Monday, October 01, 2007

Lagrange, Rubio, Tsien, Zago, Kipnis, Celebrating George Danforth, TIF's, Olympics,Remnants of the "L" - over 50 events on October Calendar

If you're bored this month, you've got a real problem. There are over 50 events on the October Architectural calendar.

Lucien Lagrange and Thomas Phifer at CAF, Elva Rubio at Archeworks, Billie Tsien at IIT, where there's also a panel remembering the great George Danforth. There's Andrew Zago and Jeffry Kipnis at UIC, the 3rd ward's Pat Dowell discussing the alderman's role in city planning for Women in Planning and Development, Designing an Olympic Bid at Chicago Women in Architecture, two major benefits/award programs - for the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, and AIA Chicago's Designight.

Mary Pattillo discussing her new book Black on the Block: The Politics of Race and Class in the City, at CAF, where later in the day there's a panel on China and the Crisis Infrastructure. Engineers discuss the CTA superstation at SEAOI's monthly dinner meeting. Sadhu Johnston, John Ronan, Sarah Dunn and Helen Kessler at Chicago Humanities Festival events. Rachel Weber discusses TIF's at APA Chicago. DeStefano+Parters Scott Sarver and Avi Lothan discussing current work for Friends of Downtown at the Cultural Center. Graham Garfield on lost remnants of the historic Chicago "L". Plus a full roster of programs at the Chicago Center of Green Technology.

And, as they say, much, much more. Check it all out and start placing reminders in your calendar here.

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