-created for SarasotaMOD Weekend 2020. A great option for those MOD supporters who cannot make the trip this year.

Tour includes the videos created for “Carl by Car – North Tour,” and “Carl by Car- South Tour.”
Videos will be available on November 7th at 12:00 pm through November 15th.
Click here to buy tickets

Event Availability Update

Newly released tickets for previously sold out events – MidMOD Party and Lido Shores Bundle now available!

With Covid-19 in mind, SAF has redesigned MOD to meet CDC guidelines.  Safety considerations include timed entries, smaller groups, open-air settings and mandatory face coverings.  As a result, ticket availability is limited. 

Friday, November 6th
 SOLD OUT  VIP Tickets
 Tickets Available  MOD’s LIVE Kickoff with Carl Abbott – RSVP Here. Zoom Invite to follow via email.
 Tickets Available  “In/Formed by the Land: Carl Abbott’s Architecture for Nature” Online Film Screening
 Tickets Available  SarasotaMOD Happy Hour at The Sarasota Modern – RSVP here.

Saturday, November 7th
 Limited Availability   Yoga Under the Umbrella
 SOLD OUT  Carl & Co” by Kayak
 Limited Availability  Carl by Car” Self-Guided Driving-North Tour

 Tickets Available  Virtual “Carl by Car” Tour Package
 Limited Availability  Lido Shores Self-Guided “Gulf & Gardens” Walking Tours
 Limited Availability  BUNDLE Lido Shores Self-Guided “Gulf & Gardens” and Umbrella House Tour
 Limited Availability  MidMOD Weekend Party – Sarasota Art Museum

Sunday, November 8th
 ONE Ticket Available Carl & Co.” by Kayak – Siesta Key
 Limited Availability  Carl by Car” Self-Guided Driving-South Tour
 Limited Availability  Lido Shores Self-Guided “Gulf & Gardens” Walking Tours
 Limited Availability  BUNDLE Lido Shores Self-Guided “Gulf & Gardens” and Umbrella House Tour


Sneak Peek: “Gulf & Gardens” & “Carl by Car”

Private Residence
*Included in Lido Shores Self-Guided “Gulf & Gardens” Tour

Explore one of the largest residential properties on the Gulf Coast of Florida encompassing more than 5 acres of grounds with a one-third mile walking path encircling the property.  Landscape Architect Richard Anderson created the path to link a series of different “garden rooms” to be experienced as you stroll around the grounds. 

The Butterfield House
Carl Abbott
*Included in “Carl by Car” Self-Guided Driving – South Tour
This residence pays homage to its neighbor across the bayou, Ralph Twitchell and Paul Rudolph’s “Cocoon House” (1950), by orienting the building and extending the linear pool out towards the historic structure. A generous outdoor space ingeniously solves the requirement to protect the structure from flooding and provides the large outdoor Great Room the clients requested for their love of outdoor living.