Drexel’s Department of Architecture and Interiors is looking for a qualified person to teach the middle section of our three term series on the history of world architecture this coming summer. The material covered during this term is largely Western architecture from the early Middle Ages through the spread of the Renaissance. If interested, please contact Mark Brack (email@example.com)
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Wednesday, February 4, 2015 (snow date Feb. 11) at 6:00 p.m. The Athenaeum of Philadelphia, 219 S. 6th Street
Curator of Architecture Bruce Laverty will compare the 19th century competition to design the Athenaeum’s current building with the conceptual Looking Forward: Re-Imagining The Athenaeum of Philadelphia competition, the results of which make up the current exhibition at the Athenaeum. For gallery hours and more information about Looking Forward visit www.philaathenaeum.org/current.html
Co-Sponsored by ICAA Philadelphia and Philadelphia SAH. ICAA, SAH and Athenaeum Members Free. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-925-2688. All Others $10.00, online payments at www.philaathenaeum.org/programs.html
Chicago at the Global Crossroads
The SAH 68th Annual Conference
As the SAH marks its 75th anniversary, it is indeed fitting that they gather in the hometown of the Society’s headquarters in Chicago, a city situated at the global crossroads. Strategically located between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River Valley system, Chicago grew rapidly with westward expansion after the 1803 acquisition of the Louisiana Territory. Becoming a major railway hub of the continental U.S. in the second half of the nineteenth century and international airway hub in the twentieth century, Chicago has always been closely connected to major currents in architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design.
For the 2015 Conference, SAH has sought to curate a balance between paper sessions and a direct experience of the dynamism of Chicago through evening events and tours.
This month we launched our new web site! Visit our Chapter Program page to see what we have planned or review past programs. Keep your eye on our News and Events of Interest page information of interest on the region’s architecture and design.
Please send info, questions and comments to email@example.com
Thanks to John Cooper, our webmaster, for the initial design and upload.