Modernism and the Philadelphia School

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Thursday April 02

6:00 PM  –  8:00 PM

Watch ONLINE via ZOOM from the safety and comfort of your home. A link with instructions will be provided one hour prior to this virtual lecture.

In the 1960s, journalists identified a so-called 'Philadelphia School' - a group of talented architects who were not operating within the conventions of the International Style of architecture that grew out of Europe.  Alan Greenberger, FAIA and Drexel University Distinguished Teaching Professor and Lindy Fellow, will focus on the key members of the Philadelphia School and explain how their work has influenced subsequent generations of architects active in contemporary Philadelphia.

$20 | General Admission

$15 | Alliance Member - sign in first (button in upper right) to automatically receive discount [Discount will be applied at checkout once you have added a ticket(s) to the cart.]

$10 | College Student*

Free | High School Student*

*Email photo of valid student ID to Susan Matyas at susan@preservationalliance.com to receive student discount code.

View speaker schedule at www.preservationalliance.com/building-philadelphia-2020.

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