So, yes, we're trying to set a record. The March 2012 Calendar of Chicago Architectural Events
is still not complete - but it's getting close.
This week, we've got EMA's
's) Edward Mitchell
today, Monday the 12th at UIC
, Redesigning Logan Square
at AIA Chicago
and John Edel
at Access Living
, tomorrow, Tuesday, the 12th.
On Wednesday, the 13th, the Metropolitan Planning Council
has a lunchtime session on Making Fun and Functional Transit Centers
, while over at CAF
it's museum director Louise Lincoln
Associates architect Jeffry P. Mason
serving up the new DePaul Art Museum
on the menu.
Thursday the 14th is logjam day, with CNU Illinois
offering up an all-day conference with three separate workshops on the subject of Redefining Convenience
, Landmarks Illinois
goes on Strike!
with a lunchtime lecture at the Cultural Center
on the topic of Chicago's early commercial bowling and billiard halls (please: no wagering), while at 6:00 p.m. at the Art Institute
, Barbara Barletta
ponders The Parthenon--How Innovative Is It
?, and also at 6:00 p.m. at the Columbus Auditorium
of the School of the Art Institute
, there's an appearance by Berlin-based designer and conceptual artist Jerszy Seymour
On Friday, Carlos Leite's lecture on Sao Paolo Sustainability Indicators has been cancelled, but author Megan Born
will be talking about and signing copies of her new book, Dirt
at the Graham Foundation.
No, it's not a consideration of the journalistic proclivities of Rupert Murdoch, but "a selection of works that share dirty attitudes: essays, interviews, excavations, and projects that view dirt not as filth but as a medium, a metaphor, a material, a process, a design tool, a narrative, a system."
We're still filling it out, but there are already nearly three dozen events to check out on the March 2012 Calendar of Chicago Architectural Events
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