Monday, February 04, 2013

Lohan on Mies, Sambunaris' Taxonomy, Democracy and the Built Environment, Prentice v. Commission again - more for February

It's only the first Monday in the month and already have half a dozen new items on the February Calendar of Chicago Architectural Events.

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For Tuesday, the 26th, we've added an intriguing new event, Democracy and the Built Environment, with Peter Onuf and Marshall Brown, at the Koolhaas McCormick Campus Center at IIT , while on  Wednesday the 12th, Dirk Lohan lectures on his grandfather in Mies van der Rohe's Legacy and the Chicago Skyline, at the Block Museum  in Evanston, the same day the Chicago ACE Mentor Program has its benefit lunch at the Chicago Hilton.

This Thursday, the 7th, Victoria Sambunaris lectures the Museum of Contemporary Photography, currently showing her exhibition, Taxonomy of a Landscape . . .

Sambunaris will also be offering a gallery walkthrough of the exhibition lunchtime on the 12th.

Coming up this week, SEAOI looks at the Wells Street Bridge Reconstruction on Tuesday the 5th, the same day Martha Schwartz is at Fullerton Hall for the School of the Art Institute, and the Chicago Center for Green Technology looks at Chicago's Sustainable Streets Program.

On Wednesday, Joshua Freedland of Wiss, Janney, Elstner discusses Engineering of the Washington Monument lunchtime at CAF.  On Thursday, the folks at Forgotten Chicago talk about their amazing website at the Cultural Center for Friends of Downtown,  the Chicago History Museum has a program on the late Crosstown Expressway and, but far from least . . .
 . . . the Commission on Chicago Landmarks takes up Bertrand Goldberg's Prentice Hospital - again - at their monthly meeting, in the County Board Room, 5th floor of the County Building, 118 N. Clark, 12:45 p.m.  Come by to support Prentice, or just take in the show

Check all the nearly 50 great items still to come on February Calendar of Chicago Architectural Events.

1 comment:

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