|Three's Company-Rita Rome, Sidney Kimmel aka John Ritter, and Caroline Kimmel|
Jazz Guitarists greeted the guests as they entered the campus.
Billy Tsien had mixed feelings about attending the gala. Tsien and Williams competed with 24 other architects to get the Barnes commission. "We probably never going to get a commission like this again," said Tsien.
She was happy that I liked that the entrance was on 20th Street and not on the Parkway. "It was controversial to put the entrance on 20th Street. Many people thought the entrance should have been on the Parkway, which is what most museums would have done." she said."We wanted to create a sanctuary."
|This picture of Suzanne Roberts displays the tranquility that museum goers will feel upon entering|
The Renoirs on the wall competed for attention with the beautifully dress women at the gala.
|The President of Lincoln University Robert Jennings and his wife|
|Ann Hamilton sharing a secret.|
|For some like Brian Roberts, Shanin Specter, and Steve Burke, the gala was a place to do business.|
|The nicest father-daughter duo in the city-Lindy and Ed Snider|
|David and Dorothy Binswanger|
|Oscar winner Christina Lurie|