Avant-garde pop artist Andy Warhol's studio, the Factory, was the epicenter of New York City's cutting-edge art scene in the 1960s. Here he presided over a revolving door of artists, socialites and hipsters. But what exactly occurred there?
Find out from author, playwright and one of Warhol's "Superstars," Robert Heide, who will discuss the evolution, impact and hidden stories of the Factory through the lens of artists and scholars.
Includes a cocktail reception and self-guided tour of Seeing America.