Tuesday, September 12, 2006

12 years of Archeworks, Learning from North Lawndale among late entries to September architectural calendar

Several intriguing events have been added to Repeat's September architectural calendar. Going head to head on the evening of Wednesday the 20th is Convention Challenged: 12 Years of Archeworks, a reception marking the publication of a new book capturing the history and works of the alternative design school founded in 1993 by Stanley Tigerman and Eva Maddox. At the Chicago Architectural Foundation, there's the opening reception for the exhibition Learning from North Lawndale, which shares its name and content from the Chicago Architectural Club's 2006 Burnham Club Competition, whose winner will be announced at CAF on that evening.

Elsewhere, SEPAC, the political action committee of the Structural Engineers Association of Illinois, will be hosting a cocktail party at the Columbia Yacht club on Thursday, the 21st, Charles Waldheim (Landscape Urbanism) and Robert Bruegmann will be speaking on, respectively, landscape urbanism and waterfront infrastructure at a Chicago Architectural Club event at the iSpace gallery on Wednesday the 27th.

Check out the details on these events and the full September calendar here.

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