Yeah, I know we were just here yesterday, but now we've got two more great events added to the February calendar:
The iSpace Gallery on Franklin is dead (moment of silence), so the Chicago Architectural Club is moving it's Tuesday, February 23rd event, Tristan d’Estree Sterk and Douglas Pancoast - The Quiet War: Architecture and Digital Technologies, to the Flatiron Building at Milwaukee, Damen and North. "Long ago a quiet war sent the deepest core of western beliefs into battle with the natural world." Has a sort of Lord of the Rings ring to it, no? Will there be droids? Reception at 6:00 p.m, program at 6:30.
Two nights later -Thursday, February 25th, 6:00 p.m., reception, 7:00 p.m, program, at the historic Second Presbyterian Church on south Michigan, art historian Ruth D. Nelson will lecture on Money Was No Object: The Tiffany Mosaics of Chicago's Marquette Building, mosaics which depict the story of 17th century French missionary explorer Pere Marquette in the lobby of the classic Holabird and Roche building named after him.
Check out the over fifty great events on the February calendar here.
One more event which doesn't fit on the calendar, but is important nonetheless, this Thursday, February 11th, the U of C's Arnold Randall and 5th ward Alderman Leslie Hairston has set up a community meeting to present possible design features and sites for an expansion of the university's Laboratory Schools. 6:30 p.m., in the Laboratory Schools' Large Group Room, 126 Judd Hall, entrance through double doors on Kimbark, just north of 59th street.